19 February 2016

Bayesian Models of Human Multi-Sensory Perception

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SCI's Biotechnology Group in partnership with the University of Westminster

University of Westminster

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Synopsis
The human brain has to process an astonishing amount of information from multiple senses - Bayesian statistical models have been very successful in describing human behaviour (as well as neural recordings in animals) for multi sensory perception - implying that the human brain approximates statistical optimal interference.
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Day 1 - 19th February 2016

Event Schedule
13:00
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University of Westminster

School of Life Sciences
115 New Cavendish Street
London W1W 6UW


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Speaker

Dr Ulrik Beierholm, Department of Psychology, University of Durham