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);
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
"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
"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
"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"