Norman H. Anderson Distinguished Lecture Series Archive 

2017

  • Susan Gelman

    Susan Gelman

    University of Michigan
    How Children Look Beyond the Obvious

2016

  • Josh Tenenbaum

    Josh Tenenbaum

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Reverse-Engineering Common Sense in the Human Mind and Brain

2015

  • Stanislas Dehaene

    Stanislas Dehaene

    Collège de France
    Decoding the Time Course of Conscious and Unconscious Operations

2014

  • Patrick Cavanagh

    Patrick Cavanagh

    Harvard University
    Predictive Position Coding in Vision

2013

  • Robert Bjork

    Robert Bjork

    University of California, Los Angeles
    Forgetting as a Friend of Learning

2012

  • Eric Turkheimer

    Eric Turkheimer

    University of Virginia 
    Behavior Genetics: Understanding Our Own Genes

2011

  • George Loewenstein

    George Loewenstein

    Carnegie Mellon University
    A Psychological Perspective on Conflicts of Interest

2010

  • Morton Gernsbacher

    Morton Gernsbacher

    University of Wisconsin
    Autism and Imitation: Mirror Neurons, Intentionality or Motor Planning?

2009

  • Gary Dell

    Gary Dell

    University of Illinois
    Freudian Slips and Aphasia: Continuity, Integration, and Interaction

2008

  • Robert Rescorla

    Robert Rescorla

    University of Pennsylvania 
    Assessing Changes in Associative Strength

2007

  • John Gottman

    John Gottman

    The Gottman Institute 
    The Mathematics of Relationships

2006

  • Mike Tomasello

    Mike Tomasello

    Duke University 
    Understanding and Sharing Intentions: The Origins if the Cultural Cognition 

 

2005

  • Gerald Clore

    Gerald Clore

    University of Virginia
    Feeling is Believing: Some Cognitive Consequences of Emotion

2004

  • Linda Bartoshuk

    Linda Bartoshuk

    Yale University
    Sensory Variation: Supertasters to Pain. What We Have Learned From Taste 

2003

  • Elizabeth Loftus

    Elizabeth Loftus

    University of California, Irvine
    Grand Illusions of Memory

2002

  • Franz de Waal

    Franz de Waal

    Emory University
    Apes from Venus: Bonobos and Human Social Evolution

2001

  • Klaus Scherer

    Klaus Scherer

    University of Geneva
    Modeling Emotion as a Process of Cognition-Driven Response Organization

2000

  • Saul Sternberg

    Saul Sternberg

    University of Pennsylvania

1999

  • Rochel Gelman

    Rochel Gelman

    Rutgers University
    The Ontogeny of Number Concepts

1998

  • Gordon Bower

    Gordon Bower

    Stanford University