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Archived Cognition/Perception Seminars & Behavioural Neuroscience 2003-2004

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Unless otherwise noted, all seminars are held on Friday at 3:00 PM, Psychology Building, Room 335.

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Cognition/Perception Seminars

September 19, 2003

Dr. Scott Watter
McMaster University


Parallel response selection in dual tasks: Doing two things at once is only hard if you try.


September 26, 2003

Dr. Masayoshi Nagai
McMaster University

How do we extrapolate the trajectory of a moving object?: Representational momentum with illusory motion.

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October 3, 2003

Dr. Jody Culham
University of Western Ontario

Dissociations between grasping and perceiving object: Evidence from fMRI on normal subjects and a patient with visual form agnosia


October 17, 2003

Dr. David Shore
McMaster University

Confusing the mind by crossing the hands: Psychophysics, neuropsychology and neuroimaging of body posture.


October 24, 2003

Dr. Karen Arnell
Brock University


Dissociating human attentional processing limitations using event-related potentials.

October 31, 2003

Chris Taylor
McMaster University


Integrating visual information across scale and orientation: New answers to old questions.

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November 7, 2003

NO TALK - PSYCHONOMICS

November 21, 2003

Dr. Scott Adler
York University


Infants' eye movements, visual expectations, and other stuff.

November 28, 2003

Sam Hannah
McMaster University

Processing specificity in categorization: Evidence from error patterns and biasing studies.

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December 5, 2003

Dr. Janet Starkes
McMaster University

RESCHEDULING TO THE NEW YEAR


January 9, 2004

Dr. Tom Beckers
University of Leuven
-Belgium
Visiting professor at State University of New York at Binghamton.

Causal learning in humans and other animals.

January 16, 2004

Dr. Janet Starkes
Department of Kinesiology
McMaster University


The making of an expert: The costs and benefits of expert performance.

January 23, 2004

Judy Plantinga
McMaster University


Are infants relative or absolute pitch processors?

January 30, 2004

Data Blitz
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February 6, 2004

Dr. Guillaume Rousselet
McMaster University


Is there an animal? Limits of parallelism in the fast categorization of natural scenes in humans.

February 13, 2004

L.O.V.E. Conference - Niagara Falls Ontario

February 20, 2004

Fil Cortese
McMaster University


CANCELLED

Rescheduled until April 22, 2004

Music and Brain Development Seminar
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March 5, 2004

Dr. Karin Humphreys
McMaster University


They call them fingers, but I've never seen them fing": Morphological representation in language production


March 12, 2004

Dr. Nick Smith
McMaster University


Things that happen in your head when you listen to Beethoven.

March 19, 2004

Dr. Jonathan Fugelsang
Dartmouth University


Theory and data interactions in complex causal thinking.

March 26, 2004

Dr. Prudence Allen
University of Western Ontario


Recent advances in understanding children's processing of complex sounds - What does performance look like and why?
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April 2, 2004

Dr. Paddy McMullen
Dalhousie University


Aspects of Visual and Semantic Processing in Object Identification


April 9, 2004 - GOOD FRIDAY

Re-scheduled to April 16, 2004

Dr. Roxane Itier
Rotman Research Institute

The development of face recognition processes: an ERP perspective.
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April 22, 2004

Music and Brain Development Seminar


BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR

April 23, 2004


Location: PC-237
Time: 1:30-2:30

Dr. Michael Noseworthy
McMaster University

The Imaging Research Centre (IRC): Current Applications for Brain imaging at 3T
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June 9, 2004

Mike Humphreys
University of Queensland

Location:
PC-335
Time:
2:30-3:30

Recollection and Familiarity: An Associative/Connectionist Perspective


July 26, 2004

Dr. Martin Giese
University Clinic Tubingen, Germany

Location: PC-204
Time: 10:00 am -12:00

Prototype-based representation of human movements in technical and biological systems.


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

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