Carlos Brody
My lab uses both theoretical and experimental approaches to study cognitive processes. Our principal interests are short-term memory, decision-making, and time perception.
On the theoretical side, we use dynamical systems approaches to describe biophysically-based models of networks of neurons. Our model networks typically have thousands of spiking neurons.
On the experimental side, we train rats to perform psychophysical tasks that involve a cognitive process of interest to us, and then record from them and perform perturbations to test our theoretical models.
This page is under construction. Lab meeting pages (links above) are the most complete.
 Princeton NJ 08544                       brody [at] prince ton [do t] edu
Rat training pages