Workshop: NIMH Workshop on Naturalistic Stimuli and Individual Differences

The Center for Multimodal Neuroimaging is thrilled to announce the upcoming workshop on Naturalistic Stimuli and Individual Differences with a range of extramural and intramural speakers presenting cutting-edge work. The workshop seeks to (1) bring together top scientists using naturalistic stimuli and/or the study of individual differences in neuroimaging; (2) showcase theoretical, methodological, and analytical advances in these areas of research; and (3) serve as a catalyst for collaborations between presenters, biomedical NIH researchers, and experts from around the world.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the workshop will feature virtual presentations and roundtables in a unique format open to the public. Presentations will be available to stream on-demand starting August 1, 2021. Attendees will be able to view the presentations in their own time, and submit questions to speakers through an online portal. In September, the speakers will again virtually reconvene for a round-table discussion to address some of the attendee questions as well as discuss larger questions in the field moving forward.

More information & registration here.

In case you haven’t tuned in already, you can watch the even stream here: NIH VideoCast - NIMH Workshop on Naturalistic Stimuli and Individual Differences

You can also jump to individual talks using these links:
Chris Baldassano
Elizabeth DuPre
Janice Chen
Gang Chen
Emily Finn
Javier Gonzalez-Castillo
Jeremey Manning
Carolyn Parkinson
Elizabeth Redcay
Monica Rosenberg
Tammy Vanderwal
Uri Hasson

Don’t forget to jump on the discussion board: