Department of Psychology, McMaster University
2002/2003 Behavioural Neuroscience & Cognition/Perception Seminar Series

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINARS ARE AT 3:00 PM IN ROOM 237 OF THE PSYCHOLOGY BLDG.

BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE SEMINARS ARE AT 12:00 IN ROOM 316 OF THE PSYCHOLOGY BLDG.

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COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

September 20, 2002

Dr. Sue Becker

McMaster University

Is cognitive control an uncontrolled process? Insights and confusions from models and memory experiments.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

September 27, 2002

Dr. Eric Richards

McMaster University

Feature and object based processing.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

October 4, 2002

Dr. Jim Boster

University of Connecticut

How domain-general are evolved domain-specific modules for biological pattern recognition?

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

October 11, 2002

Mr. Carl Gaspar

McMaster University

How do Inversion and Contrast-Reversal Limit Face
Recognition?

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

October 18, 2002

Dr. Marc Joanisse

University of Western Ontario

Phonology, semantics and the past tense: Evidence from impaired populations, connectionist models, and functional imaging.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

October 25, 2002

Dr. Bruce Milliken

McMaster University, Department of Psychology

Prior experience as an attentional control tool.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

November 1, 2002

Dr. Alison Chasteen

University of Toronto

The social context of aging and memory.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

November 8, 2002

Dr. Rueven Dukas

McMaster University

Causes & consequences of limited attention - an evolutionary approach.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

November 15, 2002

Mr. Rick LeGrand

McMaster University

Facing up to the problem: Impairment in face processing following early visual deprivation.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

November 29, 2002

Ken McRae

University of Western Ontario

How chipmunks, cherries, chisels, cheese, and cellos are structured, computed, and impaired in the mind and brain.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

January 10, 2003

Chan Kulatunga-Moruz

McMaster University

After the learning is over: Coordination of diagnostic roles and specific similarity in clinical diagnosis.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

January 17, 2003

Lana Trick

University of Guelph

Paying attention behind the wheel: A framework for studying the role of attention in driving.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

January 24, 2003

Lisa DeBruine

McMaster University

Effects of facial resemblance on behaviour and attributions.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

January 31, 2003

Jane Dywan

Brock University

How older (and younger) brains keep track of what they're doing: ERPs, attention, and the monitoring of error.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

February 7, 2003

Damian Jankowicz

McMaster University

Organization of conceptual knowledge: Modelling category-specific deficits using topographic, corpus-derived representations.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

February 14, 2003

Susanne Ferber

University of Toronto

"POSTPONED"

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

L.O.V.E. Conference

February 21, 2003

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

February 28, 2003

Doug Crawford

York University

Neural mechanisms for updating visual space during reaching movements.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR
March 7, 2003
Steve Joordens
&
Marty Niewladomski

University of Toronto

Using a Mirror to Reflect on Memory

Recollection begets recollection: The importance of a supportive context

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

March 14, 2003

Melissa Rutherford

McMaster University

Who put the "perception" in "social perception"?

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

March 21, 2003

Adriane Seiffert

Princeton University

Linking Space and Time into Experience:
Attentional Tracking for Motion Perception

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

March 28, 2003

Jason Tangen

McMaster University

The Role of Expectation on Judgements of Causality.

COGNITION/PERCEPTION SEMINAR

April 4, 2003

Stefan Kohler

University of Western Ontario

Using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to probe the neural basis of human memory

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

For your interest: Seminar Series for 2000-2001
For your interest: Seminar Series for 2001-2002