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    Tel Aviv University neurobiologist is special guest of the Hong Kong Friends
    22 March 2016
    Hong Kong Friends Board member Avi Nagar, Hong Kong Friends Executive Director Michal Mor Shtorch, Dr. Tom Schonberg and Hong Kong Friends Chairperson Sharon Ser

    The Hong Kong Friends hosted TAU's Dr. Tom Schonberg of the Department of Neurobiology and Sagol School of Neuroscience, who gave a lively talk about the neural basis of behavioral change. Over 70 guests enjoyed hearing of Dr. Schonberg's research on his novel behavior-changing method which analyses how humans construct and change their preferences using functional MRI, eye tracking and computational learning models to better understand human mental function.


    The event, held at the Jewish Community Center, was generously sponsored by Sharon Ser, Chairperson of the Hong Kong Friends. 



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