Connections for cognition: A cognitive neurocomputational perspective on human flexibility

01 January 2017 → 31 October 2022
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Artificial intelligence
  • Social sciences
    • Animal experimental and comparative psychology
    • Applied psychology
    • Biological and physiological psychology
    • Cognitive science and intelligent systems
    • Developmental psychology and ageing
    • Human experimental psychology
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Neurosciences
    • Neurosciences
    • Neurosciences
working memory cognitive control cognitive neuroscience
Project description

Humans can rapidly and flexibly adapt to task requirements; consider for example the steps we take for executing a novel arithmetic problem. This flexibility is poorly understood, although it is crucial in daily life (e.g., education, traffic, social interaction, …). We address this issue by framing flexibility in a cognitive neurocomputational perspective.