Jennifer M. Groh

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Jennifer Groh psychology and neurosciences faculty studio headshot

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Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Department of Neurobiology, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke University, USA


Sensory and Motor Systems

Title of the talk:
Multiplexing in the Brain.


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Jennifer Groh is interested in neural computation. Her laboratory studies the spatial transformations that facilitate interactions between visual and auditory processing. Her group has discovered that visual-auditory interactions occur much earlier in the brain than previously appreciated. A main thrust of current investigation involves brain representations of multiple simultaneous stimuli and how neural signals fluctuate across time to preserve information about each stimulus.


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