Researcher: Ignacio Obeso, Ph.D. / CINAC - HM Puerta del Sur
Summary: The aim of our projects is to understand the behavioral and neural mechanisms used to learn how humans establish adaptive behaviour in changing contexts. More specifically, we want to decipher how stopping abilities are initially learned and later executed under automatic control. We use task-related fMRI, brain stimulation and clinical models to test our predictions in laboratory settings as well as online home-based paradigms.
Possible collaborations: computational scientist
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