SEMINAR SERIES
  Many of our staff members regularly invite eminent psychologists from other universities or institutions to present the current progress of their research.
  For further information about these events, please contact psychology-admin@glasgow.ac.uk.
SCHEDULED TALKS
Wednesday
November 22nd 2017
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Effects of phonological and lexical processing on speech segmentation
by Dr Johanna Rimmele
Post-Doctoral Fellow
from the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
Invited by Dr Anne Keitel
Friday
November 24th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Does recollection have its own brain network?
by Professor Michael D. Rugg
Distinguished Chair in Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Director, Center for Vital Longevity
from the University of Texas at Dallas
Invited by Dr Monika Harvey
Friday
December 1st 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Introducing Nature Human Behaviour
by Stavroula Kousta
Chief Editor, Nature Human Behaviour
from the Nature Human Behaviour
Friday
January 26th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Professor Matthew Lambon Ralph
Professor
from the University of Manchester
Invited by Professor Lawrence Barsalou
Friday
February 9th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Professor Andrew Przybylski
Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow
from the University of Oxford
Invited by Dr Heather Cleland Woods
Friday
February 16th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Dr Ian Walker
Senior Lecturer in Psychology
from the University of Bath
Invited by Dr Helena Paterson
Friday
February 23rd 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Biased Facial-Emotion Perception in Mental Health Disorders: A Possible Target for Psychological Intervention?
by Professor Ian Penton-Voak
Professor of Evolutionary Psychology
from the University of Bristol
Invited by Professor Benedict Jones
Friday
March 2nd 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Professor Martha Merrow
Professor
from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Invited by Professor Stephany Biello and Dr Maria Gardani
Friday
March 9th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Professor Suzanne Higgs
Professor in the Psychobiology of Appetite
from the University of Birmingham
Invited by Dr Esther Papies
Friday
March 16th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Professor Christian Ruff
Professor of Neuroeconomics and Decision Neuroscience
from the University of Zurich
Invited by Dr Marios Philiastides
Friday
April 20th 2018
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To be confirmed
by Mike X Cohen
from the University of Amsterdam
Invited by Professor Gregor Thut
PAST PRESENTATIONS
November 17th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Prefrontal circuits underlying anxiety and anhedonia: studies of emotion regulation in a primate.
by Professor Angela Roberts
Professor
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Professor David Maxwell
November 10th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Varying the perceived personality from voices
by Dr Philip McAleer
Lecturer
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by School of Psychology
October 26th 2017
10:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
cSCAN Debate
by Professors Damon Centola, Robin Dunbar, Andrew Przybylski & Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Invited by Professor Larry Barsalou, Drs Dale Barr & Lisa DeBruine
October 19th 2017
3:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room, Room 361
Mechanistic stratification of visceral pain using human tissue
by Dr David Bulmer
Department of Pharmacology
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
October 13th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Tutorial
by Dr Monika Harvey
Reader of Psychology
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by
October 6th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Towards Computational Psychiatry: Combining Neuroimaging, Pharmacology and Modeling to Understand Schizophrenia Neurobiology
by Alan Anticevic
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology
from the Yale University
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
June 29th 2017
10:00am
L0-007, Teaching & Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Cardiovascular and body imaging at 7T: Promises, Challenges and Opportunities for Translation
by Professor Tim Leiner
Radiologist
from the University Medical Center Ultrecht
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
June 23rd 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Control of brain and cardiac blood flow by capillary pericytes in health and disease
by Professor David Atwell
Jodrell Professor of Physiology
from the University College London
Invited by INP+School
May 12th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Gene therapy for refractory epilepsy
by Professor Dimitri Kullmann
Professor of Neurology
from the University College London
Invited by INP+School
May 5th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Sex chromosomes, language, autism and the brain: unravelling the mystery
by Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop
Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology
from the University of Oxford
Invited by INP+School Seminar
May 5th 2017
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Women in psychological sciences
by Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop
Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology
from the University of Oxford
Invited by School of Psychology
May 5th 2017
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Is there a reproducibility crisis and what can we do about it?
by Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop
Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology
from the University of Oxford
Invited by School of Psychology
April 28th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Imaging Pain, Analgesia and Anaesthesia Induced Altered States of Consciousness with Advanced Neuroimaging
by Professor Irene Tracey
Head of Department, Nuffield Chair in Anaesthetic Science
from the University of Oxford
Invited by INP+School
April 7th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The postnatal development of nociceptive circuits: a little pain goes a long way
by Professor Maria Fitzgerald
Professor of Developmental Neurobiology
from the University College London
Invited by INP+School
April 6th 2017
3:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Functional imaging of the human spinal cord
by Dr Falk Eippert
Pain Imaging Neuroscience Group
from the University of Oxford
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
April 5th 2017
4:00pm
Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
The UK7T Network - Building a Platform for Clinical Collaboration
by Dr Stuart Clare
Associate Professor
from the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Oxford
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
March 31st 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Are some experiences impossible to put into words?
by Professor Asifa Majid
Professor of Language, Communication & Cultural Cognition
from the Radboud University
Invited by Centre for Social, Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience (cSCAN)
March 30th 2017
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Enter the Matrix: Novel Therapeutic Targets for Ischemic Stroke and Vascular Dementia
by Professor Gregory Bix
Associate Professor of Neurology
from the University of Kentucky
Invited by Centre for Stroke & Brain Imaging
March 17th 2017
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
CNTNAP2 in brain development and neuropsychiatric disorders
by Professor Oscar Marin
Professor of Developmental Neurobiology & Director
from the King's College London
Invited by INP+School
March 10th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Value-based prioritization in human sensorimotor decision making
by Professor Simon Kelly
Associate Professor
from the University College Dublin
Invited by Centre for Cognitive & Neuroimaging (CCNi)
March 9th 2017
4:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Nociceptive processing in the human brain
by Dr Flavia Mancini
Research Associate in Pain Neuroscience
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
March 2nd 2017
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Developing effective therapies for the childhood motor neuron disease spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
by Professor Tom Gillingwater
Professor of Anatomy
from the Centre for Integrative Physiology, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
February 24th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The role of iconicity in learning and creating communicative systems
by Professor Gabriella Vigliocco
Professor of the Psychology of Language
from the University College London
Invited by Social, Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience (cSCAN)
February 23rd 2017
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Welcome Meeting/Nature Writing Masterclass
by Prof Edwin Robertson, Drs Rachael Jack & Anne Keitel
INP+School staff
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Paper Writing Group
February 22nd 2017
4:00pm
Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
7T MRI - towards the clinic
by Professor Penny Gowland
Professor of Physics
from the University of Nottingham
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
February 17th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Gastrophysics: The new science of the diner
by Professor Charles Spence
Head of the Crossmodal Research Laboratory
from the University of Oxford
Invited by INP+School
February 16th 2017
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Linking chronic cerebral hypoperfusion to cognitive impairment and dementia
by Professor Karen Horsburgh
Personal Chair of Neuroscience
from the Centre for Neuroregeneration, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Centre for Stroke & Brain Imaging
February 3rd 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Somatosensory plasticity at 7T: neurochemicals, maps, and perception
by Dr James Kolasinski
Junior Research Fellow
from the University College & FMRIB Centre, Oxford
Invited by Centre for Cognitive & Neuroimaging (CCNi)
February 2nd 2017
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
The impact of obesity on stroke: evidence from preclinical studies
by Dr Catherine Lawrence
Senior Lecturer
from the Division of Neuroscience & Experimental Psychology, University of Manchester
Invited by Centre for Stroke & Brain Imaging
January 27th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Lasting primacy in the proactive brain
by Professor Moshe Bar
Professor
from the Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Invited by INP+School
January 25th 2017
4:00pm
Gannochy Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Foundations of functional MRI & Human brain imaging at 7 Tesla
by Professor Kamil Uludag
Associate Professor
from the Maastricht University
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
January 20th 2017
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The role of the early visual cortex in action
by Dr Simona Monaco
Marie Curie Research Fellow
from the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento
Invited by School of Psychology
December 14th 2016
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Ageing, Brain and Cognition: Some results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN)
by Professor Richard Henson
MRC Programme Leader
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Centre for Cognitive & Neuroimaging (CCNi)
December 12th 2016
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Organising principles of human actions
by Dr Angelika Lingnau
Reader in Human Neuroscience
from the Royal Holloway University of London, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento
Invited by Centre for Cognitive & Neuroimaging (CCNi)
December 2nd 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Social motivations in choice: insights from decision neuroscience
by Professor Alan Sanfey
Professor
from the Radboud University Nijmegen
Invited by Social, Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience (cSCAN)
November 30th 2016
4:00pm
L0-006, Teaching & Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Explorations into Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance: Discover - Devise - Develop - Deploy
by Professor Thoralf Niendorf
Director
from the Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility (B.U.F.F.)
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
November 25th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How t(w)o act together
by Professor Natalie Sebanz
Professor in Cognitive Science
from the Central European University
Invited by INP+School
November 24th 2016
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Heparin sulphate (HS); a novel therapeutic in CNS repair?
by Professor Susan Barnett
Professor of Cellular Neuroscience
from the Institute of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation, University of Glasgow
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
November 18th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The cerebellum as an adaptable predictor, for movement and cognition
by Professor Chris Miall
Professor of Motor Neuroscience
from the University of Birmingham
Invited by INP+School
November 11th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Don't make me laugh: the trouble with positive emotional expressions
by Professor Sophie Scott
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
from the University College London
Invited by INP+School
November 11th 2016
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Rejection, Resilience and Peer Review
by Professors Joachim Gross, David Maxwell & Philippe Schyns, Drs Lisa DeBruine & Rachael Jack
INP+School staff
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Writing & Grant Committees
November 11th 2016
11:30am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What's the point of public engagement?
by Professor Sophie Scott
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
from the University College London
Invited by School of Psychology
November 4th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Tuning Conceptual Knowledge through Hippocampal-Prefrontal Interactions
by Professor Bradley Love
Professor of Cognitive & Decision Sciences
from the University College London
Invited by the Centre for Social, Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience (cSCAN)
October 31st 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
State dependent correlations between spontaneous neural activity and blood flow in awake mice & Use of microprisms for imaging structure and function in mouse somatosensory and visual cortex
by Dr Robert Sachdev
Head of Functional Imaging and Multimodal Behaviour Unit
from the Humboldt University of Berlin
Invited by Centre for Cognitive & Neuroimaging (CCNi)
October 28th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Modelling psychiatric disorders in animals – from altered neural development to psychopathology
by Dr Kevin Mitchell
Senior Lecturer in Genetics
from the Trinity College Dublin
Invited by INP+School
October 28th 2016
1:30pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
A primer on the genetics of psychiatric disorders
by Dr Kevin Mitchell
Senior Lecturer in Genetics
from the Trinity College Dublin
Invited by School of Psychology
October 27th 2016
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Novel neuronal targeting and blocking molecules based on clostridial neurotoxins
by Professor Bazbek Davletov
Chair in Biomedical Science
from the University of Sheffield
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
October 26th 2016
4:00pm
Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Applying new magnetic resonance concepts and techniques to human scanning
by Professor Andrew Webb
Professor of MRI Physics
from the Leiden University Medical Center
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
October 25th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Feedback doesn’t have to be futile: Using Cognitive Psychology to understand and support students’ engagement with assessment feedback
by Dr Naomi Winstone
Lecturer in Cognitive and Educational Psychology
from the University of Surrey
Invited by School of Psychology
October 20th 2016
3:00pm
407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
High-resolution synaptic imaging in health and disease
by Dr Christopher Henstridge
Postdoctoral Associate
from the Centre for Cognitive and Neural Systems, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Centre for Neuroscience
October 14th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Welcome and introductory talk
by Philippe G. Schyns
September 28th 2016
4:00pm
Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Harnessing 7T’s Strengths for Clinical Neuroradiology
by Professor Chris Hess
Professor and Chief of Neuroradiology
from the University of California San Francisco
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
September 19th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Stereoscopic depth perception in humans and insects
by Professor Jenny Read
Professor of Vision Science
from the Newcastle University
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
September 14th 2016
4:00pm
Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Functional anatomy and plasticity of hippocampal memory circuits in young and old age
by Professor Emrah Düzel
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Invited by MVLS 7T Seminars Planning Group
September 6th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spatial asymmetries in action, perception and representation
by Mike Nicholls
Professor
from the Flinders University Australia
Invited by Monika Harvey
June 24th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Effects of Prior Knowledge on Episodic Memory
by Dr. Yee Lee Shing
Lecturer in Developmental Psychology
from the University of Stirling
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
June 17th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
From Computer Simulations to Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Brain Network Disorders
by Professor Flavio Frohlich
Assistant Professor
from the School of Medicine, University of North Carolina
Invited by Gregor Thut
May 6th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Emergence of transformation-tolerant representations of visual objects in rat lateral extrastriate cortex
by Dr Davide Zoccolan
Assistant Professor
from the International School for Advanced Studies Trieste, Italy
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
April 29th 2016
3:30pm
Level 5, Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Developmental Robotics for Embodied Language Learning
by Professor Angelo Cangelosi
Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Cognition
from the Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems,
School of Computing and Mathematics
University of Plymouth
Invited by Alessandro Vinciarelli
April 22nd 2016
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Night watch in one brain hemisphere during sleep associated with the first-night effect in humans
by Yuka Sasaki, PhD
Associate Professor
from the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences
Brown University

Invited by Edwin Robertson
April 22nd 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Roles of attention and reward in perceptual learning
by Takeo Watanabe, PhD
The Fred M Seed Chair, Distinguished Professor
from the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences, Brown University
Invited by Edwin Robertson
April 15th 2016
3:30pm
Level 5, Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Robust Non-verbal behavior sensing for human interaction analysis
by Dr Jean-Marc Odobez
Senior Scientist
from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Invited by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
April 1st 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cortical hierarchies revisited: who is driving whom?
by Prof. Dr. Ralf Galuske
Professor
from the Technische Universität Darmstadt Biologie
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 23rd 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Design, performance and safety evaluation of RF coil arrays for brain imaging at 9.4T
by Dr Shajan Gunamony
Research Scientist
from the Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Invited by Jozien Goense
March 22nd 2016
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How to survive and thrive as an open scientist
by Professor Tal Yarkoni
Research Assistant Professor
from the University of Texas at Austin
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 18th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Transcranial electrical stimulation good for all, or not good at all?
by Professor Carlo Miniussi
Professor
from the University of Brescia, Italy
Invited by Gregor Thut
March 17th 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Spinal microcircuits for motor learning
by Professor Rob Brownstone
from the UCL
Invited by Professor Andrew Todd
March 11th 2016
2:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
CCNi Debate 2016: Preparatory Session
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 9th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The emotional task of building emotional robots: Interactions between affective computing and psychology
by Prof Dr Arvid Kappas
Professor of Psychology
from the Jacobs University, Bremen
Invited by Rachael E. Jack
March 3rd 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
The Time of our Lives: Ageing, and the Circadian Clock
by Stephany M. Biello
March 2nd 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
CCNi Debate 2016: Preparatory Session
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
February 26th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Temporal dynamics of Feature-Selective Attention
by Dr Søren K Andersen
Senior Lecturer
from the University of Aberdeen
Invited by Christian Keitel
February 25th 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Neurovascular coupling in health and disease.
by Dr Jason Berwick
from the University of Sheffield
Invited by Professor Mhairi Macrae
February 19th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Learning to Shape Interactions: Models and Algorithms
by Dr Subramanian Ramamoorthy
Reader
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by Rachael E. Jack
February 12th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Different involvement of neocortical high- and low-gamma rhythms in spike-pattern replay following sensory stimulation in in vitro models of wake as sleep state
by Professor Miles Whittington
Chair in Neuroscience
from the York University
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 11th 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Imaging the human spinal cord - what can it tell us about pain?
by Dr Jonathan Brooks
from the University of Bristol
Invited by Dr John Riddell
February 11th 2016
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
OptoMEG: Combining optogenetics and MEG for functional brain mapping
by Greg Alberto, B.S.
MD/PhD candidate
from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
January 29th 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cubes in Light: Lighting Direction and Visual Field Modulate the Perceived Intensity of Illumination
by Professor Mark McCourt
Professor
from the Center for Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, North Dakota State University
Invited by Monika Harvey
January 28th 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Imaging the changing brain.
by Dr Laura Parkes
from the University of Manchester
Invited by Professor Mhairi Macrae
January 22nd 2016
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Human Conceptual Processing
by Lawrence Barsalou
January 14th 2016
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Investigating the molecular and neural network basis of Rett syndrome.
by Dr Darren Goffin
from the University of York
Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
December 10th 2015
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
The role of MSK1 in regulating the synaptic and cognitive response to environmental enrichment.
by Professor Bruno Frenguelli
from the University of Warwick
Invited by Dr Debbie Dewar
December 4th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Psychology as engineering science: Building Mr. Right
by Professsor Stacy Marsella
Professor
from the Northeastern University
Invited by Rachael E. Jack
December 3rd 2015
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Recovery of locomotion after severe spinal cord injuries: training, plasticity and combinatorial interventions.
by Dr Ronaldo Ichiyama
from the University of Leeds
Invited by Dr John Riddell
November 20th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Computational Modeling and Personal Robotics for Extracting Social Signatures
by Professor Mohamed Chetouani
Professor
from the Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique
Invited by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
November 19th 2015
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Astroglial control of vital neural networks.
by Professor Alexander Gourine
from the UCL
Invited by Dr Leanne McKay
November 18th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How Genes and Environment Shape the Adolescent Brain
by Dr Tomáš Paus
Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry
from the University of Toronto
Invited by Lars Muckli
November 13th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
On desire and decentering: Nonconscious self-regulation in health behavior
by Esther Papies
November 6th 2015
3:30pm
School of Computing Science, 5th Floor of Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Delighting the user with speech synthesis
by Dr Matthew Aylett
Research Fellow
from the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
November 5th 2015
4:00pm
Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Circadian synchronisation - another dimension to physiology and behaviour
by Dr Cathy Wyse
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Dr Debbie Dewar
October 30th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The off-line brain:memory consolidation
by Edwin Robertson
October 23rd 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Interacting with socio-emotional virtual agent
by Dr Catherine Pelachaud
Director of Research
from the Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique
Invited by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
October 16th 2015
3:30pm
School of Computing Science, 5th Floor of Sir Alwyn Williams Building
How do I look in this? Embodiment and social robotics.
by Professor Ruth Aylett
Professor
from the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, Heriot-Watt University
Invited by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
October 9th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A dimensional representation of emotion
by Professor James A. Russell
Professor
from the Emotion Development Lab, Boston College
Invited by Rachael E. Jack
October 5th 2015
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Clinical MRI at 9.4T - initial results
by Dr Gisela Hagberg
Research Scientist
from the Eberhard Karls University, Tuebingen
Invited by Jozien Goense
September 30th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Design of RF Coils for Ultra-high Field MRI
by Dr Shajan Gunamony
Research Scientist
from the Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Invited by Jozien Goense
June 18th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Relational Reasoning with Rational Numbers
by Professor Keith J. Holyoak
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
from the University of California, Los Angeles
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 14th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
New horizons for imaging blood flow in the living brain
by Dr Fernando O. Zelaya
Reader in Physiological Neuroimaging
from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London
Invited by Professor Keith Muir
May 1st 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A high-dimensional common model of representational spaces in human cortex
by James Van Loan Haxby
Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College
Invited by Lars Muckli
April 30th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Distributed neural systems for person perception
by Maria Ida Gobbini
Associate Professor
from the Psychological & Brain Sciences, Dartmouth
Invited by Lars Muckli
April 29th 2015
2:00pm
Ground Floor Lecture Theatre, Institute of Neurological Sciences, South Glasgow University Hospital
Sodium and diffusion MRI - a precise method to determine the extent of still viable ischemic stroke tissue
by Dr Friedrich Wetterling
Postdoctoral Fellow
from the Trinity College Dublin
Invited by Professor Keith Muir
April 24th 2015
2:30pm
Gannochy Lecture Theatre, Wolfson Medical School Building
Novel MRI Methods for Assessing Cerebrovascular Disease
by Professor Peter Jezzard
Herbert Dunhill Professor of Neuroimaging
from the FMRIB Centre, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford
Invited by Keith Muir
March 20th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Inducing motor cortical plasticity rehabilitates visual neglect
by Dr Jacinta O'Shea
Research Fellow
from the FMRIB Centre, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford
Invited by Monika Harvey
March 13th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spontaneous Brain Activity - Spook or Spirit?
by Christoph Kayser
March 6th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spontaneous Brain Activity - Spook or Spirit?
by Christoph Kayser
March 5th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Synapse recovery after synapse degeneration: a role for Wnt signalling
by Dr Patricia C. Salinas
Professor of Cellular Neurobiology
from the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, University College London

Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
February 27th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Ariens Prize Talk, October 2014: Altering the course of Schizophrenia: challenges and opportunities
by Dr Mark J Millan
Director, Psychopharmacology Division
from the Institut de Recherche Servier, France
Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
February 20th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The influence of image complexity on perceptual processing
by Dr Steven Scholte
Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
from the Department of Brain & Cognition, University of Amsterdam
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
February 13th 2015
2:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Predicting and perceiving degraded speech
by Dr Matt Davis
Senior MRC Research Scientist
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 6th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What’s in a face?
by Professor Dave Perrett
Wardlaw Professor, School of Psychology & Neuroscience
from the University of St Andrews
Invited by Benedict C. Jones
February 3rd 2015
4:00pm
Bower Building Seminar Room (248)
Finding novel pain genes
by Professor Stephen McMahon
Sherrington Professor of Physiology & Director of London Pain Consortium
from the King's College London
Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
January 30th 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Avoiding pain: cortical responses to nociceptive stimuli and defensive movements
by Dr Giandomenico Iannetti
Reader in Human Neuroscience
from the Department of Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology, University College London



Invited by Andrew Todd
January 23rd 2015
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The physical correlates of counterfactual choices: from BOLD imaging to dopamine recording
by Dr. Read Montague
Professor
from the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
Invited by Marios Philiastides
December 11th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural mechanisms of mutual understanding
by Dr Arjen Stolk
Postdoctoral Researcher
from the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
December 5th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Motivation in monkeys: dynamic interplay between catecholaminergic neurons and the prefrontal cortex
by Sebastien Bouret
from the Team Motivation Brain & Behavior, ICM - Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière
Invited by Marios Philiastides
November 28th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Resolving human object recognition in space and time by combining MEG, fMRI and deep convolutional neural networks
by Radoslaw Cichy
Postdoctoral Fellow
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Invited by Lars Muckli
November 7th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How the brain builds high-level representations of visual stimuli
by Kendrick Kay, PhD
Visiting Scholar
from the Washington University in St. Louis
Invited by Lars Muckli
November 4th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Autism brains: More or less connected?
by Kaustubh Supekar
Research Associate
from the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Child Development, Stanford School of Medicine

Invited by Frank E. Pollick
October 31st 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Inflammation and oxidative stress in psychiatric disorders: Lessons from animal models
by Professor Patricio O'Donnell
VP and Head of Psychiatry & Behaviouiral Disorders
from the Pfizer Neuroscience Research Unit
Cambridge, MA
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
October 24th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Situating Emotion (Barsalou), Grounding Desire and Motivated Behavior (Papies)
by Professor Lawrence Barsalou & Dr Esther Papies
Professor of Psychology & Assistant Professor
from the Department of Psychology, Emory University (Barsalou), Department of Social & Organizational Psychology, Utrecht University (Papies)
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 23rd 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Predictive Localization in the Visual System
by Dr Gerrit Maus
from the Psychology Department, UC Berkeley
Invited by Lars Muckli
October 23rd 2014
10:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Investigating ongoing brain oscillations and their influence on conscious perception – network states and the window to consciousness
by Dr Philipp Ruhnau
Post-Doctoral Researcher
from the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC), Universita degli Studi di Trento
Invited by Christian Keitel
October 22nd 2014
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The History and Technology of Ultra High Field MRI Magnets
by Simon Pittard
Director
from the Magnet Division at Tesla Engineering Ltd.
Invited by Jozien Goense
October 3rd 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuronal dynamics in the primary visual areas
by Prof. Dr. Danko Nikolic
from the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 26th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Listening Brain: Acoustic Challenges and Adaptive Mechanisms
by Dr Jonas Obleser
Group Leader
from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
Invited by Christoph Kayser
September 19th 2014
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The self in perception
by Professor Glyn Humphreys
from the University of Oxford
Invited by Monika Harvey
September 5th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Balancing Visual Prediction and Visual Stability
by Professor David Whitney
from the UC Berkley, California
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 2nd 2014
12:30pm
Bower Seminar room, Bower Building
On the distribution of information from muscle spindles in the spinal cord
by Professor Elzbieta Jankowska
Professor emerita
from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
June 30th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room, Wolfson Link Building
Light-neuron interactions: Key to understanding the brain
by Dr Vincent Daria
from the Australia National University
Invited by Dr Stuart Cobb
June 6th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Effects of psychological intervention on brain activity - an approach to mechanisms?
by Dr Brigitte Rockstroh
Professor
from the Universität Konstanz
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
June 2nd 2014
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Making 'Dopamine Movies' of Cigarette Smoking in the PET Scanner. Finding Differences between Men and Women Smokers
by Dr Evan D. Morris
Associate Professor
from the Associate Professor
Yale University, Diagnostic Radiology, Biomedical Engineering,
Co-Director of Imaging, Yale PET Center
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 30th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Non-invasive manipulation of fronto-parietal networks for the improvement of visual performance in the intact and focally damaged human brain
by Dr Antoni Valero-Cabré, MD
from the ICM Hôpital Pitié Salpêtrière, CNRS-INSERM-Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Equipe Cognition, Neuro-imagerie et maladies du Cerveau
Invited by Gregor Thut
May 23rd 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Prediction in Multisensory Emotional Speech
by Professor Sonja Kotz
Chair in Cognitive and Affective Neurosciences
from the University of Manchester
Invited by Pascal Belin
May 9th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Dynamics of Information Storage and Recall in the Hippocampus
by Dr Bruce Graham
from the University of Stirling
Invited by Christoph Kayser
May 2nd 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Artificial Grammar Learning and the Primate Brain
by Dr. Chris Petkov
from the Lab of Comparative Neuropsychology
University of Newcastle
Invited by Christoph Kayser
April 11th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mapping multisensory networks of the brain
by Professor John J Foxe
Professor of Pediatrics and Neuroscience
from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Yeshiva University
New York

Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
April 4th 2014
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Glutamate, inflammation and psychosis; therapeutic implications and the possibility of prevention
by Professor Bill Deakin
Professor of Psychiatry and Director NPU
from the University of Manchester
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
March 21st 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Faces, Attention, and the Temporal Lobe
by Professor Winrich Freiwald
from the Laboratory of Neural Systems
The Rockefeller University
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 14th 2014
11:00am
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Emotion and Facial Expressions in the Trobriand Islands of Papua New Guinea
by Professor José-Miguel Fernández-Dols & Carlos Crivelli
from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Invited by Rachael E. Jack
March 13th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room (R361), Wolfson Link Building
Neuron-glial signalling in white matter pathophysiology
by Professor Arthur Butt
Professor of Cellular Neurophysiology
from the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Portsmouth
Invited by Stuart Cobb
March 6th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Voice areas in dog and human brains - a comparative fMRI study
by Dr. Attila Andics
Research Fellow
from the MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group
Hungarian Academy of Sciences /
Eotvos Lorand University
Budapest, Hungary


Invited by Pascal Belin
February 28th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spatiotemporal characterization of prediction error processing during reinforcement learning using simultaneous EEG/fMRI
by Dr. Marios Philiastides
Senior Lecturer
from the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
February 27th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room (R361), Wolfson Link Building
Defining spinal pain circuitry
by Dr Carole Torsney
Lecturer
from the Centre for Integrative Physiology, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Stuart Cobb
February 25th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Capillary Dysfunction in neurovascular and neurodegenerative disorders.
by Professor Leif Ostergaard
Clinical Professor
from the Department of Clinical Medicine
Center for Functionally Integrative Neuroscience
Aarhus University
Denmark
Invited by Keith Muir
February 14th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
You have Conscious Sensations without Knowing it
by Professor Victor Lamme
from the Cognitive Neuroscience Group
University of Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Invited by Lars Muckli
February 13th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Brainstem control of hand function in health and after recovery from lesions
by Professor Stuart Baker
Professor of Movement Neuroscience
from the Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University
Invited by Stuart Cobb
February 7th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Short- and long-term plasticity of adult human synapses
by Professor Huibert D. Mansvelder
from the Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research (CNCR) Amsterdam
Invited by Dr. Stuart Cobb
January 31st 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
High-resolution fMRI and Neurovascular Coupling in the Visual Cortex”
by Dr. Jozien Goense
from the School of Psychology
University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
January 30th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Assessing functional outcomes in rodent models of stroke
by Dr Rebecca Trueman
Lecturer
from the School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham
Invited by Chris McCabe
January 24th 2014
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional anatomy of reaching and grasping - from the frontal cortex to the brainstem
by Dr. Marc Himmelbach
from the Centre of Neurology, Tubingen
Invited by Monika Harvey
January 16th 2014
4:00pm
Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Deficiency in Wnt signalling and synapse degeneration: implications in Alzheimer's disease
by Professor Patricia Salinas
Professor of Cellular Neurobiology
from the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, University College London
Invited by Stuart Cobb
December 6th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The control of motor memory processing
by Professor Edwin M Robertson
from the Neuroscience @ Harvard University
Boston
Invited by Gregor Thut
November 22nd 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuroanatomy and state dependent mechanisms
by Professor Christoph Kayser/Professor Stefano Panzeri
from the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology, University of Glasgow
Invited by Louise McFadzean
November 15th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain Dynamics
by Professor Joachim Gross
from the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology, University of Glasgow
Invited by Christoph Kayser
November 8th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Connectomics and functional connectivity based on fMRI CCNI-Debate Preparation: Studies of large-scale brain networks – savior or hype?
by Professor Pascal Belin / Professor Lars Muckli
from the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology, University of Glasgow
Invited by Christoph Kayser
November 1st 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Unraveling the role of hippocampus in antidepressant effects - from molecules to systems
by Dr Alex Surget
Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Fellow
from the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 11th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Current Schizophrenia Research: Translational, Physiological and Developmental Perspectives
by Dr Peter Uhlhaas
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 4th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Sleep, consolidation, and semantic memory
by Dr. Penny Lewis
from the School of Psychological Sciences
University of Manchester
Invited by Joachim Gross
September 27th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Structural priming across cognitive domains: From arithmetic to language and back
by Dr. Christoph Scheepers
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
September 24th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Selective neuronal loss and inflammation in the rescued ischaemic penumbra
by Professor Jean-Claude Baron
Research Director
from the University of Paris
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
September 13th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Evolving models of human brainwaves and brain dynamics
by Professor Scott Makeig
Research Scientist & Director
from the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience (SCCN)
Institute for Neural Computation (INC)
University of California San Diego (UCSD)
La Jolla California
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
August 30th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How does the prefrontal cortex control visual working memory
by Professor Paul Sauseng
Professor in Cognitive Psychology
from the School of Psychology
University of Surrey
Guildford, UK
Invited by Gregor Thut
August 19th 2013
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Interoceptive inference, emotion, and the embodied self
by Professor Anil Seth
from the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science
School of Engineering and Informatics,
University of Sussex
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
August 2nd 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Neural Basis of Brain-Computer Interface Control
by Dr Moritz Grosse-Wentrup
from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Tubingen
Invited by Bashar Hasan
June 5th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Is the primary visual cortex modulated by visual awareness?
by Dr. Masataka Watanabe
from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Tübingen
Invited by Robin Ince
May 24th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuronal mechanisms for the perceptual grouping of image elements in vision
by Professor Pieter Roelfsema 
from the Institute of Neuroscience
Amsterdam
the Netherlands
Invited by Joachim Gross
May 23rd 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visual coding of dynamic facial expressions
by Dr. Nick Furl
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
15 Chaucer Road
Cambridge
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 17th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural circuit dysfunction in schizophrenia: insights from animal models
by Dr. Torfi Sigurdsson
from the Interdisciplinary Center for Neuroscience Frankfurt (ICNF), Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
May 10th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Monkeys, mathematics, and stereotype threat
by Dr Gijsbert Stoet
from the School of Education
University of Glasgow
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
April 26th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Social and visual perception of facial resemblance
by Dr Lisa DeBruine
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
April 19th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A single functional model of drivers and modulators in cortex
by Dr. Michael Spratling
from the Computational Neuroscience and Visual Cognition
Department of Informatics
King's College London
Invited by Lars Muckli
April 5th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Are cortical oscillations a useful ingredient of speech processing?
by Professor Anne-Lise Giraud
from the Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives,
Départment d'Etudes Cognitives,
Ecole Normale Supérieure
Paris
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 8th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
An integrated theory of language production and comprehension
by Professor Simon Garrod
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 7th 2013
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Anatomical connectivity from diffusion MRI: Networks, plasticity and parcellation
by Dr Alfred Anwander
from the Max Planck Institute, Leipzig
Invited by Daniela Sammler
March 7th 2013
9:30am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Diffusion MRI methods: From the images to brain connectivity and group statistics.
by Dr Alfred Anwander
from the Max Planck Institute, Leipzig
Invited by Daniela Sammler
March 1st 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Seeing is believing - How priors shape perception
by Dr Floris de Lange
from the Donders Institute
(Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging)
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Invited by Peter Uhlhaas
February 22nd 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Distinct top-down and bottom-up attention networks revealed through high-resolution electrocorticography
by Professor Pascal Fries
from the Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max-Planck-Society, Frankfurt am Main
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 1st 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Multi-level alignment between self and others
by Dr. Klaus Kessler
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
January 25th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Inferring cortical networks underlying perceptual decision-making using multimodal neuroimaging
by Dr. Marios Philiastides
from the University of Nottingham

Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
January 18th 2013
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Multimodal neglect and spatial perception deficits after stroke – new routes to treatment
by Professor Georg Kerkhoff
from the University of the Saarland
Saarbrücken

Invited by Monika Harvey
December 7th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional and Structural Correlates of Auditory Abilities: Predispositions and Plasticity
by Dr Robert Zatorre
from the Montreal Neurological Institute
McGill University
Montréal
Québec
Invited by Pascal Belin
November 30th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Action Training in Stroke Patients
by Dr. Monika Harvey
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 23rd 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
See what you hear – The neural basis of audiovisual integration
by Professor Uta Noppeney
from the School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
Invited by Sara C. Sereno
November 2nd 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Hormone-mediated mate preferences in women
by Professor Ben Jones
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 26th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Timing of Spikes in Primary and Secondary Somatosensory Cortex Contributes to Perception
by Professor Stefano Panzeri
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 19th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
When the world becomes too real: a new explanation of autistic perception
by Dr. Liz Pellicano
from the Department of Psychology and Human Development
Institute of Education, University of London,
20 Bedford Way,
London

Invited by David R. Simmons
October 5th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Ultra-fast MRI mapping of the Human Brain Connectome
by Dr. David A. Feinberg
from the University of California, Berkeley
Advanced MRI Technologies
Sebastopol, CA
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 28th 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A Dead Fish, Vodoo, and Mind Reading: Issues in fMRI Research
by Dr. Martin Lages
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
September 21st 2012
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Auditory perception - time and rhythms
by Professor Christoph Kayser
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
July 13th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Mechanisms of NMDA receptor-mediated neuroprotection and excitotoxicity"
by Professor Giles Hardingham
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
July 4th 2012
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain plasticity in the context of The Fragile X Syndrome
by Professor Claudia Bagni
from the Faculty of Medicine/VIB Center for Biology of Disease Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Invited by Claire Grant
June 18th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Auditory perception - Oscillations and neural coding"
by Dr. Christoph Kayser
from the Max Planck Institute
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
June 13th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Scratching beneath the surface of visual feature detectors
by Dr Peter Neri
from the The University of Aberdeen

Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
May 25th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Combining transcranial stimulation with other brain imaging techniques to trace human brain function
by Professor Hartwig Siebner
from the Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre,
Denmark

Invited by Gregor Thut
May 18th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Face recognition: from vision to social neuroscience
by Professor Patrik Vuilleumier
from the Laboratory for Behavioral Neurology and Imaging of Cognition, Department of Neuroscience, University Medical Center; & Center for Neuroscience and Affective Sciences, University of Geneva
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
April 27th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
[Cancelled] Translational neuromodeling
by Prof Klaas-Enno Stephan
from the 1. University of Zurich
Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems Research
Dept. of Economics
University of Zurich

2. Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, London
Invited by Joachim Gross
April 20th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Categorisation judgments based on multiple sources of evidence: neural and computational mechanisms
by Chris Summerfield
from the Experimental Psychology
Oxford University
Invited by Lars Muckli
April 13th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Can neuroimaging contribute to the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders?
by Professor David Linden
from the School of Psychology
University of Cardiff
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 30th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
From Neuro-Imaging to Neuro-Robotics
by Professor Dae-shik Kim
from the Brain Science Research Center
KAIST
Korea
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 26th 2012
5:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Embodied inference
by Professor Andy Clark
from the University of Edinburgh
School of Philosophy,
Psychology and Language Sciences,

Invited by Petra Vetter
March 26th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Embodied inference
by Professor Karl Friston
from the Wellcome Principal Research Fellow and Scientific Director

Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
Professor: Institute of Neurology, University College London


Invited by Petra Vetter
March 23rd 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Not so fast! Premature conclusions in cognitive neuroscience and beyond
by Professor Eric-Jan Wagenmakers
from the Department of Psychology
University of Amsterdam
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 16th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
New perspectives on body perception including the role of the amygdala
by Professor Beatrice de Gelder
from the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory Tilburg University
Invited by Marie-Hélène Grosbras
March 9th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Artist as Neuroscientist
by Prof. Patrick Cavanagh
from the Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception,
Universite Paris Descartes

Invited by Petra Vetter
March 7th 2012
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Can we enhance motor recovery after stroke?
by Dr Orlando Swayne
from the UCL
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 2nd 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional brain networks underlying the relationship between sleep and memory'
by Prof Ysbrand VanderWerf
from the Nederlands Instituut voor Neurowetenschappen
Amsterdam
The Netherlands.

Invited by Marie-Hélène Grosbras
February 24th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
[CANCELED] Neuroaesthetics of performing arts: a sensorimotor approach (latest information: we are sorry but this presentation had to be canceled)
by Prof Beatriz Calvo-Merino
from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) and City University London (UK)

Invited by Frank E. Pollick
February 22nd 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reorganization of cerebral networks after stroke: new insights from neuroimaging with connectivity approaches
by Dr Christian Grefkes
from the Max-Planck-Institut für neurologische Forschung
mit Klaus-Joachim-Zülch-Laboratorien der
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft und der
Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität zu Köln
Cologne,
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 17th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Number, space and time
by Professor Brian Butterworth
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
UCL
Invited by Petra Vetter
February 10th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Towards Socially Intelligent Machines: Computing Nonverbal Communication in Human-Human Interaction.
by Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli
from the School of Computing Science
University of Glasgow
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
January 27th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What does the brain know about orthography?
by Dr Joseph Devlin
from the UCL Neuroscience;
Perceptual and Brain Sciences,
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

Invited by Sara C. Sereno
January 20th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Event comprehension and competition between multiple representations of the same object
by Professor Gerry Altmann
from the University of York
Invited by Linda M. Moxey
January 13th 2012
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Distortions of probability information in human judgment: ubiquitous log odds
by Professor Laurence T. Maloney
from the Centre for Neural Science
New York University
Invited by Martin Lages
December 9th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional Neuroimaging of Sleep and Sleep Disorders
by Dr. Thien Thanh Dang-Vu
from the Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medicine
Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal

Invited by Stephany M. Biello
December 2nd 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Watching People
by Professor Frank Pollick
from the School of Psychology
University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 25th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Interacting with brain oscillations to change perception
by Professor Gregor Thut
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 18th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Age-related and individual differences in the first half-second of visual processing
by Dr. Guillaume Rousselet
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 11th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Situated Language Understanding: An Irrational Analysis
by Dr Dale Barr
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 7th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Genomic/Genetic Approaches to Sleep and Its Disorders.
by Professor Allan I Pack
from the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology
Translational Research Laboratories
Philadelphia, PA
Invited by Colin Espie
November 4th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Variability in photos of the same face
by Dr Rob Jenkins
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 28th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
VNL research: work in progress.
by Professor Pascal Belin
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 21st 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Stimuli, brain signals, behavioural responses: An information-theoretic accoun
by Professor Philippe Schyns
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Paddy J. O'Donnell
October 14th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How is self-motion encoded in the human brain
by Prof Andrew T. Smith
from the Royal Holloway, University of London
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 30th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
About the role of brain oscillations in active sensing
by Professor Joachim Gross
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
September 23rd 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Predictive coding in visual cortex
by Dr. Lars Muckli
from the University of Glasgow
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
June 13th 2011
5:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The differential role of slow and fast cortical oscillations in encoding naturalistic visual information
by Dr Stefano Panzeri
from the University of Manchester
Moffat Building
PO Box 88, Sackville Street
Manchester
M60 1QD
Invited by Joachim Gross
June 10th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Network organization of human brain structure and function.
by Dr Dani Bassett
from the University of California Santa Barbara
http://www.physics.ucsb.edu/~dbassett/
Invited by Joachim Gross
May 20th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Studying top-down control in the human brain with concurrent TMS-fMRI.
by Dr Christian Ruff
from the University of Zurich
Invited by Marie-Hélène Grosbras
May 13th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Oscillatory cortical networks during perceptual decision-making.
by Dr Markus Siegel
from the CIN Tuebingen / MIT

Invited by Joachim Gross
April 26th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Global properties of natural scenes shape local properties of human edge detectors
by Dr. Peter Neri
from the Institute of Medical Sciences
University of Aberdeen
Foresterhill
Aberdeen AB25 2ZD
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
April 15th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mind-oriented movements
by Dr Ivan Toni
from the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

Invited by Simon C. Garrod
April 8th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Rhythms of visual perception and attention"
by Dr Rufin vanRullen
from the CNRS Toulouse
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 18th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Resolving ambiguous visual scenes: Context, natural statistics and learning
by Dr. Erich Graf
from the University of Southampton
Invited by Martin Lages
March 11th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Entrainment of human EEG: Sensory versus electrical entrainment and simulations
by Prof Christoph Herrmann
from the University of Oldenburg
Invited by Gregor Thut
March 4th 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Using judgment to deal with streams of data: Forecasting and other tasks
by Prof. Nigel Harvey
from the University College London
Invited by James M. Hillis
January 21st 2011
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The hyperarousal model of insomnia
by Dr. Kai Spiegelhalder
from the University of Freiburg Medical Center
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
November 26th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
CCNi Presentations
by members of department
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
November 19th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The cognitive basis of perspective-taking: evidence for "two systems"
by Dr Ian Apperly
from the University of Birmingham
Invited by Klaus Kessler
November 12th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Systems memory consolidation during sleep
by Dr Steffen Gais
from the University of Munich
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
October 29th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Young children’s Social Cognition taken to the Lab: Experimental Paradigms, Findings and what comes next
by Dr María Núñez
from the Glasgow Caledonian University
Invited by Pascal Belin
October 15th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The future direction of fMRI
by Professor Dr Rainer Goebel
from the Universiteit Maastricht
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 29th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Biased Perception: How Language Influences What We See.
by Prof. Richard Ivry
from the University of California Berkeley
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
July 26th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
ntPET: PET Analysis Methods for Tracking Temporal (Phasic) Fluctuations in Neurotransmitter Levels. Validation Experiments and Future Uses.
by Evan Morris, Associate Professor
from the Yale University
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 27th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Compartment-Specific Investigation of Neural Tissue Microstructure with Diffusion Weighted MR Spectroscopy
by Itamar Ronen, Associate Professor
from the Leiden University Medical Centre
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
May 21st 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The interplay between auditory and visual motion perception in the human brain
by Arjen Alink
from the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt
Invited by Lars Muckli
May 14th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Dynamic, Immediate, and Interactive Influences of Real-world Events on Language Comprehension
by Prof Ken McRae
from the University of Western Ontario
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
April 30th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuroscientific investigations of musical rhythm processing
by Dr Jessica Grahn
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
April 16th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Compartment-Specific Investigation of Neural Tissue Microstructure with Diffusion Weighted MR Spectroscopy
by Itamar Ronen, Associate Professor
from the Leiden University Medical Centre
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
April 9th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A couple of challenges for visual perception under uncertainty
by Dr Pascal Mamassian
from the Université Paris Descartes
Invited by Martin Lages
March 19th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cross-cultural and laboratory responses to sexually dimorphic facial shape cues
by Dr Lisa deBruine & Dr Ben Jones
from the University of Aberdeen
Invited by Patricia Bestelmeyer
March 5th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cortical centers or white matter networks for human spatial orienting?
by Prof Hans-Otto Karnath
from the Center for Neurology, University of Tuebingen
Invited by Monika Harvey
February 19th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
From sensory-motor associations to embodied numerical cognition
by Dr Martin Fischer
from the University of Dundee
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
February 12th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
On how knowing what to predict alters the threshold of conscious perception, timing and neuronal dynamics.
by Dr Lucia Melloni
from the MPI for Brain Research, Frankfurt
Invited by Lars Muckli
February 5th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional MRI and magnetoencephalography (MEG) studis of the neural basis of lipreading
by Dr Iiro Jääskeläinen
from the Aalto University
Invited by Pascal Belin
January 29th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Emerging spatial memories in the human brain
by Dr Thomas Wolbers
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by Klaus Kessler
January 22nd 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Phase and amplitude dynamics of cortical networks in a visual working memory task.
by Dr Matias Palva
from the University of Helsinki Neuroscience Center
Invited by Joachim Gross
January 15th 2010
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Where do mirror neurons come from?
by Prof Cecilia Heyes
from the University of Oxford
Invited by James M. Hillis
December 11th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The multisensory perception of synchrony
by Prof Charles Spence
from the University of Oxford
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
December 4th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How oscillatory activity shapes the functional architecture of the working brain
by Dr Ole Jensen
from the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, NL
Invited by Klaus Kessler
November 27th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Attention and perception across cultures
by Prof Jules Davidoff
from the Goldsmiths University of London
Invited by Roberto Caldara
November 20th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Probabilistic models of sensorimotor control
by Prof. Daniel Wolpert
from the Cambridge University
Invited by Rob Jenkins
November 6th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reduced Suppression in the Aging Visual System
by Dr Lisa Betts
from the McMaster University, CA
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
October 23rd 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Emotions Evoked by the Sound of Music
by Dr Marcel Zentner
from the University of York
Invited by Rob Jenkins
October 16th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Origins of Social Concern
by Dr Keith Jensen
from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Invited by James M. Hillis
October 9th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eye and thou: Eye movements and social cognition
by Dr Daniel Richardson
from the UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
October 2nd 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reward-based decision making and the brain
by Dr Philippe Tobler
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Kerry W. Kilborn
August 20th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Do we click: brain alignment as the neuronal basis of interpersonal communication
by Dr. Uri Hasson
from the Princeton University
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
May 22nd 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Attention and Social Attention in Autism
by Prof. Sue Leekam
from the University of Cardiff
Invited by David R. Simmons
May 15th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Action and Desire: Affective modulations of adaptive decision-making.
by Prof. Richard Ridderinkhof
from the University of Amsterdam
Invited by Kerry W. Kilborn
May 8th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Now you see it, now you don’t: On semantic P600s and cross-linguistic variation in online verb– argument linking
by Dr. Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky
from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
May 1st 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Processing of emotional voices and their integration with emotional faces within the superior temporal sulcus.
by Thomas Ethofer
from the University of Tubingen
Invited by Pascal Belin
April 24th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How is information about facial identity represented in the brain?
by Dr. Tim Andrews
from the University of York
Invited by Roberto Caldara
March 27th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Just can't stop: endophentypes of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders
by Dr. Sam Chamberlain
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by Judith L. Stevenson
March 20th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mapping the parts of higher level cortex
by Prof. Marty Sereno
from the Birkbeck College London
Invited by Sara C. Sereno
March 13th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Chimpanzee vocal communication: evolutionary links to human language?
by Dr. Katie Slocombe
from the University of York
Invited by James M. Hillis
March 6th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Is my red pinker than yours? Unconscious effects of language-specific terminology on pre-attentive color perception.
by Prof. Guillaume Thierry
from the University of Bangor
Invited by Pascal Belin
March 2nd 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Perception and Action Interactions: Evidence from Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
by Prof. Jody Culham
from the University of Western Ontario
Invited by Monika Harvey
February 27th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Rationality of Informal Argumentation: A Bayesian Approach to Reasoning Fallacies
by Prof. Mike Oaksford
from the Birkbeck College London
Invited by James M. Hillis
February 20th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Decoding conscious and unconscious mental states from brain activity in humans
by Dr. John-Dylan Haynes
from the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin
Invited by Lars Muckli
February 13th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Stereo vision without the ventral stream
by Dr. Jenny Read
from the Newcastle University
Invited by Martin Lages
January 30th 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The neural basis of speech perception and production - the roles of streams of processing and asymmetries
by Prof. Sophie Scott
from the University College London
Invited by Pascal Belin
January 23rd 2009
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Low level visual processing and face recognition
by Dr. Steve Dakin
from the University College London
Invited by David R. Simmons
December 5th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Joint action: Bodies and minds moving together"
by Prof. Guenther Knoblich
from the Radboud University, The Netherlands
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
November 21st 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Exploring gene-culture interactions: insights from case studies".
by Prof. Kevin Laland
from the University of St. Andrews
Invited by James M. Hillis
November 14th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Earliest, Self-defining, Flashbulb, and Cultural Memories: Preliminary Results From a Large Scale Survey"
by Prof. Martin Conway
from the University of Leeds
Invited by Rob Jenkins
November 7th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Why mathematicians are zombies."
by Prof. Vincent Walsh
from the University College London
Invited by Gregor Thut
October 31st 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Task-related oscillatory power changes and their relation to the haemodynamic response."
by Prof. Krish Singh
from the Cardiff University
Invited by Klaus Kessler
October 24th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Neural synchrony as a mechanism for pathology and development in cortical networks."
by Dr. Peter Uhlhaas
from the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research
Invited by Lars Muckli
October 17th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Investigating the impossible: A skeptical perspective
by Prof. Richard Wiseman
from the University of Hertfordshire
Invited by Rob Jenkins
October 10th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Unnoticed Seeing"
by Prof. Andy Clark
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
October 3rd 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"How can the mirror neuron system infer intentions from observed actions"
by Dr. James Kilner
from the University College London
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
September 26th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Specialized brain mechanisms for the processing of faces
by Prof. Galit Yovel
from the Department of Psychology, University of Tel Aviv, Israel
Invited by Roberto Caldara
June 30th 2008
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Orthographic codes and sublexical processing during reading
by Prof. Manuel Carreiras
from the Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
June 27th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional imaging in psychiatry: From bench to bedside
by Prof. David Linden
from the School of Psychology and North Wales Clinical School, Bangor University
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
June 20th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Emotions and the prefrontal cortex in depression
by Prof. Georg Northoff
from the University of Magdeburg, Germany
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
May 2nd 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Simultaneous TMS and fMRI in spatial cognition research
by Dr Alexander Sack
from the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Invited by Gregor Thut
April 11th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain function during sleep deprivation: multimodal approaches to understanding group and individual differences in cognitive vulnerability
by Prof. Sean Drummond
from the Laboratory of Sleep & Behavioral Neuroscience,
University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.

Invited by Stephany M. Biello
March 14th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Capacity limit of attention and visual short-term memory dissociates from cognitive aptitude
by Dr Rhodri Cusack
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Invited by Lars Muckli
March 13th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Distracted and confused? Brain mechanisms and psychological function of attention under load
by Prof. Nilli Lavie
from the University College of London
Invited by Rob Jenkins
March 7th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Noise-based characterization of small-scale algorithms for visual processing
by Dr Peter Neri
from the Institute of Medical Sciences at Aberdeen Medical School
Invited by Martin Lages
February 29th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Growing Brain
by Prof. Tomas Paus
from the University of Nottingham
Invited by Marie-Hélène Grosbras
February 22nd 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What’s the story? Neuroimaging studies of text comprehension
by Dr Evelyn Ferstl
from the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
February 15th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Perception, action & interaction: brain-damaged and normal evidence
by Dr Rob McIntosh
from the Human Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Monika Harvey
February 1st 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Crossmodal compensation in deafness : from neuronal bases in monkeys to functional brain imaging in humans
by Dr Pascal Barone
from the Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition (CerCo), Toulouse, France
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
January 25th 2008
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
New Findings on the Brain Basis of Musical Skills and Dancing
by Prof. Lawrence Parsons
from the University of Sheffield
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
December 7th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How do monkeys and humans see real-world objects? exploring representational similarity across species
by Dr Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
from the National Institute of Mental Health, Section on Functional Imaging Methods
Laboratory of Brain and Cognition, Bethesda, U.S.A.
Invited by Lars Muckli
November 30th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Music and the Brain
by Prof. Tim Griffiths
from the University of Newcastle
Invited by Pascal Belin
November 23rd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neurophysiology of pain perception
by Dr Markus Ploner
from the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain
Invited by Joachim Gross
November 16th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Embodied semantics: Conceptual representations in the sensory and motor systems
by Dr Markus Kiefer
from the University of Ulm, Germany
Invited by Klaus Kessler
November 9th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Summation and Suppression of Luminance Contrast in Early Vision
by Dr Tim Meese
from the Neurosciences Research Institute, Aston
Invited by David R. Simmons
October 26th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Performance Incentives and the Dynamics of Voluntary Cooperation
by Prof. Simon Gaechter
from the University of Nottingham
Invited by James M. Hillis
October 19th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Detecting sparse signals and sparse connectivity in scale-space, with applications to the 'bubbles' task in an fMRI experiment
by Prof. Keith Worsley
from the McGill University, Canada
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
September 20th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A hierarchy of temporal receptive windows in human cortex
by Dr Uri Hasson
from the Center for Neural Science, New York University, U.S.A.
Invited by Lars Muckli
September 3rd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The cognitive neuroscience of episodic memory: a functional neuroimaging perspective
by Prof. Michael D. Rugg
from the University of California, U.S.A.
Invited by Monika Harvey
April 27th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Event perception and memory: A mind-brain perspective
by Prof. Jeffrey Zacks
from the Department of Psychology, Washington University, U.S.A.
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
March 23rd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Developmental prosopagnosia
by Dr Brad Duchaine
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Invited by A. Mike Burton
March 16th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Single-trial Neuroimaging: Identifying Neural Correlates of Trial-to- Trial Behavioral Variability
by Prof. Paul Sajda
from the Columbia University, New York, U.S.A.
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 14th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Does a Fast, Fear-Related, Subcortical Visual Pathway to the Amygdala exist? Counter-evidences from Affective Blindsight and Monkey’s LFPs
by Sara L. Gonzalez Andino
from the Electrical Neuroimaging Group, Neurology Deptertment, Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland
Invited by Roberto Caldara
March 9th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
DTI, distortions and directions
by Dr Jesper Andersson
from the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain
Invited by Roberto Caldara
March 2nd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Time series analysis with Fieldtrip: concepts and applications
by Dr Robert Oostenveld
from the F.C. Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 23rd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Decoding the ‘listening brain’: Brain reading of auditory percepts in human with functional neuroimaging
by Dr Elia Formisano
from the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Invited by Pascal Belin
February 22nd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Top-down influences on the neural processing of speech sounds
by Dr Milene Bonte
from the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Invited by Pascal Belin
February 16th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Representing Dynamic Information for Object Recognition
by Dr Quoc Vuong
from the Division of Psychology, Newcastle University
Invited by Roberto Caldara
February 9th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
When Thoughts Become Actions: Functional Neuroimaging In Altered States of Consciousness
by Dr Adrian Owen
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Invited by Pascal Belin
February 2nd 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Atypical visual evoked potentials in individuals with autistic spectrum disorder
by Dr Elizabeth Milne
from the University of Sheffield
Invited by David R. Simmons
January 26th 2007
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
From overconfidence to pragmatic implicatures: How people describe uncertain quantities
by Prof. Karl Teigen
from the University of Oslo, Norway
Invited by Linda M. Moxey
December 1st 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Temporal Structure of Visual Perception: Insights From an Illusion of Reversed Motion
by Dr Rufin VanRullen
from the Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition (CerCo), Toulouse, France
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
November 24th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Misbehaviour of Value and the Discipline of the Will
by Prof. Peter Dayan
from the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, University College London

Invited by James M. Hillis
November 17th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuronal dynamics underlying language comprehension
by Dr. Marcel Bastiaansen
from the FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
November 10th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cognition, emotion and hominin mental architecture: an evolutionary analysis
by Dr Philip Barnard
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Invited by Rob Jenkins
November 3rd 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Just how fast is ultra-rapid scene processing
by Prof. Simon Thorpe
from the Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition (CerCo), Toulouse, France
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
October 27th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Exploring the roles of the frontal, temporal and parietal lobes in visual learning and categorization
by Dr David Freedman
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, U.S.A.
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 20th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Putting together the puzzle of multisensory perception
by Dr Marc Ernst
from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tubingen, Germany
Invited by Martin Lages
October 13th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Face processing to see the future
by Prof David Perrett
from the University of St. Andrews
Invited by Monika Harvey
September 15th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Overt and covert processing of emotion from identity in the brain
by Maria A. Bobes
from the Cuban Neuroscience Center, Cuba
Invited by Pascal Belin
September 5th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What speakers do and don't do to be understood by their listeners
by Victor Ferreira
from the University of California, San Diego (USA)
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
August 28th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The intrinsic constraint model for stereo-motion integration
by Prof. Fulvio Domini
from the Brown University, Providence, RI, USA
Invited by James M. Hillis
June 9th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Simulation of another person's behaviour: Effects on attention, emotion and personal-trait judgments
by Prof. Steven Tipper
from the University of Wales, Bangor
Invited by Klaus Kessler
May 26th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mission impossible: combining event-related EEG and fMRI on a single-trial level
by Dr Stefan Debener
from the MRC Institute of Hearing Research
Invited by Roberto Caldara
May 15th 2006
4:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Dynamics and Connectivity: Beyond Blobology
by Prof. Gary Green
from the The York Neuroimaging Centre, University of York
Invited by Roberto Caldara
March 31st 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Dynamics of oscillatory networks in human: from intracranial to eeg-meg scalp recordings
by Dr Olivier Bertrand
from the INSERM, Lyon, France
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 10th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The statistics of natural binocular images
by Dr Paul Hibbard
from the School of Psychology, University of St Andrews
Invited by James M. Hillis
March 3rd 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural Basis of Face Recognition
by Prof. Irving Biederman
from the University of Southern California
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
February 24th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The mystery of patient DF
by Dr Thomas Schenk
from the University of Durham
Invited by Monika Harvey
February 17th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How magicians distort our perception: Misdirection and Representational Momentum
by Dr Gustav Kuhn
from the University of Durham
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
February 10th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Priming of Syntactic Configurational Information
by Dr Timothy Desmet
from the University of Gent, Belgium
Invited by Christoph Scheepers
February 3rd 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Structural and functional brain abnormalities associated with developmental stuttering
by Dr Kate Watkins
from the Department of Experimental Psychology & FMRIB Centre, University of Oxford
Invited by Marie-Hélène Grosbras
January 27th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mechanisms of motion perception: Investigating perceptual interactions between different varieties of motion in human vision
by Dr Tim Ledgeway
from the University of Nottingham
Invited by David R. Simmons
January 20th 2006
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Moving and motion adaptation
by Dr Tom Freeman
from the Cardiff University
Invited by Martin Lages
December 9th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Combining TMS and EEG in cognitive neuroscience: methods and applications
by Dr Gregor Thut
from the University of Geneva, Switzerland
Invited by Roberto Caldara
December 2nd 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia: what makes them real?
by Professor Peter Woodruff
from the University of Sheffield
Invited by Pascal Belin
November 25th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
EEG dynamics underlying visual ERP to faces and objects
by Dr Guillaume Rousselet
from the University of McMaster, Canada
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
November 18th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
So when do listeners use context?
by Dr Jos Van Berkum
from the University of Amsterdam, Department of Psychology, and FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
November 11th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain and molecular mechanisms of vigilant attention
by Prof. Ian Robertson
from the Institute of Neuroscience, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Invited by Monika Harvey
November 4th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
FMRI approaches to high-level vision: object representation and recognition
by Dr Evelyn Eger
from the Functional Imaging Laboratory, University College London
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
October 28th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The modularity of visual working memory revisited
by Dr David Linden
from the University of Bangor, Wales
Invited by Klaus Kessler
October 21st 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Predicting consciousness
by Dr Geraint Rees
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience & Institute of Neurology, University College London
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
October 14th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural complexity in the functional and dysfunctional brain: some tests of the dynamic core hypothesis
by Prof. Adrian Burgess
from the University of Wales, Swansea
Invited by John W. Hinton
October 7th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Clarifying the functional neuro-anatomy of face processing by combining lesion studies and neuroimaging
by Dr Bruno Rossion
from the University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Invited by Roberto Caldara
June 10th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mood congruent memory, another reason to be happy!
by Dr Penny Lewis
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
June 3rd 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Memory, ageing and the brain
by Dr Alexa Morcom
from the Cambridge University
Invited by Monika Harvey
May 27th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Development of perceptual causality
by Dr Anne Schlottmann
from the University College London
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 20th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reading with the Right Hemisphere: Evidence from Developmental Deep Dyslexia
by Dr Nicola Pitchford
from the The University of Nottingham
Invited by David R. Simmons
May 13th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The reconstruction of facial expressions and body postures in embodied systems: new approaches to an old problem
by Prof Karl Grammer
from the Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute for Urban Ethology
Institute for Anthropology

Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 13th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Distributed neuronal assemblies for word processing as revealed by fMRI, EEG, MEG, TMS, and lesion evidence
by Friedemann Pulvermüller
from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
April 29th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eye-movement control during reading
by Professor Reinhold Kliegl
from the University of Potsdam
Germany
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
April 22nd 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Stimulus search and optimisation for visual neurons
by Dr Peter Foldiak
from the School of Psychology, University of St Andrews
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
March 18th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Working memory function and dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease
by Professor Robert Logie
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by A. Mike Burton
March 11th 2005
4:15pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Hemispheric differences in reading
by Dr Michal Lavidor
from the University of Hull
Invited by Stefan R. Schweinberger
March 4th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Sex and agreement: Brain potentials associated to gender and number agreement in Spanish
by Professor Manolo Carreiras
from the Universidad La Laguna
Invited by Patrick Sturt
February 25th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Gestures in music performance: Examples from drumming strategies and expressive movements."
by Sofia Dahl
from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
February 18th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Measuring vision psychophysically with natural-scene stimuli
by Dr David Tolhurst
from the University of Cambridge
Invited by David R. Simmons
February 11th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
'MEG correlates of recognition'
by Dr Astrid Schloerscheidt
from the University of Dundee
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
January 28th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Face perception, face recognition and the processing of emotional facial expression: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
by Professor Martin Eimer
from the Birkbeck College
Invited by Stefan R. Schweinberger
January 21st 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mediating the mapping between language and the visual world
by Professor Gerry Altmann
from the University of York
Invited by Linda M. Moxey
January 14th 2005
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Colour illusions: What do they tell us about the mechanisms of colour vision?
by Professor Alexander Logvinenko
from the Glasgow Caledonian University
Invited by Kerry W. Kilborn
December 10th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Binocular coordination during reading
by Dr Simon Liversedge
from the University of Durham
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
December 10th 2004
2:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Thinking the voice: Cortical processing of vocal sounds
by Dr Pascal Belin
from the Vocal Neurocognition Laboratory, University of Montreal
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
December 3rd 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Inappropriate focus cues cause biases in perceived depth
by Dr Simon Watt
from the University of Wales
Invited by Martin Lages
November 26th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Breakdowns of Autobiographical Memory
by Professor Martin Conway
from the University of Leeds
Invited by Monika Harvey
November 19th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Variations on a Theme of Mach
by Dr Bruce Henning
from the University of Oxford
Invited by Martin Lages
November 19th 2004
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Non-Linear makes beautiful
by Professor Jeanny Herault
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
November 12th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Old dog, new tricks? Probing motion processing, dyslexia and visual search with the Ternus display
by Dr Nick Scott-Samuel
from the University of Bristol
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
November 5th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reconfiguring mind and brain for an upcoming change of task
by Professor Stephen Monsell
from the University of Exeter
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
November 1st 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The psychology of eye-witness identification evidence
by Dr Richard Kemp
from the University of New South Wales
Invited by A. Mike Burton
October 22nd 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Heading in the right direction
by Professor Brian Rogers
from the Oxford University
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
October 15th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Action Perception and Representation: Developing a Psychology of Events
by Thomas F. Shipley
from the Temple university, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
July 2nd 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Steps along the Way from Spectrum to Object
by Ken Knoblauch
from the Inserm U371
Vision et Cerveau
Lyon
France
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
May 21st 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Movement planning and decision making under risk
by Laurence T. Maloney
from the Psychology & Neural Science, New York University
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
March 30th 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Repetition Blindness Isn't A Learned Structural Bias Interpretation of Repetition Deficits in RSVP
by John R. Vokey
from the Behaviour and Evolution Research Group
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Invited by A. Mike Burton
March 22nd 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Self-motion Perception and Action from Complex Optical Flow
by Michiteru Kitazaki
from the Department of Knowledge-based Information Processing
Toyohashi University of Technology
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
March 19th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spatial Representations Activated Through Number Processing
by Martin Fischer
from the Department of Psychology, University of Dundee
Invited by Monika Harvey
March 12th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cognitive processes in chronic insomnia: A role for perception, attention and thought?
by Allison Harvey
from the Department of Psychology, University of Oxford
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
March 5th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Why September is blue, and society tastes of onions: Mechanisms of linguistically triggered synaesthesia
by Julia Simner
from the Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Patrick Sturt
February 27th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Seeing ambiguity
by Paul Goddard
from the Department of Psychology, University of Lincoln
Invited by David R. Simmons
February 27th 2004
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Investigating cortical interactions in large-scale neural networks
by Rainer Goebel
from the Department of Psychology, University of Maastricht
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
February 20th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Human long-term memory and the brain: what and where?
by Kim Graham
from the MRC Cognitive Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Invited by Monika Harvey
February 13th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Talking about places, spaces and faces.
by Kenny Coventry
from the School of Psychology, University of Plymouth
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
February 6th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Automatic activation and inhibition processes in low-level motor control
by Friederike Schlaghecken
from the Department of Psychology, University of Warwick
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
January 30th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reconstructing Distances Among Objects From Their Discriminability
by Hans Colonius
from the Department of Psychology, University of Oldenburg
Invited by Martin Lages
January 23rd 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
'Seeing the wood and the trees: experiments on visual texture'
by Andrew Schofield
from the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
Invited by David R. Simmons
January 16th 2004
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Alignment in human-human and human-computer dialogue
by Martin Pickering
from the Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
December 5th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Perception and action in neglect and optic ataxia - evidence of a double dissociation
by Igor Schindler
from the Department of Psychology, University of Durham
Invited by Monika Harvey
November 28th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Retrieval induced forgetting: inhibition or transfer appropriate forgetting?
by Tim Perfect
from the Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth
Invited by Monika Harvey
November 21st 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Action Monitoring & Interference Control
by Richard Ridderinkhof
from the Dept. of Psychology, University of Amsterdam & Leiden University
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
November 14th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Binocular disparity in natural images
by Paul Hibbard
from the School of Psychology, University of St.Andrews
Invited by Martin Lages
November 7th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Models of Early Spatial Vision
by Felix Wichmann
from the Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen
Invited by Martin Lages
October 31st 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spinning with quantifiers
by Anthony J. Sanford
from the Department of Psychology, University of Glasgow
October 24th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Incremental interpretation of German particle verb constructions:
by Christoph Scheepers
from the Department of Psychology, University of Dundee
Invited by Patrick Sturt
October 17th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Color for Recognition and Action
by Karl Gegenfurtner
from the Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
October 10th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional Imaging of Coherent Visual Perception in the Monkey and the Human
by Zoe Kourtzi
from the Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
May 15th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Object- and location-based IOR: Implications for attention and memory.
by Steve Tipper
from the School of Psychology, University of Wales, Bangor
Invited by Stefan R. Schweinberger
May 9th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Enriched compositional processes in language comprehension
by Brian McElree
from the Department of Psychology, New York University
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
April 25th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eye Movements and Cognitive Processes in Reading: What We’ve Learned about Word Identification
by Alexander Pollatsek
from the Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
March 14th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A Parallel Grains Model for Simple Reaction Time
by Rolf Ulrich
from the Psychologisches Institut, Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
March 7th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Simplicity: A fundamental cognitive principle
by Nick Chater
from the Department of Psychology, University of Warwick
Invited by Simon C. Garrod
February 28th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Priming face processing in the brain
by Richard Henson
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience & Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, University College London
Invited by Stefan R. Schweinberger
February 21st 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Image reconstruction using natural scene statistics predicts many aspects of lightness perception
by Steven Dakin
from the Institute of Ophthalmology , University College London
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
February 14th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Predictive processing in incremental parsing: Evidence from cross-linguistic
by Yuki Kamide
from the Department of Psychology, University of Manchester
Invited by Anthony J. Sanford
February 7th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Why do we move our eyes?
by Iain Gilchrist
from the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol
Invited by Monika Harvey
January 31st 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Consciousness is gated by attending for action: evidence from hemispatial neglect
by Bob Rafal
from the School of Psychology, University of Wales, Bangor
Invited by Sara C. Sereno
January 24th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Properties of residual vision in the cortically blind.
by Arash Sahraie
from the Department of Psychology, University of Aberdeen
Invited by Monika Harvey
January 10th 2003
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Anticipating Objects in Action
by Ian Thornton
from the Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany
Invited by Frank E. Pollick
December 10th 2002
4:25pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Snapshots of completion
by Pat Bennett
from the Department of Psychology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
December 10th 2002
3:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The perception of partly occluded objects
by Allison Sekuler
from the Department of Psychology, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Invited by Philippe G. Schyns
December 6th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuroimaging memory: Is it just modern day phrenology?
by David Donaldson
from the Department of Psychology, University of Stirling
Invited by Stefan R. Schweinberger
November 29th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Some Asymmetries in Repertory Grid and Semantic Differential Data
by Richard Bell
from the Department of Psychology, University of Melbourne
Invited by John B. Gillies
November 22nd 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Dynamics of shape perception
by Gunter Loffler
from the Department of Vision Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University
Invited by David R. Simmons
November 15th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional Utility of Trichromatic Colour Vision: What Can Studies with Monkeys Tell Us ?
by Hannah M. Buchanan-Smith
from the Scottish Primate Research Group, Department of Psychology, University of Stirling
Invited by David R. Simmons
November 8th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visual search and the parietal cortex (and the frontal eye fields and the extrastriate cortex and the primary visual cortex)
by Vincent Walsh
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
November 1st 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Implicit and Explicit Alcohol-related Cognitions and their Role in the Etiology of Alcoholism: Basic Mechanisms and Implications for Interventions.
by Reinold Weirs
from the Department of Experimental Psychology, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Invited by Barry T. Jones
October 25th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The role of stereopsis in surface interpolation
by Laurie Wilcox
from the Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto, Canada
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
October 18th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Are Contours Dead?
by James Elder
from the Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto, Canada
Invited by Pascal Mamassian
July 5th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Shallow Syntactic Processing
by Fernanda Ferreira
from the Michigan State University
May 17th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional MRI reveals the cerebral substrates of linguistic and affective prosody
by Martin Meyer
from the University of Edinburgh
April 26th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Smart Heuristics: Bounded Rationality and the Adaptive Toolbox
by Gerd Gigerenzer
from the Max Planck Institute
March 8th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Computations in human motor learning
by Daniel Wolpert
from the University College London
March 1st 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A novel paradigm to study conscious visual perception
by Raymond Van Ee
from the University of Utrecht
February 22nd 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Psychophysics of natural images
by Tom Troscianko
from the University of Sussex
February 15th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eye movements and cognitive processes in reading
by Keith Rayner
from the University of Massachusets
February 8th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Hands, hemispaces and visually-guided aiming
by David Carey
from the University of Aberdeen
February 1st 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The cognitive neuroscience of human memory: a perspective from neuroimaging
by Michael Rugg
from the University College London
January 25th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Self-monitoring in speech
by Robert Hartsuiker
from the University of Edinburgh
January 18th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Running out of time: Ageing and the biological clock.
by Stephany M. Biello
January 11th 2002
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
When do you become aware of a stimulus
by David Rose
from the University of Surrey
November 30th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Independent use of different kinds of information within a single task
by Eli Brenner
from the University of Rotterdam
November 23rd 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Parasitic Pedagogy: Learning Lessons from the Common Cold
by Seth Bullock
from the University of Leeds
November 16th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The behaviour of humpback whales in Hawaiian waters.
by Alison Craig
November 9th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visuomotor Development: Making Visual Sense of the World
by Patricia Riddell
from the University of Reading
November 2nd 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Configural Face Processing: Inputs & Consequences
by Beena Khurana
from the University of Sussex
October 26th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The many faces of attention and emotion: Behavioural and functional imaging studies in neglect patients
by Patrik Vuilleumier
from the University College London
October 19th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Are perceptual categories really conceptual?
by Debi Roberson
from the University of Essex
October 12th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Focus particles, parsing and interpretation
by Kevin Paterson
from the University of Derby
May 25th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Human Conceptual System
by Lawrence W. Barsalou
from the Emory University, Atlanta, USA
April 27th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Language physiology and language philosophy. A few words on words in the brain and Wittgenstein
by Friedemann Pulvermüller
from the Medical Research Council - Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
March 9th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Prediction in movement control
by Alan Wing
from the University of Birmingham
March 2nd 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Do the Eyes Have it? Cues to the Direction of Social Attention
by Stephen Langton
from the University of Stirling
February 23rd 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Reading faces
by David Perrett
from the University of St. Andrews
February 16th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The executive control of action: Evidence from language switching
by Stephen Jackson
from the University of Nottingham
February 9th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Altered states: the psychopharmacology of 'Ecstasy'
by Jon Cole
from the University of Liverpool
February 2nd 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Some differences between familiar and unfamiliar face processing
by A. Mike Burton
January 19th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Seeing speech in the brain
by Ruth Campbell
from the University College London
January 12th 2001
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Own-Face Effect: The neurophysiological basis of self-identity
by James Tanaka
from the Oberlin College
December 8th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Neural Machinery of Working Memory - A Comparative Approach
by Onur Güntürkün
from the Ruhr-University of Bochum
December 1st 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
An experience-based model of syntactic ambiguity resolution using dynamic grammars and recursive neural networks
by Patrick Sturt
November 24th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Analysing irrational choices
by Martin Lages
November 23rd 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neglect and the Dorsal Stream: How Impaired is the Action System?
by Monika Harvey
from the University of Bristol
November 17th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Investigating neural mechanisms of visual spatial attention by means of the steady-state visual evoked potential
by Matthias Müller
from the University of Liverpool
November 3rd 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Image-based object recognition
by Heinrich Bülthoff
from the Max-Planck Institute of Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen
October 20th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Animal models of amnesia: The effects of hippocampal lesions on olfactory and spatial memory in the rodent
by Paul Dudchenko
from the University of Stirling
June 2nd 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional neuroanatomy of semantic memory: Evidence from event-related potential studies
by Markus Kiefer
from the University of Ulm
May 12th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuropsychological assessment and the question of termination of hydration and feeding
by Tom MacMillan
from the University of Glasgow
May 5th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Conversations with language-impaired children: what goes wrong and why?
by Dorothy Bishop
from the University of Oxford
March 17th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Monitoring the state of the motor system by movement-related brain potentials
by Hartmut Leuthold
from the Humboldt University, Berlin
March 10th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How do we plan words when we speak? -- An overview
by Ardi Roelofs
from the Max-Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegan
March 3rd 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The syntactic process
by Mark Steedman
from the University of Edinburgh
February 25th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visuo-motor couplings in imitative and object-guided actions: A review
by Stefan Vogt
from the Lancaster University
February 18th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Interactive communication: Theory and experiments
by Simon C. Garrod
February 11th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Identification of the eye-hand-brain system with point processes: A new approach to simple reaction time
by Bill Simpson
from the Glasgow Caledonian University
February 4th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Psychological profiles of managers in formerly communist countries
by Mark Cook
from the University of Wales, Swansea
January 28th 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A Simplicity Principle In Unsupervised Human Categorization
by Emmanuel Pothos
from the University of Wales, Bangor
January 21st 2000
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Sight unseen: the neuropsychology of visually guided action
by David Milner
from the University of St. Andrews
May 6th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The cognitive psychology of auditory distraction
by [TBA]
April 29th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Some thoughts on change blindness
by [TBA]
April 22nd 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visual control of locomotion
by [TBA]
March 25th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Levels of attentional selectivity and cross-modal links in attention: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
by [TBA]
March 11th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Active vision: Why do we need to attend?
by [TBA]
March 4th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How is the use of memory controlled
by [TBA]
February 25th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) investigation of brain function in humans with normal and disordered vision
by Stephen J. Anderson
from the Royal Holloway, London
February 18th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The psychology of paranormal belief and ostensibly paranormal experiences
by Christopher C. French
from the Goldsmiths College, London
February 11th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What is improved by visual attention?
by Michael J. Morgan
from the University College London
February 4th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Individual Differences Psychology: The end of an era. Where do we go from here?
by Paul Barrett
from the State Hospital, Carstairs
January 28th 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Language skills and learning to read
by Kate Nation
from the University of York
January 21st 1999
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
From neurons to motorway madness
by Robert J. Snowden
from the Cardiff University
November 26th 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Visual interpolation and segmentation of sampled contours
by Laurence T. Maloney
from the New York University
November 19th 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
It's written all over your face: Tapping the mechanisms underlying facial expression perception
by Andy Calder
from the Cambridge University
November 12th 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Does drawing facilitate recall in children?
by Glyn Thomas
from the University of Birmingham
October 29th 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Phonological coding in word perception and reading
by Alexander Pollatsek
from the University of Massachussetts, Amherst
October 22nd 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Recent investigations of visual perception in Aberdeen
by Jan B. Deregowski
from the University of Aberdeen
October 15th 1998
4:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Task set and attention: Facilitation and suppression of competing tasks
by Alan Allport
from the University of Oxford