Location: 200B Schermerhorn
Theme: A forum for discussing research on topics of interest in behavioral neuroscience, cognitive and social psychology/neuroscience, ranging from perception, learning, memory and reasoning to social cognition, interpersonal relations, stereotypes, and self-regulation. Open to graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty.
Contact: Please send comments or questions to Matthew Bailey, Rebecca Mohr and Jenny Porter.
9/9/2013 Hakwan Lau, Columbia University
"Neural Basis for Sensory (and Memory) Cognition"
9/16/2013 Tory Higgins, Columbia University
"Sharing is Believing: What It Means to Be Human"
9/23/2013 Asif Ghazanfar, Princeton University
"The evolution of human cooperative communication"
9/30/2013 Herb Terrace, Columbia University
"Becoming Human, Why two minds are better than one"
10/7/2013 Robert Remez, Barnard College
"Foundations and Subsidence"
10/14/2013 Janet Metcalfe, Columbia University
"'Knowing' that the self is the agent"
10/21/2013 Chris Crew, Columbia University
"The Behavioral and Neural Effects of Rejection Sensitivity on
Attention and Memory"
10/28/2013 Rahia Mashoodh, Columbia University
"Epigenetics and the origins of paternal effects on
11/4/2013 Kerri Johnson, UCLA
"Categorization at the Crossroads: Mechanisms by which
Intersecting Identities Alter Social Perception"
11/11/2013 Mike North, Columbia University
"Act Your (Old) Age:
Prescriptive, Ageist Biases Over
Succession, Consumption, and Identity"
11/18/2013 Frances Champagne, Columbia University
"Shaping the Epigenetic Landscape"
11/25/2013 Ai Koizumi, Columbia University
"Individual Differences in Metacognitive Awareness and Cognitive Control"
12/2/2013 First-Year Talks
12/9/2013 First-Year Talks
1/27/2014 Rae Silver, Columbia University
2/3/2014 Bruce Doré, Columbia University
"Choosing to Regulate Emotion: Causal basis and functional impact"
2/10/2014 Eiman Azim, Columbia University Medical Center
"Internal Copy Circuits for Skilled Movement"
2/17/2014 Greg Jensen, Columbia University
"Compositions: Modeling the dynamics of repeated choice"
2/24/2014 Mark Hatzenbuehler, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
"Structural Stigma and the Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Populations"
3/3/2014 Emily Falk, The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
"Neural Predictors of Social Influence and Behavior Change: Linking social neuroscience data with health and policy-relevant outcomes"
3/10/2014 Travis Riddle, Columbia University
3/17/2014 Spring Break - No Talk
3/24/2014 Yarrow Dunham, Yale University
3/31/2014 Master's Practice Talks
4/7/2014 James Curley, Columbia University
4/14/2014 Master's Talks
4/21/2014 Natalie Brito, Columbia University, RWJ Fellow
"Influence of Bilingualism on Early Cognitive Trajectories"
4/28/2014 Don Hood, Columbia University
“Relating Human Retinal Anatomy to Human Vision:
An example of translational research”
5/5/2014 Jeffrey Craw, Columbia University