Narratives & Naturalistic Contexts
In 2018 we explored narratives and natural contexts focusing on analyses, experiments, and models that capture the rich spatiotemporal structure of the “real world.” There has been renewed interest in moving the study of neural and psychological processes from highly controlled laboratory studies to more naturalistic contexts. However, this requires developing new methods to develop experiments and analyze data. We are excited to incorporate some of the latest theoretical, methodological, and experimental advances that are advancing progress towards this goal. Our program will feature a mix of expertise at a broad range of spatiotemporal scales and domains (e.g. behavioral, cognitive, social; circuit, whole-brain, and social networks; etc.).
Claire Chang, Vassiki Chauhan, Robert Chavez, Hung-Tu Chen, Andy Chen, Damien Crone, Josh Davis, Halle Dimsdale-Zucker, Thomas Donoghue, Justin Drake Shin, Andy Dykstra, Emily Finn, Linda Geerligs, Ariel Goldstein, Jarrod Hicks, Hongmi Lee, Feilong Ma, David Maisson, Judith Mildner, Nils Nyberg, Temidayo Orederu, Lucy Owen, Prateekshit Pandey, Kumar Pankaj Gupta, Athula Pudhiyidath, Angela Radulescu, Touran Rahimi-Moghaddam, Shawn Rhoads, Megan Speer, Mark Straccia, Emma Templeton, Weizhen Xie, Asieh Zadbood