Big Data. Little Brains. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Creation Date: Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018

UNC Chapel Hill, in association with The Flux Society, is hosting a ground-breaking conference highlighting research using large, representative, or publicly available datasets to investigate developmental cognitive neuroscience.

It will address emerging possibility of using these resources to ask questions about brain development that have historically been impossible to address with the smaller, cross-sectional samples

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