报告人： Gregory A. Miller, Ph.D.
时间： 2017-09-07 13:00 - 15:00
地点： Room 1113, Wang Kezhen Building
Given the enormous research literature on schizophrenia, there is remarkably little understanding of its psychological and biological mechanisms. Progress has been made via MEG and EEG neuroimaging studies in identifying a brain circuit involved in an auditory sensory gating abnormality, and recent promising work has provided evidence that sensory and cognitive training can normalize that circuit. In addition, appropriate training can improve a deficit in facial affect recognition, with specific normalization of brain oscillatory activity. Our latest work suggests a mechanism of disrupted interregional oscillatory communication in schizophrenia that may be amenable to such training.
Gregory A. Miller, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology
Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Member, Brain Research Institute
Host: Prof. Fang Fang