We're excited to have been selected as organizers of a symposium at the Human Brain Mapping meeting this June. "Collect Your Thoughts: Individual Differences in the Networks Underlying Intelligence," examines how information is brought together to allow the complex, flexible cognition that is fundamental to human intelligence.
I'm excited to be working with a fantastic group of presenters representing four countries and fittingly for International Women's Day, equally representing the genders:
Rhodri Cusack (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) "The Fronto-Parietal Network is Maturely Connected and Influences Developing Behaviour from the First Months."
Rogier Kievit (University of Cambridge, UK) "Watershed Models of Intelligence Through the Lifespan"
Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania, USA) “Charting dynamic interactions between large-scale brain networks in health and disease”
Lorina Naci (Western University, Canada) “The Neural Machinery of Conscious Cognition: Converging Evidence from Anesthesia-Induced Unconsciousness, Severe Brain Injury and Intellectual Prowess.”