COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE TALKS
  The Cognitive Neuroscience talks are usually held fortnightly on Wednesdays at 1pm in the Seminar room. Staff and postgraduates working in the fields such as Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Neuropsychology and Neuroscience are invited to present some of their current research. All staff and students are very welcome to attend the meetings.
  For further information about these events, please contact Petra Vetter.
SCHEDULED TALKS
COMING SOON
PAST PRESENTATIONS
May 19th 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Developmental origins of the social brain in infancy
by Dr Tobias Grossman
from the Birkbeck University
Invited by Pascal Belin
March 31st 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Bubbles and Voice: acoustical features, behaviour and brain function linked by reversed correlation’
by Ian Charest
March 24th 2010
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Social Alignment through Synchronization - a preliminary fMRI study’
by Laura Menenti
March 24th 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Atypical Cross-modal Sensations in Synaesthetes as Assessed by MEG’
by Flor Kusnir
March 10th 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* "A Head Direction System in the Human Brain"
by Michael Smith
from the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Invited by Lars Muckli
February 17th 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘ORE- Investigating same - vs. other-race Face Representations in the Visual Cortex’
by Luca Vizioli
February 10th 2010
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuromagnetic correlates of face processing in normal and impaired cases
by Dr. Christian Dobel
from the Institute for Biomagnetisms and Biosignal Analysis, University of Münster

Invited by Hartmut Leuthold
February 10th 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Neural Dynamics Underlying Individual and Joint-Action Task Performance’
by Heng-Ru May Tan
February 3rd 2010
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Dynamics of ménage à trois in moving plaid ambiguous plaid perception
by Jean-Michel Hupé
from the Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, Toulouse, France
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
January 27th 2010
2:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Debate* Final Meeting re: CogNeuro Presentations 'Does BOLD fMRI reveal Pseudo Neuronal Activity?'
by
Invited by Carol Sheridan
December 16th 2009
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Social Alignment through Synchronization’
by Nienke Hoogenboom
December 16th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘fMRI Investigation of the Representation of Voices’
by Marianne Latinus
December 14th 2009
1:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi pre-debate Presentation* Sirotin YB, Das A. (2009) Anticipatory haemodynamic signals in sensory cortex not predicted by local neuronal activity. Nature. 22;457(7228):475-9
by Heng-Ru May Tan
December 14th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi pre-debate Presentation* Viswanathan A, Freeman RD. (2007) Neurometabolic coupling in cerebral cortex reflects synaptic more than spiking activity. Nat Neurosci.;10(10):1308-12.
by Phil McAleer
December 9th 2009
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘The Precuneus Role in Third-person Perspective of Social Interaction’
by Frank E. Pollick
December 9th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* ‘Neural Correlates of Gaze Perception’
by Susan Beaton
December 7th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Pre-debate Presentation* Lauritzen M. (2005) Reading vascular changes in brain imaging: is dendritic calcium the key? Nat Rev Neurosci 2005;6:77-85
by Petra Vetter
December 2nd 2009
11:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
MRI Safety Regulations Talk
by Frances Crabbe
November 30th 2009
1:15pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Pre-debate Presentation* Logothetis NK. (2008) Nature. What we can do and what we cannot do with fMRI. 453(7197):869-78 Goense and Logothetis (2008) Neurophysiology of the BOLD fMRI Signal in Awake Monkeys. Current Biology 18, 631–640 Niessing,
by Nienke Hoogenboom
November 25th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
MRI Safety Regulations
by Barrie Condon
from the MRI Unit, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow
Invited by Frances Crabbe
October 28th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
An introduction to spectroscopy
by John McLean
from the Institute of Neurological Sciences, Southern General Hospital
Invited by Roberto Caldara
October 18th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
MRI Safety Regulations
by Barrie Condon
from the MRI Unit, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow
Invited by Roberto Caldara
October 14th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Markers of Excitatory-Inhibitory Balance Related to the Processing of Sounds
by Nathan Weisz
from the Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz
Invited by Joachim Gross
October 7th 2009
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* "Classification of Auditory Scene Stimuli in Visual Cortex"
by Petra Vetter
October 7th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* "Embodied Language Comprehension in Reported Speech: Studies with fMRI"
by Bo Yao
September 9th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* “A Comparative Study of Cerebral Voice Processing”
by Pascal Belin
September 2nd 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Cultural Concepts of Emotion - a look at the minds eye", Social Interactions Project Scientific Presentation
by Rachael E. Jack
August 17th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A voice region in the monkey brain
by Chris Petkov
from the University of Newcastle
Invited by Pascal Belin
July 1st 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"Vocal attractiveness perception: behavioural and MRI results", Social Interactons Project
by Patricia Bestelmeyer
June 16th 2009
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Spatially and frequency specific biasing of visual detection through rhythmic TMS over occipito-parietal sites: Evidence for a causal role of posterior alpha-oscillations in sensory selection
by Gregor Thut & Vincenzo Romei
Invited by Roberto Caldara
June 16th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Early Visual Sensitivity to Diagnostic Information during the Processing of Facial Expressions
by Lucy S. Petro
June 10th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* “Event-related potentials can reveal the precise time course of contextual predictability effects”
by Christopher J. Hand
May 27th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The enhanced brain excitability induced by watching dance depends upon spectators’ visual experience
by Corinne Jola
May 20th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Steady-state and transient visual responses: are they the same?
by Almudena Capilla
May 13th 2009
12:30pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* “A Closer Look at Depth of Processing”
by Philip Collard
May 13th 2009
12:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*CCNi Project Review* “Cerebral Bases of Multimodal Gender Perception”
by Rebecca Watson
May 6th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Social Interactions Project Scientific Meeting "What are they doing? Detection of social interaction from dyadic point-light displays" by Karin Petrini and "How to assess interactive alignment during verbal exchanges" by Branka Milivojevic.
by Simon C. Garrod
April 29th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
How many can you see at a glance? Attentional requirements of visual enumeration
by Petra Vetter
April 22nd 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Other-Race Faces All Look Alike to Me and My N170
by Luca Vizioli
April 1st 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Social Interactions Project Scientific Meeting 'Dynamics of representational changes in the Brain . . .' - Nicola Van Rijsbergen & 'Universality and cultural diversity in first impressions from faces' - Roberto Caldara
by Simon C. Garrod
March 25th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neurovascular coupling? – the standard model of BOLD signal challenged
by Lars Muckli
March 18th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The processing of facial expressions: automatic or task-dependent?
by Luisa S. Frei
March 11th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
*"Voice perception explained"*: neural evidence providing support for the voice perception model
by Ian Charest
March 4th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Controlling for interstimulus perceptual variance abolishes N170 face selectivity
by Pascal Belin
February 25th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Repetition priming of facial identity with antiface adaptation: A proposed N250r study
by Graham MacKenzie
February 18th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Are the effects of stimulus orientation on N170 category specific?
by Branka Milivojevic
February 11th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Learning motor actions by observing others: The roles of the mirror neuron system and prefrontal cortex
by Dr Stefan Vogt
from the Department of Psychology, Lancaster University
Invited by Klaus Kessler
February 10th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Contextual association network and retinotopic visual areas (V1, V3a) involved in prediction of movements in natural visual scenes
by Fabiana Mesquita De Carvalho
January 28th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Round table on gamma band oscillations
by Joachim, Jan-Mathijs, Guillaume and Roberto
Invited by Roberto Caldara
January 21st 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Microsaccades and gamma band oscillations
by Roberto Caldara
January 20th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
EEG studies on gamma band oscillations
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
January 14th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Animal and MEG studies on gamma band oscillations
by Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen
January 13th 2009
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Basics of wavelet analyses
by Joachim Gross
December 17th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Age-related delay in information accrual for faces: Evidence from a parametric, single-trial EEG approach
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
December 10th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuronic Source Localizer: software for estimating the inverse solution through different methods
by Ileana Quinones
December 3rd 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Caret in practice
by Dr Cyril Pernet
from the SFC Brain Imaging Research Center, University of Edinburgh

Invited by Pascal Belin
November 26th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Deep Brain Stimulation as a method of treating Schizophrenia
by Colin Waddell
from the University of Glasgow, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
November 25th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
One sound, two percepts: Predicting future speech perception from brain activation during audiovisual exposure
by Niclas Kilian-Hütten
from the Dept of Cognitive Neuroscience, Faculty of Pychology and Neuroscience, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Invited by Pascal Belin
November 19th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuroimaging of expectations in the Attentional Blink
by Sarah Mohammed
November 12th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Society for Neuroscience previews
by Fabiana Mesquita De Carvalho & Franck Pollick
Invited by Roberto Caldara
November 5th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Functional biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease
by Kerry W. Kilborn
October 29th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eye Movement Strategies in Easterners and Westerners
by Rachael E. Jack
October 22nd 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
In search for the referent: How eye tracking and electrophysiological measurements may reveal the role of different discourse constructional factors in anaphor resolution.
by Dr. Monique Lamers
from the Radboud University Nijmegen
Invited by Sara C. Sereno
October 20th 2008
3:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Seeing by ear: auditory perception abilities and brain plasticity following complete vision loss
by Catherine Wan
from the University of Melbourne
Invited by Pascal Belin
October 8th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain connectivity in MEEG: does it exist?
by Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen
August 20th 2008
2:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The psychological and neurophysiological mechanisms of pain perception
by Marc-Olivier Martel
from the McGill University, Department of Psychology
Invited by Ian Charest
May 28th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
TMS studies of the face processing network
by David Pitcher
from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Invited by Roberto Caldara
May 21st 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Cognitive Neuroscience of the Human Voice
by Ian Charest
May 7th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
On-line and off-line visuomotor behaviour in hemispatial neglect
by Stephanie Rossit
April 23rd 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Simple recipes to ensure the robustness of ANOVAs, pairwise comparisons, and linear regressions - or how to bootstrap your GLM
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
April 16th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Mechanistic modelling of the neocortex - insights into non-invasive signals
by Michael A. Dempster
April 9th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Voice Recognition
by Marianne Latinus
April 2nd 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
A parametric hierarchical EEG approach to study object processing speed in younger and older observers
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 26th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neurofunctional and psychophysical follow-up of audiovisual speech perception in deaf cochlear implant subjects
by Julien Rouger
February 28th 2008
2:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
"From Where to How: A Research Pathfinding in Mapping Connectivity Networks"
by Paolo Belardinelli
Invited by Joachim Gross
February 27th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Language-specific signals of affect and identity in voice neuroscience research: confound or opportunity?
by Bob Ladd
from the University of Edinburgh
Invited by Pascal Belin
February 13th 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Eigenmaps and Eigenfaces: A mixed multivariate analysis of Bubbles and EEG
by Oliver G. B. Garrod
January 21st 2008
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The processing of facial expressions: automatic or task-dependent?
by Luisa S. Frei
December 12th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Probability summation and phase spectrum are sufficient to support animal detection in multiple scenes.
by Carl M. Gaspar
November 28th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Rhythms of the brain - Cycle 3
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
October 30th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Rhythms of the brain - Cycle 2
by Lars Muckli
October 17th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Rhythms of the brain - Cycle 1
by Rachael E. Jack
July 4th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Using psychophysics and facial statistics to understand the information underlying face identification
by Carl Gaspar
from the McMaster University, ON, Canada
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
March 28th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Electrophysiological markers of voice gender
by Ian Charest
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 7th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Imaging of the Brain: fMRI preprocessing, fMRI statistics (glm)
by Dr Jesper Andersson
from the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain
Invited by Roberto Caldara
February 21st 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Language Processing and Human voice perception in Schizophrenia: an fMRI study
by Dr. Michihiko Koeda
from the Department of Neuropsychiatry
Nippon Medical School, Tokyo, Japan
Invited by Pascal Belin
February 14th 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The associative mechanisms underlying the identification of people : electrophysiological and functional cerebral imaging studies
by Frédéric Joassin, Ph.D.
from the Université catholique de Louvain
Invited by Pascal Belin
January 31st 2007
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Information integration over the N170
by Philippe G. Schyns
December 13th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Real-world interference in counterfactual and negated worlds: Eye-movements, ERP & Time-frequency analysis
by Heather J. Ferguson
December 6th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Voice Production and Perception: Between phylogenetic data and sociocultural models
by Laetitia Bruckert
November 22nd 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
[Postponed] Morphing faces: a demonstration of psychomorph
by Ian Charest
November 15th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
discussion of: "Neural Representation of Task Difficulty and Decision Making during Perceptual Categorization: A Timing Diagram"
by Guillaume A. Rousselet
November 1st 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
On the use of functional regions of interest, discussion around the 'comments and controversies' published in neuroimage 30 (2006)
by Cyril Pernet
October 24th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The neuronal and behavioural bases of active touch and tactile working memory
by Amanda Kaas
Invited by Guillaume A. Rousselet
October 11th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Chronic neural noise: A possible neural basis of autism spectrum disorders
by David R. Simmons
May 31st 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural substrates for imitation at different levels of action description in the human brain revealed by fMRI adaptation
by Vaia Lestou
April 26th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Discussion on: Eye gaze does not produce reflexive shifts of attention: Evidence from frontal-lobe damage
by Markus Bindemann
March 29th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Stimulus selectivity: when task matters
by Cyril Pernet
March 15th 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The BOLD signal: interpretations and limitations
by Cyril Pernet
March 1st 2006
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Synchronization and causality between biological oscillations
by Bojan Musizza
from the Stefan Institute Ljubljana

Invited by Simon C. Garrod
November 30th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The effects of prior use of MDMA(Ecstasy) on specific executive functions.
by Richard I. Dafters
November 16th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Discussion on "A mechanism for cognitive dynamics: neuronal communication through neuronal coherence". Article by Pascal Fries, TICS, 2005
by Marie L. Smith
November 2nd 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Advanced MR Techniques
by Barrie Condon
from the MRI Unit, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow




Invited by Pascal Belin
October 19th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Discussion on "Timing of the brain events underlying access to consciousness during the attentional blink" by Sergent, Baillet and Dehaene ---- The PDF of the presentation is available for download
by Klaus Kessler
April 20th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Parietal lobe contributions to response inhibition
by Monika Harvey
March 2nd 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Behavioral and electrophysiological effects of famous face repetition
by Ulla Martens
February 16th 2005
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Attention bias to faces
by Markus Bindemann
December 1st 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The effects of alcohol on orienting of attention: Evidence from an event-related potential study
by Tracy J. Cooper
November 22nd 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Do we only queue and share? Mechanisms underlying dual-task interference.[CANCELLED]
by Ines Jentzsch
from the University of St Andrews
Invited by Stephen H. Butler
November 17th 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Neural representations of faces
by Stefan R. Schweinberger
October 20th 2004
1:00pm
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
What is wrong with hand and foot? Paradoxical lateralization and a new paradox.
by Hartmut Leuthold
February 18th 2004
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Face Prototypes: Stable but also Flexible?
by Claus-C. Carbon
February 4th 2004
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The investigation of the "other-race" effect: From brain waves to artificial neuronal networks
by Roberto Caldara
January 22nd 2004
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Isolating the Top-Down Component of Perceptual Learning
by Frédéric Gosselin
from the Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada
January 21st 2004
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Attention & the speed of information processing
by Elizabeth Ann Bonnar
December 10th 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Person perception in typical and atypical infants and children: form, movement and meaning.
by Derek Moore
December 3rd 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Transmitting and decoding facial expression of emotion
by Marie L. Smith
November 19th 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Using space and time to modulate categorisation of human movements
by Helena M. Paterson
October 29th 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Response biases and fixation patterns in the processing of gender based chimeric faces
by Stephen H. Butler
February 26th 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Interactions between the processing of facial identity and emotional expression? Factors influencing orthogonal interference when applying Garner\'s paradigm of selective attention to face stimuli.
by Juergen M. Kaufmann
February 12th 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Movements and faces in the perception of emotion
by Helena M. Paterson
January 22nd 2003
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Measures of implicit social cognition: The Brain\'s response
by Hartmut Leuthold
December 18th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The involvement of parietal areas in human imitation of arm movements
by Vaia Lestou
December 11th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Repetition Priming may not be what it seems
by Rob Jenkins
November 6th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Facial familiarity facilitates the decision about emotional expression
by Nele Wild-Wall
from the Humboldt-University of Berlin
October 16th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain potentials reflect impaired and preserved cognitive operations in a case of prosopagnosia
by Antonieta Bobes-Leon
from the MRC-CBU
October 15th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Affective priming of faces - Evidence from behavioral and electrophysiological measures
by Katja Werheid
from the Humboldt Universitaet Berlin
May 29th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Parallel preparation of hand and eye movements ???
by Ines Jentzsch
May 15th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain correlates of the processing of personal names
by Stefan R. Schweinberger
May 1st 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Exploring information use in prosopagnosia
by Philippe G. Schyns
April 17th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The Neural Mechanisms of stereoscopic vision
by David R. Simmons
March 6th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
There's more to spit than meets the eye! : psychological stress and salivary psychophysiology
by John W. Hinton
February 20th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Exploring semantic and name matching tasks with event related potentials
by Vyvian Huddy
February 6th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Lexical Ambiguity Resolution: Evidence from eye movements and ERPs
by Sara C. Sereno
January 30th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
ERP priming effects in name recognition
by Esther C. Pickering
January 16th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Inhibitory processes in visual word recognition: Evidence from foveal and parafoveal form priming paradigms
by Jeremy Pacht
January 9th 2002
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Low-level resonance in imitative movements
by Frank E. Pollick
December 5th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Size Processing in Hemispatial Neglect
by Monika Harvey
November 21st 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
To see or not to see: A role for re-entrant visual processing
by Hartmut Leuthold
November 7th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Hemispheric Asymmetries in Repetition Priming of Proper Nouns
by Amy Lisa Ramsay
from the University of Glasgow
October 31st 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Ontological Category Effects in Word Processing
by Lorna I. Morrow
October 17th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
CogNeuro Group Social meeting (all are invited) Themes: New developments and planed projects
by Stefan, Hartmut, Monika…
from the University of Glasgow
July 4th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Sequence dependent Aftereffects in two-choice tasks: Testing different explanatory concepts
by Ines Jentzsch
June 19th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Clinical application of cognitive ERPs: Developing a diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's disease
by Kerry W. Kilborn
June 6th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Does face recognition depend on interhemispheric cell assemblies?
by Margarethe Blümler
from the Universität Mainz
May 23rd 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Alcohol-related associations and ad lib consumption in social drinkers: beyond using rational responses
by Barry T. Jones
May 2nd 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
ERP correlates of person recognition in repetition priming studies
by Esther C. Pickering
March 14th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Parallel or sequential access to semantics and names of familiar faces? Evidence from RTs and ERPs
by Stefan R. Schweinberger
February 28th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Running out of time? Ecstasy and circadian clock function
by Stephany M. Biello
February 14th 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Independent component analysis and its application to ERP data
by Ines Jentzsch
January 31st 2001
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Cerebral Lateralization and Bias on the Illumination Position
by Pascal Mamassian
December 13th 2000
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain correlates of information processing with(out) metacontrast masking
by Hartmut Leuthold
November 29th 2000
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
The credit assignment problem
by Philippe G. Schyns
November 15th 2000
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Personal names and the right hemisphere: An illusory link?
by Stefan R. Schweinberger
November 1st 2000
12:00am
Seminar Room, 58 Hillhead Street
Modular vs integrated processing of facial identity and emotional expression
by Juergen M. Kaufmann