The second day of CNS 2019 in San Francisco was action packed with two poster sessions, five symposia on a diverse set of topics, an award lecture, and, of course, lots of good company and food! The symposia covered topics ranging from exercise and casual inference to episodic memory and selective attention. Rounding out the day was Earl K. Miller (MIT) with his George A. Miller Prize in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture on workung memory 2.0 — on a growing body of work on the rhythmic nature of our working memory. Check out our full photo album of the day here on Facebook and check out our Twitter coverage here.
“Anatomy isn’t destiny in the brain, it’s possibility” –@MillerLabMIT #CNS2019 pic.twitter.com/Uqh9rG4Jiv
— CNS News (@CogNeuroNews) March 24, 2019
-Lisa M.P. Munoz
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