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Donders Lectures

In the Donders lecture series on cognitive neuroscience outstanding researchers in the field of brain and cognition present their work and ideas to a broad audience of scholars with a diversity of backgrounds, ranging from neuroscience to psychology and linguistics. If you want to keep informed on the Donders Lectures in 2013 please register here.

Donders Lectures 2013

The Donders Lectures take place on the campus of the Radboud University: Linnaeus Building , Heyendaalseweg 137, Nijmegen and start at 4.00 pm.

Dora Angelaki (28 March)
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Optimal integration of sensory evidence: Building blocks and canonical computations

Jeffrey Binder (25 April)
Medical College of Wisconsin
Semantic cognition and the human angular gyrus

Anthony Wagner (5 September)
Stanford University
The cognitive neuroscience of remembering

Susan Gathercole (3 October)
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK
Working memory and its' disorders: causes, consequences and treatment

Rainer Goebel (28 November)
University of Maastricht
Decoding fMRI brain activity patterns in real-time: from basic research to clinical applications and back

For a campus map of the lecture location, click here. (pdf, 786 kB)