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Because the NeuroIS field is still in a relatively early stage of development, it is important that interested researchers have opportunities to learn NeuroIS concepts, including knowledge on human neurobiology and neuroscience tools. Based on a reasonable degree of neuroscience knowledge, academics can develop insight that is necessary to evaluate the potential of neuroscience for specific research areas in the information systems (IS), design science, and computing disciplines, and to choose appropriate tools, methods, and theories. Solid knowledge is indispensable for researchers, reviewers, and journal editors.

Theme of the Training Course 2017:
Getting Started with NeuroIS: Choosing Tools, Methodologies, and Theories

June 12, 2017, 09.00 17.00
Seehotel Schwan, Gmunden, Austria

This course is a pre-event of the Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2017; the retreat starts with a reception and dinner in the evening of June 12.

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