Connecting European Neuroscience

Predictive Processing in the developing brain

July 2nd, 2020
Porto, Portugal

Neurophysiology, Developmental Neuroscience, Neuroscience / Cognitive Science

About the Event

Predictive Processing (PP) has been gaining momentum and making progress as a neurobiologically plausible framework for brain function. In the past decade, theoretical and experimental works tried to analyze the developing brain according to this framework, leading to new questions but shedding light on the prospects of considering PP as a promising model of development. This presentation is going to approach what we know about the presence of predictive functioning in development, what new questions arise from this relationship, and the particular efforts being made in the field of emotional face processing highlighting the potential of ERP techniques to tackle these processes. The webinars are free but require previous registration. If you are interested in attending this webinar, please fill out the form:


Prune Mazer
Alameda Prof. Hernâni Monteiro, Porto


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