Research Interests
Neurobiology of decision making
How do we decide in everyday life? Good or bad experience after a choice influences future decision through learning.  But how do our brain learn through rewarding and punishing outcomes ? What is ‘rewarding’ good choice? Which goal should be achieved in multiple environmental situations and tasks?  To challenge these questions, I investigate the brain function of decision making by integrating multiple research techniques, including neurophysiology, non-invasive brain activity imaging, cognitive science and computational theory of brain function.
 
Kazuyuki Samejima
Kazuyuki Samejima, PhD
Associate Professor,
 
Tamagawa University
Brain Science Institute
 
Address:
6-1-1 Tamagawa gakuen, Machida, Tokyo 194-8610
Tel:  +81-42-739-8668
Fax: +81-42-739-8663
 
 
Research topics
  1. 1.Neural basis of decision making
  2. 2.Neural coding in cortico-basal ganglia network
  3. 3.Modular and hierarchical organization of learning agent
 
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Links
kazuyuki samejima’s web page
 
kazuyuki samejima’s web page
 
kazuyuki samejima’s web page
 
kazuyuki samejima’s web page