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  • DCCN talk by Clay Holroyd

    DCCN talk by Clay Holroyd

    Why do some mental activities feel harder than others?Current theories propose that cognitive effort affords a computational benefit, such as instigating a switch from an activity with low reward value to a different activity with higher reward value

  • Panayiota Poirazi

    Donders Lecture - Panayiota Poirazi - 5 September

    Dendritic contributions to learning in biological and artificial networks

  • DCCN Colloquium: Tom Verguts

    DCCN Colloquium: Tom Verguts

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  • Donders Advanced (f)MRI Toolkit

    Donders Advanced (f)MRI Toolkit

    This intensive 5-day course will provide an overview of the MR Methods (that can be) used in Cognitive Neuroimaging.

  • Peter Hagoorrt_NAS

    Save-the-Date: Valedictory Lecture prof. Peter Hagoort

    The lecture (in Dutch) is entitled: Berichten uit de bovenkamer

  • On Deafness, Overcoming Deafness, and Capability

    On Deafness, Overcoming Deafness, and Capability

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  • Personalized care management in Parkinson’s disease: One size does not fit all

    Personalized care management in Parkinson’s disease: One size does not fit all

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  • DCCN Colloquium: Bradley Love

    DCCN Colloquium: Bradley Love

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  • Donders Graduate School Introduction day

    Donders Graduate School Introduction day

    The Donders Graduate School organises a bi-annual introduction day for all new PhD candidates of the Donders institute. If you have just started your project and haven't yet attended our Introduction day, please register for the next edition.

  • Donders Discussions

    Donders Discussions

    The Donders Discussions is a two-day neuroscience conference organized by and for PhD candidates and Post-docs to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge between junior researchers within and beyond the Donders Institute.

  • Gait is More than Movement. A Longitudinal Study of Neuromotor Processes Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

    Gait is More than Movement. A Longitudinal Study of Neuromotor Processes Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

    The results of this thesis show less automatized and more predictable movements during treadmill walking in people with knee osteoarthritis compared to healthy controls.

  • Virginie van Wassenhove

    Donders Lecture - Virginie van Wassenhove - 28 November

    Making sense of time (in the brain)

  • DGS - Academic Integrity Day

    DGS - Academic Integrity Day

    Everyone agrees that falsifying and fabricating data is scientific misconduct. However, in practice we sometimes run into a dilemma and may ask ourselves whether we enter the grey zone of academic integrity.