Tag Archives: perception

Subjectivity and molecular brain topology

It has become increasingly recognized that something essential is missing in the traditional interpretation of brain signals if this builds solely on the computer-metaphor (‘the brain as a computer’). In the frame of so-called ‘neural field models’

Seeing the world in three dimensions, fast-but-rough and slow-but-accurate

When we perform a task, there is generally the tradeoff between the time taken to achieve the goal and the quality of the attained result. For example, when we solve a mathematical problem, we can quickly perform

Nursing students’ perceptions of community care

The increase in extramural healthcare leads to a need for more well-educated community nurses. The number of nursing students who see this healthcare field as interesting for their future career, however, is limited. Many students tend to

Perceptual Inference

The common saying goes: seeing is believing. We are accustomed to think that everything in our visual scene is instantly perceived by the brain and recorded like a photograph on paper. In the 19th century a German