Helmholtz Lecture by Marty Woldorff, Duke University: The dynamic relationship between reward and attention
Everyone feel free to join the on-line Helmholtz Lecture by Marty Woldorff, Duke University:
The dynamic relationship between reward and attention
December 11th 2020 at 16:00, Zoom. Please find abstract below.
The cognitive functions of attention and reward processing both play fundamental roles in the successful functioning in our complex world. Although these two cognitive functions have often been studied separately, there has been a growing recognition that they interact extensively and dynamically in everyday life. This talk will summarize some of our recent findings of the dynamic interactive relationship between attention and reward processing in the human brain, and how these interactions modulate and guide cognitive task performance.