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Archived Cognition/Perception Seminars & Behavioural Neuroscience 2004-2005

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

Unless otherwise noted, Behavioural Neuroscience seminars are held on Friday at 12:30, Psychology Building, Room 316.

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September 17, 2004

Dr. Heather Read - BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE SERIES
University of Connecticut

TIME: 1:30
ROOM: 204

TITLE:
Functional and anatomical evidence for dual auditory processing strategies in thalamo-cortical circuits


September 24, 2004

Data Blitz


October 1, 2004

Matt Collins - COGNITION/PERCEPTION SERIES
McMaster University

The Effects of Structural and Lexical Priming on Proofreading


October 8, 2004

Nikki Woods - COGNITION/PERCEPTION SERIES
McMaster University

The value of basic science in medical education


October 22, 2004

Jessica Phillips-Silver
McMaster University


Investigations of rhythm as a multimodal experience.

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October 28, 2004 - SPECIAL SEMINAR

Dr. Nathan Weisz
University of Konstanz

Where: PC-311
Time: 3:00 PM

Out of tune: How is the brain tuned to tinnitus.
October 29 , 2004

Julie Desjardins
McMaster University

Successful females and underachieving males: Sex differences in hormones and behaviour.

November 5, 2004

Jesse Husk
McMaster University


Face discrimination: The effect of information spread.

November 12, 2004

Alicia Collejas
Universidad de Granada/U. of Waterloo

A web-based descriptive study of grapheme-colour synaesthesia
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November 19, 2004

PSYCHONOMICS - No Talk


November 26, 2004

Phil Cooper
McMaster University

The influence of experience on judgments of attractiveness

December 3, 2004

Dr. Lorraine Allan
McMaster University

Psychophysics of causality: Detecting contingencies is like detecting signals

January 7, 2005

Dr. Tom Carr
Michigan State University


Brain imaging in the study of language.
January 14, 2005

Carl Gaspar - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


The Spatial-Frequency Tuning of Upright & Inverted Face Identification


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January 21, 2005

Patrick Byrne - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Modelling spatial cognition:  The parietal window hypothesis.


January 28, 2005

Lisa Betts - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Age-related changes in visual motion processing


February 4 , 2005

Pat Barclay - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Cooperation, Altruistic Punishment, and Reputation: Recent Work From Evolutionary Game Theory


February 11 , 2005

L.O.V.E. CONFERENCE
Niagara Falls
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February 18 , 2005

Andrew Clark - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University

Cues of receptivity affect judgments of attractiveness


February 25 , 2005

Matt Crump - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Stimulus-driven control: Can response-conflict control its own resolution?

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March 4 , 2005

Ellen Gong - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Emergent Literacy



March 4 , 2005 - SPECIAL SEMINAR

Dr. Dan Goldreich
Department of Occupational Therapy - Rangos School of Health Sciences,
Duquesne University

Tapping visual cortex for non-visual perception: Tactile acuity in vision and blindness.

Time: 10:30 AM
Psychology Building Room 311


March 11 , 2005

Jim Lyons, Department of Kinesiology- COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


Visuo-spatial translation in the acquisition of complex motor skills: Evidence from laparoscopic surgery.


March 18 , 2005

Aimee Skye - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McMaster University


We are in the business of understanding people, aren't we?


March 25 , 2005

GOOD FRIDAY - NO TALK

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April 1 , 2005

Jim Nikelski - COGNITION/PERCEPTION
McGill University


Auditory Semantic Priming Substrates: A Comparative Study of Associative and Semantic Priming
        

May 16, 2005

Marc JM. Macé, PhD candidate,
CERCO, Toulouse, France


TIME: 3:00 PM
ROOM: 335

Object recognition: what is the magnocellular pathway good for?


June 10, 2005 - BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE SERIES

Mounya Elhilali (Postdoctoral Fellow with Shihab Shamma)
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Maryland

TIME: 3:00 PM
ROOM: 237

Computational auditory scene analysis: A cortical approach


June 20, 2005 - BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE SERIES

Hugo Spiers (Postdoctoral Fellow with Eleanor Maguire)
Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience
University College London

TIME: 11:00 AM
ROOM: 237

An In-depth fMRI study of the Dynamics of Navigation

 




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