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Brain day: the ABC opening conference

Detail Summary
Date 19 June 2014
Time 10:00 - 17:00


09.30 - 9.45
Coffee and welcome by ABC board

09.45 -10.30        
Rens Bod en Robert van Rooij: Language in interaction
Gilles de Hollander: Large cortical networks in a small subcortical nucleus
Paul Boersma: Modelling linguistic category formation in infants

Key note Bob Turner: MRI as a Tool for Neuroscience - What are the limits?




Frans van Winden: On the development of prosocial and antisocial behavior: model, estimation, and neurobiology
Sanne de Wit: Implementation intentions: can the brain strategically generate instant habits?
Paula Rongaglia-Denissen: Investigating the integration of long-distance dependencies in language and music
On the importance of ABC: Edward de Haan (Dean FMG) and Karen Maex (Dean AFS)


12.35 Food for Brain and Body: posters and lunch 


Steven Scholte: From visual features to object perception
Tobias Donner: Noradrenergic shaping of cortical decision computation
Guido van Wingen: Imaging fear erasure: The neural mechanisms of reconsolidation in humans
Nicole Oei: The Strauss Kahn effect: Unraveling neurobiological mechanisms in the stress-addiction association

15.00 ABC poster award


Tea Break and open for general public (partly in Dutch)


Damiaan Denys: Het brein stimuleert
Presentation 3 Creatieve Geest Prijs nominees: Anouk van Loon, Dilene van Campen, Martijn Wokke

Award of the Creatieve Geest Prijs 2014 by Freek de Jonge