CCNI DEBATES
  These debates are focused on current topics in Neuroscience and are based on a small set of selected and representative speakers. The idea is that each speaker informs the debate with a topical (~30 min) presentation of their own views followed by a moderated discussion. Past debates have successfully explored the topics of mirror neurons or the link between BOLD and neural activity and attracted wide interest within the UK.
  For further information about these events, please contact psychology-admin@glasgow.ac.uk.
NEXT DEBATE
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PAST DEBATES
March 21st 2016
1:00pm
Senate Room, University of Glasgow
BRAIN READING: HOW CAN WE DECRYPT NEURONAL REPRESENTATIONS?
Organiser: Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 19th 2015
1:00pm
Senate Room, University of Glasgow
SPONTANEOUS BRAIN ACTIVITY - SPOOK OR SPIRIT?
Organiser: Christoph Kayser
November 28th 2013
2:00pm
Senate Room, University of Glasgow
STUDIES OF LARGE-SCALE BRAIN NETWORKS - SAVIOR OR HYPE?
Organiser: Christoph Kayser & Stefano Panzeri
October 25th 2012
12:00pm
Varies
THE MEANING OF MIRROR NEURONS
Organiser: Klaus Kessler and Simon Garrod
March 4th 2010
2:00pm
Varies
DOES BOLD fMRI REVEAL PSEUDO NEURONAL ACTIVITY?
Organiser: Lars Muckli
February 2nd 2009
2:00pm
Varies
GAMMA OSCILLATIONS
Organiser: Philippe G. Schyns