2015 McGovern Symposium: Richard Mooney

In this video, Richard Mooney of Duke University delivers his lecture, “Motor-Auditory Interactions in Mice and Songbirds” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium on April 27, 2015.

Theories of motor control have advanced the idea that the brain uses internal models to generate reliable motor commands and predict the sensory consequences of those commands. At this symposium, ten speakers explored the recent advances in the study of internal models in perception, cognition and action, and discussed the extent to which they reveal the common computational principles across neural circuits and behaviors.