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Research Bernoulli Institute Departments Cognitive Modeling

Cognitive Modeling

The Cognitive Modeling Group studies human cognition by creating cognitive models of complex behavior. Cognitive models are, essentially, theories of how people think, implemented in computer simulations. To test these models, their predictions are compared to human data from behavioral and neuroimaging studies. In particular, we are interested in model-based analyses of neuroimaging data, in which a model is used to guide the interpretation of the data.

Cognitive models can be applied in many domains: they can be used as the basis for designing education and training, or they can be used to implement intelligent agents in various more.


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