Adaptive Control of Behaviour: Complex Supervision or Simple Retrieval?

Abstract: Cognitive control is the ability to adjust behaviour to meet task demands under a changing context. Incoming information is suppressed or processed in light of the current goal and the environment. There is an ongoing debate on whether the adaptive control of behaviour is governed by a supervisory mechanism or by retrieval of past events. I will describe our studies and discuss implications to resolving this debate.

Speaker: Dr. Nart Bedin Atalay -- Department of Psychology, TOBB University of Economics and Technology

Date/Time: Friday 5 May 2017, 12:40

Place: METU Graduate School of Informatics,  S0