Daniel Braun, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
MPI for Biological Cybernetics , "MPI for Biological Cybernetics, " 
Area:
Sensorimotor learning, Decision making
Website:
http://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/nc/employee/details/dbraun.html#=0
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Grau-Moya J, Ortega PA, Braun DA. (2016) Decision-Making under Ambiguity Is Modulated by Visual Framing, but Not by Motor vs. Non-Motor Context. Experiments and an Information-Theoretic Ambiguity Model. Plos One. 11: e0153179
Genewein T, Braun DA. (2016) Bio-inspired feedback-circuit implementation of discrete, free energy optimizing, winner-take-all computations. Biological Cybernetics
Gresch M, Braun D, Gujer W. (2016) The role of the flow pattern in wastewater aeration tanks Water Science and Technology. 61: 407-414
Peng Z, Braun DA. (2015) Entropic Movement Complexity Reflects Subjective Creativity Rankings of Visualized Hand Motion Trajectories. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1879
Genewein T, Hez E, Razzaghpanah Z, et al. (2015) Structure Learning in Bayesian Sensorimotor Integration. Plos Computational Biology. 11: e1004369
Ortega PA, Braun DA. (2015) What is epistemic value in free energy models of learning and acting? A bounded rationality perspective. Cognitive Neuroscience. 6: 215-6
Ortega PA, Braun DA. (2015) What is epistemic value in free energy models of learning and acting? A bounded rationality perspective Cognitive Neuroscience
Kümmel J, Braun D, Gibmeier J, et al. (2015) Study on micro texturing of uncoated cemented carbide cutting tools for wear improvement and built-up edge stabilisation Journal of Materials Processing Technology. 215: 62-70
Leibfried F, Grau-Moya J, Braun DA. (2015) Signaling equilibria in sensorimotor interactions Cognition. 141: 73-86
Peng Z, Genewein T, Braun DA. (2014) Assessing randomness and complexity in human motion trajectories through analysis of symbolic sequences. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 168
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