The Neurobiological Basis for the Meaning of Information in Perception

Prof. Walter Freeman

Professor of the Graduate School

Division of Neurobiology
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
University of California, Berkeley
 

Venue: Bhaktivedanta Institute, Juhu Road, Juhu, Mumbai
November 26, 2004

 
About the Speaker

Prof. Walter Freeman is a neuro-biologist who is well known for his measurement and analysis of the EEG of the cortex during goal directed behavior. He has over 200 publications in international journals; among his books are Neurodynamics: an exploration in mesocopic brain dynamics, Reclaiming cognition: the primacy of action, intention and emotion, and How Brains make up their minds. He is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Bhaktivedanta Institute.