Training School 6

September 23th, 2013

 

09:30-10:30

Welcome address by the

Head of the Neuroimaging Centre Magdeburg

10:30-12:00

Tour of Imaging facilities including 7T-High field MRI, MEG, and SPECT/PET

12:00-14:00

Lunch & Poster presentation

14:00-16:00

Guided city tour

 

September 24th, 2013

 

09:00-10:30

Talk:”How the brain processes temporal event information - insights from fMRI and PET-studies”

Tömme Noesselt

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00–12:30

Talk:”Neural oscillations and temporal event structuring in the brain

Virginie van Wassenhove

12:30-13:30

Lunch break (on your own)

13:30-15:00

Training session Preprocessing

Group 1: fMRI (Tömme Noesselt)

Group 2:EEG (Alexandre Gramfort)website

For advanced students: TMS-approaches (Martin Wiener)

15:00-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:00

Training session Preprocessing

Group 1: EEG Group 2:fMRI

18:00 till late

Barbecue

 

September 25th, 2013

 

09:00-10:30

Talk:” How the human brain tracks time: a few insightsPDF image from structural and functional MRI

Domenica Bueti

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Talk:” Spatio-temporal correlates of implicit temporal processing - feature-selective attention and attentional control”

Ariel Schoenfeld/Christian Stoppel

12:30-13:30

Lunch break (on your own)

13:30-15:00

Training session Statistical Analysis

Group 1: fMRI (Johannes Tünnerhof) Group 2:EEG (Christian Merkel)

15:00-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:00

Training session Statistical Analysis

Group 1: EEG Group 2:fMRI

 

September 26th, 2013

 

09:00-10:30

Talk:”Controlling for sensorimotor and cognitive confounds in fMRI studies of timing

Jennifer Coull

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Talk:”Temporal predictions and prediction errors a critical mechanism for multisensory integration”

Uta Noppeney

12:30-13:30

Lunch break (on your own)

13:30-15:00

Training session

Group 1: fMRI – Connectivity Analysis (Johannes Tünnerhof/Uta Noppeney)

Group 2:EEG – Wavelets & Source reconstruction (Alexandre Gramfort)

15:00-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:00

Training session

Group 1:EEG – Wavelets & Source reconstruction

Group 2: fMRI – Connectivity Analysis

19:30-

Dinner

 

September 27th, 2013

 

09:00-10:30

Talk:”Making the case for natural stimulation: examples for inter-subject alignment and dynamics of visual attention”

Michael Hanke

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Talk:”Optimal neural networks for human time perception”

Martin Wiener

12:30-13:30

Lunch break (on your own)

13:30-15:00

Training session Advanced Analyses

Group 1: fMRI (Michael Hanke) Group 2:EEG

15:00-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:00

Training session Advanced Analyses

Group 1: EEG Group 2:fMRI


TRIP – A novel method for measuring the timing of a conscious awareness of intention

Ondřej Bečev1,2, Tomáš Urbánek 3PDF image

1Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, 2Faculty of Informatics and Statistics, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic, 3Institute of Psychology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno, Czech Republic



Another point of view: against Hoerl’s idea of Present

Sara Coelho
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Institute of Molecular Medicine – Faculty of Medicine, Lisbon University, Portugal



Interaction between subitizing, estimation and visual short-term memory

Cutini S.1, Sella F.2, & Zorzi M.1
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1 Department of General Psychology, University of Padova, Italy, 2 Department of Developmental Psychology and Socialization, University of Padova, Italy



Temporal realignment of spatiotemporally distant events

Irune Fernández-Prieto¹ ², Joel Garcia-Morera¹ & Jordi Navarra¹
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¹Parc Sanitari de Sant Joan de Déu, Fundació Sant Joan de Déu, Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona), Spain, ²IR3C. University of Barcelona



Subjective timing of intention to act: Libet’s task revisited from a first-person perspective

Han-Gue Jo1, 2, Marc Wittmann3, Tilmann Lhündrup Borghardt1, Thilo Hinterberger4, and Stefan Schmidt1, 2, *PDF image

1. Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, 2. Institute for Transcultural Health Studies, European University Viadrina, Germany, 3. Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Freiburg, Germany, 4. Research Section of Applied Consciousness Sciences, University Medical Center Regensburg, Germany



Neural correlates of the reproduction of temporal intervals as revealed by MEG and EEG

Tadeusz Kononowicz1, Tilmann H. Sander2, & Hedderik van Rijn1


1Experimental Psychology, University of Groningen,2Physykalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)



Practised time is time practised: Expertise and temporal perception

Andrew J. Latham1,2, Bradley Patten3,4, Lucy L. M. Patston5 and Lynette J. Tippett3,4
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1Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 2Brain and Mind Research Institute, Sydney, Australia, 3School of Psychology, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, 4Centre for Brain Research, Auckland, New Zealand, 5Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand



Effect of emotion engagement on temporal order judgment

Lingyan Wang, Taoxi Yang
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Department of psychology, Peking University



Perceptual latency prolongation of the unattended stimulus contributes to prior entry

Jan Tünnermann1, Anders Petersen2, & Ingrid Scharlau3

1: University of Paderborn, Germany, 2: University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 3: Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany