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Cognition/Perception Seminars
Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour (PNB) 2007-2008


Unless otherwise noted, Cognition/Perception seminars are held on Friday at 3:00 PM, Room PC/335

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Sept 7, 2007

Sept 14, 2007
Dr. Jonathan Oler, University of Wisconsin - Madison
     What are you looking at? fMRI correlates of emotion regulation and face processing in adolescents.

Sept 21, 2007
Karin Humphreys
      Doomed to repeat your mistakes:  Error learning in language production

Oct 12, 2007
Jennifer Heisz, McMaster University
     Who are you?  Person learning modifies face processing

 Oct 19, 2007
Dr. Jennifer Ryan, Rotman Research Institute
     The influence of memory on processing and, perhaps, perception

Oct 26, 2007
Molly Pottruff , McMaster University
     Game, Set and Match:  The Role of Implicit and Explicit Attention in a Novel Card Game

Nov 2, 2007
Meredith Young, McMaster University
     Aging and decision-making: from medicine to psychology and back again

Nov 9, 2007
Ian Spence, University of Toronto
     Sex, lies and video games

Nov 23, 2007
Jason Tangen, University of Queensland
     Data distortion in human covariation assessment: Variability,  similarity, and negative relationships

Nov 30, 2007
Ayesha Khan, McMaster University
     Influence of environmental factors on sexual development in female mice

Jan 18, 2008
Zahra Hussein, McMaster University
     Perceptual learning of faces and textures.

Jan 25, 2008
Jeff Nicol, McMaster University
     The whole really is greater than the sum of the parts: Effects of attention and grouping on temporal      perception.

Feb 8, 2008
Ron Hoy, Cornell University

Sukhvinder Obhi, Wilfrid Laurier
     Actions, Causes and Consequences

Mar 28, 2008
Meredith Young, McMaster University
     Clinical Reasoning: the role of specific previous experience and the importance of context.


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