Psychology Colloquium Series

2015-2016 Colloquium Series

Colloquium are held in the Modern Languages Building, Room 413 @ 3:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

FALL

 

Aug 28

Grad student data blitz  - MODERN LANGUAGES ROOM 311

   

Sep 11

Matthias Mehl, The University of Arizona

The Sounds of Social Life Project: Mobile Sensing with the (Human) EAR

   

Oct 9

Dave Sbarra, The University of Arizona

The Social Determinants of Health: Lessons from the Study of Divorce

   

Oct 23

New Faculty Datablitz: Ruiz, Hamman, Lawrence

John Ruiz: From risk to resilience: the impact of our social lives on physical health

Heidi Hamman: Psychological and behavioral issues across the cancer control spectrum

Erika Lawrence: I didn’t marry you because we fight well

   

Oct 30

New Faculty datablitz: Wilson, Fernandez, Grilli

Fabian Fernandez: A vision for how circadian rhythms shape memory

Matt Grilli: Supporting the Self-Concept with Memory: Insight from Amnesia

Bob Wilson: Information seeking and randomness drive human exploration

   

Nov 6

Vladimir Sloutzky, The Ohio State University

The development of categorization: What can memory tell us about category learning and category representation?

   

SPRING

 

 

Jan 22

 

Mike Yassa, The University of California, Irvine

Hippocampal memory in healthy and pathological states

   

Jan 29

 

 

Psychology Colloquium and UA sleep conference: Keynote in honor of Richard Bootzin

Kenny Litchstein, The University of Alabama

Insomnia Identity

LOCATION CHANGE: ILC 150

   

Feb 19

Greg Siegle, University of Pittsburgh

Depressive rumination: Using neuroscience to develop targeted treatments

   

Mar 4

Varda Shoham Memorial Lecture

Gayla Margolin, The University of Southern California

Family Aggression:  Transmission across Family Systems

   

April 1

Belinda Campos, The University of California, Irvine

Insights for Relationships and Health from Latino and East Asian Cultures

   

April 8

Sonia Bishop, The University of California, Berkeley

“Neurobiological mechanisms linked to altered associative learning in anxiety”

   

April 15

 Yuko Munakata, The University of Colorado, Boulder 

Developing Inhibitory Control

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