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SFB 1280 introduces itself in Neuroforum


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SFB 1280 and Neuroforum

The SFB 1280 introduces itself in the Neuroforum. Onur Güntürkün and Dagmar Timmann-Braun give an insight into the work of the Collaborative Research Center and clarify the question what extinction learning means. Furthermore, the conceptual structure of the SFB 1280, the presentation of the subprojects, the structural framework and the future plans of the SFB 1280 will be discussed.