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Archived Colloquium 2004/2005

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Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia are held on Thursday at 3:00 PM, Psychology Building, Room 155.

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September 9, 2004

Dr. Paul W. Sherman
Cornell University

Evolutionary traps and releases


September 23, 2004

Dr. Bob Harrison
Hospital for Sick Children

Developmental aspects of the auditory system as probed in various animal models and in human studies.

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October 7, 2004

Dr. Daphne Maurer
McMaster University

Staring development in the face: The role of visual experience in the development of face processing


October 21, 2004

Dr. Ron Racine
McMaster University

Long-term potentiation in the hippocampus and neocortex: Complementary memory systems.


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November 4, 2004

Dr. Bill Geisler
University of Texas

Gaze Contingent Displays and the Ideal Searcher


Monday, November 8, 2004 - LYMAN H. HOOKER DISTINGUISHED VISITING PROFESSOR

Dr. William T. Newsome
Stanford University

Time:
3:30 pm
Where:
PC-155
Title:
Decision-making and the neural representation of value

Tuesday, November 9, 2004


Time: 7:30 pm
Where: McMaster University Student Centre - 3rd Floor, CIBC Hall
Title: Seeing the mind's eye

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Time: 10:00 am
Round table discussion
Title: The next big thing in behavioural/cognitive neuroscience




November 25, 2004

Dr. Nikolaus F. Troje
Queen's University

Local and global information in animate motion patterns



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December 2, 2004

Dr. David Sherry
University of Western

Neuroecology


January 6, 2005

Dr. Tom Carr
Michigan State University

Choking under pressure and the organization of task performance:  Can we explain choking, dual-task interference, speed-accuracy tradeoff, stereotype threat, and "Matthew Effects" in reading development with a common set of principles?
January 20, 2005

Dr. John Foxe
Nathan Klein Institute for Psychiatric Research

The Case for a Feedforward Component to Multisensory Convergence during Early Cortical Processing

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February 3, 2005

Dr. Rachel Herz
Brown University

Odor Emotional Conditioning in Humans: Effects on Perception and Behavior

February 17, 2005

TBA


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February 24, 2005

Dr. Eric Fombonne
Montreal Childrens Hospital - McGill

TBA


March 3, 2005

Dr. Tom Seeley
Cornell University

House Hunting by Honey Bees: A study in group decision making


March 15, 2005

Dr. Adele Diamond - BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK
University of British Columbia


LOCATION: MDCL - Room 1105 (Michael DeGroote Centre of Learning)
TIME: 2:30

Interrelations between cognition, perception, and action, between young and old, and between neurochemistry and early childhood education


March 31, 2005

Dr. Robert Sekuler
Brandeis University

Vision leaves its fingerprints on memory: Modeling visual recognition memory.

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April 21, 2005

Dr. Eric Fombonne
Montreal Children's Hospital

The tale of the links between autism and immunizations.


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