Department of Psychology, McMaster University
2001 Behavioural Neuroscience & Cognitive Seminar Series

COGNITIVE SEMINARS ARE AT 3:30 PM IN ROOM 316 OF THE PSYCHOLOGY BLDG.

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE SEMINARS ARE AT 12:30 IN ROOM 311 OF THE PSYCHOLOGY BLDG.

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COGNITIVE SEMINAR

January 19th, 2001

Ms. Martha Roberts

University of Waterloo

"When Parallel Processing in Visual Word Recognition is Not Enough: New Evidence From Naming"

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

January 26, 2001

Mr. Mark Fenske

University of Waterloo

"Combining "what" and "where": Studying the "how" and "when" of concurrent top-down and bottom-up influences in attentional processing."

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

February 2, 2001

Dr. Kang Lee

Queen's University

"Face Perception and Memory: Configural and Featural Information Processing"

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

February 9, 2001

Dr. Mike Dixon

University of Waterloo

"Five plus two equals yellow: Perceptual and Conceptual Aspects of Digit-Colour Synaesthesia"

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

February 16, 2001

Dr. Anne Russon

York University 

"Orangutan Cognition: Perspectives from Forest Life"

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

March 9, 2001

Cecile Marczinski

McMaster University

CANCELLED

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE

March 9, 2001

Dr. Elizabeth Quinlan

University of Maryland

"Activity-dependent, bidirectional regulation of glutamatergic synapses in the mammalian cortex in vivo"

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

March 16, 2001

Jason Leboe

McMaster University

"Common Processes of Remembering and Performance: Source monitoring in the Stroop Task”

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

March 23, 2001

Dr. Michael Pratt

York University

"Stories of Hope: Parental Optimism Regarding Adolescents and Some Possible Implications".

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE

March 23, 2001

Dr. Kathryn Murphy

McMaster University

"Neural Correlates of Deprivation Amblyopia".

COGNITIVE SEMINAR

March 30, 2001

Dr. Marcia Barnes

The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

"Not as easy as 1, 2, 3: Number Processing in Children with Spina Bifida"

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE

April 20, 2001

Bin Xu

McMaster University

"Promoting Neuronal Growth in Adult Brain"

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE

April 27, 2001

Dr. Richard Zemel

Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

"Neural Representations of Complex Visual Stimuli"

For further details, contact Wendy Selbie, 905-525-9140 x23027 or psych@mcmaster.ca