Department of Psychology, McMaster University
1999/2000 Millennium Colloquium Series

Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia are held on Thursday at 3:45 PM, Psychology Building, Room 155.
Refreshments are served in the lobby at 3:15 PM prior to the talks.

Remember to press RELOAD for the most updated version of the schedule.
September 30, 1999

Dr. Katherine Wynne-Edwards

Department of Biology, Queen's University

"Physiological causes (and consequences) of biparental care: hormones, heat and H2O in the lives of dwarf hamsters"

October 21, 1999

Dr. Grant Harris1 and Dr. Marnie Rice1,2

1Mental Health Centre, Penetanguishene (Ontario's maximum security psychiatric hospital); 1Dept. of Psychology, Queen's University; 2Psychiatry, McMaster University

"Psychopathy: Extreme mental disorder or viable life strategy?"

November 11, 1999

Dr. Michael Worden

Department of Neurology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 

"fMRI and EEG studies of visuospatial attentional selection in humans"

November 25, 1999

Dr. A. Randal McIntosh

Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Centre, University of Toronto

"Differing neural interactions in learning with and without awareness"

January 27, 2000

Dr. Nora Newcombe

Psychology Department, Temple University, Philadelphia

"Remembering childhood: How much, how and why (or why not)"

February 10, 2000

Dr. Stephen Macknik

Research Fellow in Neurobiology, Hubel Laboratory, Harvard Medical School

"The physiology and perception of visibility and invisibility in the primate visual system"

March 2, 2000

Dr. Bruce McNaughton

Department of Psychology, University of Arizona 

"Hippocampal representational dynamics and the memory indexing theory"

March 9, 2000

Dr. Peter Jusczyk

Department of Psychology, Johns Hopkins University 

"Infants' use of multiple cues to segment words from fluent speech"

March 16, 2000

Dr. Edgar A. DeYoe

BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 2000
Department of Cellular Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin

"Cortical Mechanisms of Visual Attention Studied with fMRI"

March 23, 2000 

Dr. Mariko Hiraiwa-Hasegawa1 and Dr. Toshikazu Hasegawa2

1Shenshu University, Tokyo; 2University of Tokyo

"Homicide in Japan: Human universals and cultural differences"

March 30, 2000

Dr. Kent Berridge

Department of Psychology, University of Michigan 

"Biopsychology of wanting, liking, and addiction"

April 20, 2000

Dr. Thomas H. Carr

Department of Psychology, Michigan State University 

"Knowledge, memory, and expertise-induced amnesia in skilled performance"

For further details, contact Judith M. Shedden, 905-525-9140 x24345 or shedden@mcmaster.ca
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