We are an interdisciplinary laboratory, interested in computational neuroscience and computational cognition. Research in the lab in recent years has primarily revolved around the neural mechanisms and computational principles underlying different types of learning. However, we are easily distracted and study whatever question we find interesting.
NEGATION AND THE BRAIN: Experiments in health and in focal brain disease, and their theoretical implications
Yosef Grodzinsky, Virginia Jaichenco, Isabelle Deschamps, Maria Elina Sanchez, Martin Fochs, Peter Pieperhoff, Yonatan Loewenstein, And Katrin Amunts
Oxford University Press (2020)
A Computational Model of Dyslexics' Perceptual Difficulties as Impaired Inference of Sound Statistics
Jaffe-Dax, S, Raviv O, Loewenstein Y, Ahissar M.