Psychology Colloquium Series

2013-2014 Colloquium Series
 
Colloquium are held in the Psychology Building, Room 306 @ 4:00pm

Cookies & soda will be available before the colloquium.
 
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FALL 2013

Sept 6
Lee Ryan, The University of Arizona
The amazing aging brain:  Maintaining brain health and cognitive functions as we age
 
Oct 11
Shige Oishi, The University of Virginia
Socioecological psychology
 
Nov 1
Mary Peterson, The University of Arizona - CANCELLED
CANCELLED
 
Nov 8
Nachum Ulanovsky, Weizman Institute of Science, Israel
Neural codes for 2-D and 3-D space in the hippocampal formation of bats

Dec 6
Ken Paller, Northwestern University
Hidden Aspects of Human Memory: (2) Unconscious precursors and (b) consolidation during sleep

  

SPRING 2014

Jan 24
David Schnyer, The University of Texas at Austin
The role of attention in cognitive control:  individual differences and plasticity

Jan 31
Greg Miller, UCLA
Endophenotypes, the NIMH RDoC Initiative, and the Role(s) of Neuroscience in Psychopathology Research

Feb 21
Monica Uddin, Wayne State University
Molecular influences on mental illness over the life course

March 7
David Zald, Vanderbilt University
The Emotional Attentional Blink

Apr 4
Katherine Pears, University of Oregon
The Impacts of Early Adversity on Children's Psychosocial and Neurbiological Functioning:  How Can We Effectively Intervene?