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Archived Cognition/Perception Seminars Psychology & Behavioural Neuroscience 2005-2006

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

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September 9 2005

Dr. Randy Jamieson - POSTPONED

On Structure and Learning


September 16 2005

Jim Lyons
Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University

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


September 23 2005

Jesse Husk
McMaster University


House training: neural correlates of object learning


September 30 2005

Peter Stewart
McMaster University

Ooops... I Did It Again: Congruency, Uncertainty and the Error Related Negativity


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October 7 2005

NO TALK SCHEDULED


October 14 2005

Mayu Nishimura

Learning to see: What leads to expert visual processing?


October 21 2005

Dr. Randy Jamieson - Note New Speaker - Regular Room

On Structure and Learning



October 21 2005 - CANCELLED DUE TO FAMILY REASONS

Dr. Kevin McCabe
George Mason University


Neuroeconomics


October 28 2005

Kelly Dore
McMaster University

What's in a word: The role of prior examples (instantiation) on diagnostic judgement



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November 4 2005

Guillaume Rousselet
McMaster University


EEG dynamics underlying visual ERP to faces and objects


November 11 2005

NO TALK - PSYCHONOMICS


November 18 2005

NO TALK - BRAIN AND MUSIC WORKSHOP

TBA


November 25 2005

CANCELLED
Ranil Sonnandara
McMaster University

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December 2 2005

Julie Desjardins
McMaster University

Sexual conflict in a cooperative world.

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January 13, 2006

Jeff Nicol
McMaster University

Effect of Attention on Temporal Resolution: Within and Across Sensory Modalities


January 27, 2006 - CANCELLED

Heather Poole
McMaster University


Early Word Reading: Effects of a Visible Orthography


February 3, 2006

Jennifer Sutton
University of Western Ontario

Knowing what's where: The development of spatial coding in early childhood



February 10, 2006

L.O.V.E. - no talk scheduled

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February 17, 2006 - SPECIAL COLLOQUIUM

Dr. Christopher Sturdy
University of Alberta - READING - Categorical perception in songbirds

Natural Vocal Categories in Songbird Acoustic Communication: Mechanisms, Models and Mysteries that Remain


Host:   Paul Faure

 


March 3, 2006

George Chan
McMaster University

Understanding our spatial representations: A different perspective on different perspectives


March 10, 2006

Kelly Stiver
McMaster University


Dispersal and Cooperation in Neolamprologus pulcher



March 17, 2006

Dr. Anthony Singhal
University of Western Ontario

FMRI, Kinematic, and ERP Studies of Memory-Guided Hand Actions & Divided Attention



March 24, 2006

Matt Crump
McMaster University


When the mind moves backward in time: Retrospective integration and flexibility during online performance.

March 31, 2006

Paul Szego
McMaster University


It's Alive! (maniacal laugh) The perception of animate motion.

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April 7, 2006

Dr. Eric Richards
McMaster University


Challenging the Aging Visual System


May 2, 2006 - Tuesday - "SPECIAL DAY"

Aapo Hyvarinen
Senior Research Scientist
Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki

SPECIAL TIME: 2 pm
SPECIAL ROOM: 204 (note room change)


May 10, 2006 - Wednesday - "SPECIAL DAY"

Morrie Furman, PhD
Technion IIT, Israel

SPECIAL TIME: 2 pm
SPECIAL ROOM: 204

A Novel Solution to an Old Problem: Invariant Recognition by a Neural Network with Fractal-like Connectivity

 


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July 17,2006 NOTE: Special Day - Monday

When Tempers Flare: Field studies on the neuropeptide modulation of social dynamics in a territorial damselfish."


Dr. Nick Santangelo
Dept. of Neurobiology and Behavior
Cornell University

Date: July 17th 2006
Time:  11:00
Place: Psychology Building Room 316

 




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