COGS 123: Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
Design and analysis of computational simulations of human behavior and brain function. Techniques for modeling active membranes, individual neurons, the dynamics produced by recurrent excitation and lateral inhibition, synaptic plasticity, and the computational role of neurotransmitters. Formal models of perception, attention, learning, memory, language, categorization, and cognitive control.
Prerequisite: (COGS 001 or PSY 001 ) and one upper division COGS course or consent of instructor. Laboratory included.
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