Thinking new thoughts: How problems constrain the search for their solutions | The language network is recruited but not required for non-verbal semantic processing | Audiovisual Synchrony Preference and Prefrontal Cortical Activity in Infants

Thinking new thoughts: How problems constrain the search for their solutions | The language network is recruited but not required for non-verbal semantic processing | Audiovisual Synchrony Preference and Prefrontal Cortical Activity in Infants

Add to CalendarAmerica/New_YorkThinking new thoughts: How problems constrain the search for their solutions | The language network is recruited but not required for non-verbal semantic processing | Audiovisual Synchrony Preference and Prefrontal Cortical Activity in Infants2018/11/13 12:00:00 pm2018/11/13 01:00:00 pmMcGovern Seminar Room (46-3189)mgregan@mit.edu
November 13th, 2018
12:00pm - 1:00pm

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