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Sarhas's humble homepage!!!
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A paradigm for studying motor control (and potentially many other things!)
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Our automatic expectations and their relation to processes underlying learning
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We learn many things automatically, this is seen in the assimilation of regularities in our interaction with the world.
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These regularities, and the behaviors they are associated with create a sense of expectation when the situation arises.
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Exploit this mechanism to study learning processes by interupting these expectations and recording brain activities.
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For example, when we use the arrows on the key pad we expect expect the left arrow to move the cursor left and the right arrow
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to move the cursor right.  What if, middle way into the experiment the experimenter swaps the direction of the arrow keys.
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What neural activity will correspond to this interruption and how does it differ from the normal condition.
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Mind body relation explained. (Something the Churchland's might appreciate)
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The old philosophical enquiry into the relation of mind and body can now be re-examined by a multitude of empirical data arising
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from the relation between the neocortex and all the structures involved in creating what we perceive as consciousness and the our reptilian
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brain and all other structures which handle the bodies internal regulations.
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The ago old questions pertaining to the relation between mind and body can now be recast into questions pertaining to the relation
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between the newer cortical brain structures and the older reptilian brain.
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Bring a ruler to work.  Make measurements to build keyboard stand.
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Get mug for pens and pencils.
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Search engines
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http://searchenginewatch.com/showPage.html?page=2167851
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To Do
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blink -> surplus
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mail checks: Matt and Aman
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Grocery Store
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Laundry
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call Dr. office to schedule a chiropractor appt.
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Pay Dad back
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The challenge kickoff

Revision as of 16:28, 15 September 2009

Sarhas's humble homepage!!!

A paradigm for studying motor control (and potentially many other things!) Our automatic expectations and their relation to processes underlying learning We learn many things automatically, this is seen in the assimilation of regularities in our interaction with the world. These regularities, and the behaviors they are associated with create a sense of expectation when the situation arises. Exploit this mechanism to study learning processes by interupting these expectations and recording brain activities. For example, when we use the arrows on the key pad we expect expect the left arrow to move the cursor left and the right arrow to move the cursor right. What if, middle way into the experiment the experimenter swaps the direction of the arrow keys. What neural activity will correspond to this interruption and how does it differ from the normal condition.

Mind body relation explained. (Something the Churchland's might appreciate) The old philosophical enquiry into the relation of mind and body can now be re-examined by a multitude of empirical data arising from the relation between the neocortex and all the structures involved in creating what we perceive as consciousness and the our reptilian brain and all other structures which handle the bodies internal regulations. The ago old questions pertaining to the relation between mind and body can now be recast into questions pertaining to the relation between the newer cortical brain structures and the older reptilian brain.

Bring a ruler to work. Make measurements to build keyboard stand.

Get mug for pens and pencils.

Search engines http://searchenginewatch.com/showPage.html?page=2167851

To Do blink -> surplus mail checks: Matt and Aman Grocery Store Laundry call Dr. office to schedule a chiropractor appt.

Pay Dad back The challenge kickoff

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