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Appendix B Committee Meetings FIRST MEETING, DECEMBER 17-18, 2007, Virtual Reality Applications for Motor Rehabilitation WASHINGTON, D.C. Albert “Skip” Rizzo, Institute of Creative Technologies Neuroscience for Future Army Applications—Human Dynamical Models of Decision Making Dimension Implications James L. McClelland, Stanford University BG Peter Palmer, U.S. Army Capabilities Integration Center Electrophysiological Measures and Cognitive Efficiency Steven A. Hillyard, University of California at San Diego Army Science and Technology Thomas Killion, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army Neuroscience of Cognition Advances and Opportunities (Research and Technology) G. Ron Mangun, University of California at Davis ARL Research in Neuroscience VRPSYCH Lab: Virtual Reality and Neuropsychology Kaleb McDowell, Army Research Laboratory Thomas D. Parsons, Institute of Creative Technologies Medical Research and Materiel Command Research in Neuroscience THIRD MEETING, APRIL 28-29, 2008, Thomas Balkin, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research WASHINGTON, D.C. ARI Overview Brief SECOND MEETING, FEBRUARY 12-13, 2008, Michelle Sams, U.S. Army Research Institute for the IRVINE, CALIFORNIA Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) Decision Under Uncertainty Technology Watch Functional Brain Imaging, ARO MURI Craig Fox, University of California at Los Angeles 2008, Expertise in Online Forums, Basic Research at ARI Joseph Psotka, ARI Affective Decision Making Antoine Bechara, University of Southern California, Selective Instruments for Flight Training College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences Larry Katz, ARI Opportunities Offered by Bayesian Decision Theory Identifying Experts in the Detection of IED Applied to Human Movement Jennifer Murphy, ARI Konrad Kording, Northwestern University Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, Learning in Decision Making: Army Opportunities Critical Military Medical Technologies Nathaniel Daw, New York University Col Carl Friedl, Army Medical Research and Materiel Command The Neuroscience of Virtual Humans Jonathan Gratch, Institute of Creative Technologies 110
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APPENDIX B 111 FOURTH MEETING, JUNE 29-30, 2008, WASHINGTON, D.C. Briefing to NRC Neuroscience Meeting Amy Kruse, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency