Colloquium Archive

  • Eddie Harmon-Jones

    Professor
    School of Psychology
    University of New South Wales

    Talk Title TBD
    May 23, 2017

  • David Brang

    David Brang

    Professor
    School of Psychology
    University of Michigan

    Multisensory Signals Modulate Processing in Unisensory Areas Through Predictive Coding
    May 23, 2017

  • Gail Heyman

    Gail Heyman

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    University of California, San Diego

    Developmental Perspectives on Lying and Cheating
    February 2, 2017

  • Thomas Gilovich

    Thomas Gilovich

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Cornell University

    Enemies of Gratitude
    January 17, 2017

  • Terry Robinson

    Terry Robinson

    Distinguished University Professor
    Department of Psychology
    University of Michigan

    Individual Variation in Resisting Temptation: Implications for Addiction
    November 10, 2016

  • Andrew Shtulman

    Andrew Shtulman

    Associate Professor
    Departments of Psychology, Cognitive Science
    Occidental College

    Conceptual and Epistemic Obstacles to Understanding Science
    October 20, 2016

  • Michael Arbib

    Michael Arbib

    Professor
    Departments of Computer Science, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Neuroscience and Psychology, and the USC Brain Project
    University of Southern California

    The ABLE Project: Action, Brain, Language and Evolution
    April 16, 2015

  • Kang Lee

    Kang Lee

    Distinguished Professor
    Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development
    Dr. Erik Jackman Institute of Child Study
    University of Toronto

    Little Liars: Development of Verbal Deception in Childhood
    December 4, 2014

  • Clifford Saron

    Clifford Saron

    Associated Research Scientist
    Center for Mind and Brain
    University of California, Davis

    Training the Mind, Opening the Heart: Findings from the Longitudinal Study of Intensive Meditation
    November 13, 2014

  • Daniel Oppenheimer

    Daniel Oppenheimer

    Professor
    Department of Marketing & Psychology
    Anderson School of Management
    University of California, Los Angeles

    Cue Weighting
    November 6, 2014

  • David Sobel

    David Sobel

    Professor
    Department of Cognitive, Linguistics, & Psychological Sciences
    Brown University

    Rational Mechanisms for Social Learning and Scientific Reasoning in Young Children
    October 9, 2014

  • Drew Bailey

    Drew Bailey

    Professor
    School of Education
    University of California, Irvine

    Underlying Trait Effects in Children's Mathematical Development: Implications for Understanding Fade-Out of Early Childhood Intervention Effects
    October 30, 2014

  • David Rosenbaum

    David Rosenbaum

    Distinguished Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Pennsylvania State University

    The Cinderella of Psychology
    April 17th, 2014

  • Judith F. Kroll

    Judith F. Kroll

    Distinguished Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Pennsylvania State University

    How the mind and the brain negotiate competition for selection in bilingual speech
    April 24th, 2014

  • Mark Sabbagh

    Mark Sabbagh

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Queens University

    How do preschooler's brains change their minds?
    May 8th, 2014

  • Chris Chambers

    Chris Chambers

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Cardiff University

    How study preregistration can benefit psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
    May 22nd, 2014

  • Michael Gorman

    Michael Gorman

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    UCSD

    Adapting Circadian Clocks for Shift-work and Time-zone Travel
    February 6th, 2014

  • Scott Johnson

    Scott Johnson

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    UCLA

    Constraints on Statistical Learning in Infancy
    November 21st, 2013

  • Manuel Carreiras

    Manuel Carreiras

    Professor
    Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language
    Basque Foundation for Science

    Living in Babel
    October 31st, 2013

  • Michael Morgan

    Michael Morgan

    Professor and Planck Senior Fellow
    Visual Neuroscience Dept
    City University & Institute for Neurological Research, Cologne

    Global Saccadic Adaptation and Lotze's Theory of Visual Direction
    November 7th, 2013

  • Lee Jussim

    Lee Jussim

    Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Rutgers University

    The Political Distortion of Social Psychology: How Questionable Interpretive Practices Lead to Scientifically Unjustified Conclusions & Research interests
    Oct. 10th, 2013

  • Todd Braver

    Todd Braver

    Professor
    Psychology
    Washington University

    Flexible Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Control
    April 18th, 2013

  • Michael Webster

    Michael Webster

    Professor
    Cognitive and Brain Sciences
    University of Nevada, Reno

    Color Inference
    April 25th, 2013

  • Mikael Heimann

    Mikael Heimann

    Professor
    Developmental Psychology
    Linkoping, University of Sweden

    Imitation as a social and cognitive 'measure': What I have learned from infants and children with autism - so far
    May 23th, 2013

  • Ken Norman

    Ken Norman

    Associate Professor
    Psychology
    Princeton University

    Tracking memory retrieval with multivariate pattern analysis
    May 30th, 2013

  • Robert Bjork

    Robert Bjork

    Anderson Colloquium

    Distinguished Research Professor
    Cognitive Psychology
    UCLA

    Forgetting as a friend of learning
    June 6th, 2013

  • Cristine Legare

    Cristine Legare

    Assistant Professor
    Psychology
    UT Austin

    The Imitative Foundations of Cultural Learning
    November 29th, 2012

  • David Whitney

    David Whitney

    Associate Professor
    Psychology
    UC Berkeley

    The Bottleneck Of Conscious Vision
    November 8th, 2012

  • Jenny Crinion

    Jenny Crinion

    Clinical Scientist
    Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
    University College London

    Stimulating Speech: Behavioural, fMRI and tDCS (transcranial direct current stimulation) data from healthy and aphasic stroke subjects
    November 1st, 2012

  • Jennifer Trueblood

    Jennifer Trueblood

    Assistant Professor
    Department of Cognitive Sciences
    University of California, Irvine

    Modeling Human Judgments with Quantum Probability Theory
    October 25, 2012

  • Elliott Hirshman

    Elliott Hirshman

    President, SDSU

    The Cognitive Effects of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in Post-menopausal Women: A 10-Year Odyssey
    September 27th, 2012

  • Ione Fine

    Ione Fine

    Department of Psychology
    University of Washington

    The recruitment of visual motion area MT+ for auditory motion processing in early blind individuals
    April 19th, 2012

  • Jessica Sommerville

    Jessica Sommerville

    Department of Psychology
    University of Washington

    Fairness expectations in infancy: individual differences and developmental change in the second year of life
    April 12th, 2012

  • Robert Levenson

    Robert Levenson

    Professor of Psychology
    Director, Institute of Personal and Social Research
    UC Berkeley

    Neurological models of psychological dysfunction: An idea whose time has come?
    March 15th, 2012

  • Josh McDermott

    Josh McDermott

    Research Associate
    Center for Neural Science and Howard Hughes Institute
    NYU

    Understanding Audition Via Sound Analysis and Synthesis
    March 1, 2012

  • Trevor Robbins

    Trevor Robbins

    Professor of Psychology
    University of Cambridge

    Impulsive-compulsive disorders: Neuropsychological and neurochemical basis
    December 1, 2011

  • Martin Monti

    Martin Monti

    Assistant Professor
    Department of Psychology & Neurosurgery
    UCLA

    Consciousness and Cognition After Severe Brain Injury: fMRI of the Vegetative State
    November 17, 2011

  • Ben Bergen

    Ben Bergen

    Associate Professor
    Department of Cognitive Science
    UCSD

    Does Language Put Mental Simulation in the Driver's Seat
    October 27, 2011

  • Michael Goldstein

    Michael Goldstein

    Associate Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Cornell University

    Emergence of Complex Communications from Simple Interactions:
    Lessons from Songbirds and Human Infants

    October 20, 2011

  • Rick Sander

    Rick Sander

    Professor of Law
    Director, Empirical Research Group
    UCLA School of Law

    The Mismatch Effect and the Consequences of Prop 209
    October 13, 2011