Seminar Series

June 4th 2020 2:30PM
Location: via zoom
Vision-based AI in Social Signal Processing
Dr Marwa Mahmoud

May 1st 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
To be confirmed
Prof Greg Walton

March 27th 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A domain-general dynamic framework for social perception
Prof Jon Freeman

March 20th 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The Psychology of Technology: Past, Present and Future
Amy Orben

March 6th 2020 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Supporting Autistic Students: Understanding Drop Out, Camouflaging and First Impressions
Dr Eilidh Cage

February 28th 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neural circuitry of memory and decision-making in health and disease
Dr. Mick Craig

February 14th 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Inaugural talk - Routing and processing of sensory in cortical layers
Dr. Michael Kohl

February 7th 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Strategic brain routes for learning and plasticity
Professor Zoe Kourtzi

January 31st 2020 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Inaugural Talk - Simulating human behavior, psychology envisioned as an engineering science
Prof Stacy Marsella

November 29th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A decade of demented mice: from brainwaves to blood-flow
Professor Andrew Randall

November 22nd 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Dopamine and decisions about cognitive control
Prof Roshan Cools

November 15th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Towards an Objective Evaluation of EEG/MEG Source Estimation Methods
Dr Olaf Hauk

November 8th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The use of colour vision in distinguishing light from material
Prof. Fred Kingdom

October 25th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
From essences to predictions: A brain-based understanding of emotion.
Prof Lisa Feldman Barrett

October 11th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Moral Overreach and Ethical Failure in Setting Psychological Research Standards
Professor Roger Giner-Sorolla

October 9th 2019 12PM
Location: via Zoom
Women’s Lived Professorial Experiences of Career Advancement in Higher Education: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Lara Wehbe

October 4th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The anatomo-functional role of the subthalamic nucleus in strategic decision-making
Professor Birte Forstmann

September 20th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A Variant Impression Formation Space Across Social Categories
Dr Eric Hehman

September 13th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Transforming teaching in tricky times
Professor Niamh Stack

July 9th 2019 2PM
Location: via Zoom
Predicting Outcome in Youth Mental Health
Professor Stephen Wood

June 28th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Let's Chat! Can Virtual Agents Learn How to Have a Conversation?
Professor Verena Rieser

June 27th 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Large-scale analysis of electrophysiology data in cognitive neurology
Dr Denis A. Engemann

June 18th 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Multimodal Neuroimaging-Based Closed-Loop Neurofeedback: Applications in Neuroscience Research and Clinical Rehabilitation.
Dr Ranganatha Sitaram

May 31st 2019 11:45AM
Location: via Zoom
Tracking the neural footprints of memories over time
Dr Maria Wimber

May 31st 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
How a desynchronized cortex and a synchronized hippocampus cooperatively form and retrieve memories
Dr Simon Hanslmayr

April 5th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Blogs, Social Media and Gamification: How Elves (and Humans) Can Close the Gap Between Research and Practice
André Tomlin

March 22nd 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Confidence and Adaptive Decision Making
Dr Nick Yeung

March 15th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Mismatch Between Social Versus Biological Clocks in Teenage Years Compromise Performance: First Insights on Molecular Mechanism
Dr Martha Merrow

March 14th 2019 11:30AM
Location: via Zoom
The Adaptive Recruitment and Regulation of Cognitive Control: From Basic Mechanisms to Mental Health
Dr Franziska Plessow

March 13th 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Editing and Other Adventures in Measuring Neurochemicals by MRS
Stephen R.Williams

March 12th 2019 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Cultivating Well-Being Beyond Symptomatology in Paranoia; the Feasibility, Acceptability and Benefit of a Positive Psychology Group Intervention
Dr Carmen Valiente

March 8th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Shaping an Unfolding Experience into a Memory Code
Lluís Fuentemilla

March 1st 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Do Neurons Process Information Efficiently?
Dr James V Stone

February 22nd 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Mapping the Human Auditory Pathway: Computational Models and UHF MRI
Federico de Martino

February 20th 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Dissociable Neural Information Dynamics for Conscious Contents and Cognitive Control
Dr Andrés Canales-Johnson

February 15th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Grassroots Training for Reproducible Science
Dr. Katherine Button

February 8th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Justify Everything (Or: Why All Norms You Rely on When Doing Research Are Wrong)
Daniël Lakens

February 1st 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Can Non-Conscious Representations Support High-Level Cognition?
Prof.David Soto

January 29th 2019 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Human Intelligible Machine Intelligence (OR Grounding Perception in Language for Explainable AI)
Siddharth Narayanaswamy

January 25th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Higher Education: An Inclusive Environment?
Margaret Sutherland

January 18th 2019 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Understanding the Transition from Suicidal Thoughts to Suicide Attempts
Prof. Rory O'Connor

December 7th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Human Social Interaction
Dr Antonia Hamilton

November 30th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
CANCELLED
Dr. James Stone

November 23rd 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Understanding the Origins of Social, Economic and Attractiveness Preferences: Data from Hadza foragers
Prof Coren Apicella

November 16th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Replication and Generalisation: Crowdsourcing Better Research
Prof. Lisa DeBruine

November 9th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Molecular Imaging of the Human Emotion Circuit
Prof.Lauri Nummenmaa

November 2nd 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
When Feedback Is Forgotten
Dr.Robert Nash

October 26th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Understanding Variability in Brain and Behavior
Prof Tobias Donner

October 12th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Interactions between metabolic, reward and cognitive processes in appetite control
Prof Suzanne Higgs

October 12th 2018 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Assembling Tridimensional Brain Models to Study Human Development and Disease
Prof Sergiu P Paşca

October 5th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How do we store and retrieve knowledge
Prof Beth Jefferies

September 28th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Relapse Prevention: An Elusive Target for Psychological Interventions for Psychosis?
Prof Andrew Gumley

September 14th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How to study the brain by combining electrophysiology and fMRI
Dr René Scheeringa

May 31st 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Brain network dynamics, cognition and criticality: insights from MEG research
Profs Satu/Matias Palva

May 3rd 2018 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Building Seminar Room (room 361),
Spinal circuits controlling itch and pain
Dr Hendrik Wildner

April 27th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Biased Facial-Emotion Perception in Mental Health Disorders: A Possible Target for Psychological Intervention?
Professor Ian Penton-Voak

April 25th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Magnetic Resonance Imaging: New Frontiers in Speed and Precision’
Professor David Porter

April 20th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Midfrontal theta: a burgeoning multiscale perspective
Dr Mike X Cohen

April 12th 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Cellular mechanisms for sensory perception
Dr Naoya Takahashi

April 9th 2018 12PM
Location: via Zoom
Multi-locus transcranial magnetic stimulation: moving beyond the current state of the art in noninvasive brain stimulation
Dr. Jaakko Nieminen

April 6th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Clinical Neurofeedback using fMRI Principles Results & Future Developments
Prof David Linden

March 22nd 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Using rhythmic network activity to probe neural circuit function
Dr Michael T Craig

March 16th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Dazed and confused? Neural origins of behavioral variability in value-based choice
Professor Christian Ruff

March 15th 2018 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room, 361
What does vascular endothelial growth factor have to do with pain?
Professor Lucy Donaldson

March 8th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Portraits of Neuronal Communication
Dr Gerald Hahn

March 8th 2018 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room, Room 361
A Tale of Two Touches
Dr Andrew Marshall and Prof Francis McGlone

March 2nd 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Mismatch between social versus biological clocks in the teenage years compromise performance: first insights on molecular mechanism
Professor Martha Merrow

March 1st 2018 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (room 361)
Stratified & Precision Medicine in Genetic Epilepsy
Professor Sameer M Zuberi

February 23rd 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Biased Facial-Emotion Perception in Mental Health Disorders: A Possible Target for Psychological Intervention?
Professor Ian Penton-Voak

February 22nd 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Spinal microcircuits for itch and pain
Dr Junichi Hachisuka

February 16th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Psychological barriers to sustainable behaviour: Evidence from travel and energy research
Dr Ian Walker

February 16th 2018 12PM
Location: via Zoom
Power analysis in Psychological Research
Dr Ian Walker

February 15th 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Predictive ensemble decoding of somatosensory-guided behaviour
Dr Michael Kohl

February 9th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Using a Confirmatory Research Lens to Calibrate Our Expectations About Paediatric Sleep and the Digital Displacement Hypothesis
Professor Andrew Przybylski

February 9th 2018 10:30AM
Location: via Zoom
Everything you wanted to know about Preregistration but were afraid to ask
Professor Andrew Przybylski

February 8th 2018 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room
Spinal Cord Stimulation: History, Mechanisms and Evidence along with Reflections on Clinical Experience.
Dr. Andrew N. Crockett MBBS FRCA

February 2nd 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Towards a Pre-Emptive and Translational Neuroscience of Schizophrenia: A Perspective
Professor Peter Uhlhaas

January 30th 2018 4:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Fantastic DNimals and where to find them.
Dr Steven Scholte

January 30th 2018 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Assessment and Feedback: Moving students from feedback consumers to feedback producers
Professor David Nicol

January 26th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Semantic representation and its disorders
Professor Matthew Lambon Ralph

January 19th 2018 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Modelling the brain and behaviour in schizophrenia
Dr Rick Adams

January 18th 2018 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (room 361)
Using chemogenetics to interrogate nociceptor function
Dr. Greg Weir

December 1st 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Introducing Nature Human Behaviour
Stavroula Kousta

November 24th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Does recollection have its own brain network?
Professor Michael D. Rugg

November 22nd 2017 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Effects of phonological and lexical processing on speech segmentation
Dr Johanna Rimmele

November 17th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Prefrontal circuits underlying anxiety and anhedonia: studies of emotion regulation in a primate.
Professor Angela Roberts

November 10th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Varying the perceived personality from voices
Dr Philip McAleer

October 26th 2017 10AM
Location: via Zoom
cSCAN Debate
Professors Damon Centola, Robin Dunbar, Andrew Przybylski & Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson

October 19th 2017 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room, Room 361
Mechanistic stratification of visceral pain using human tissue
Dr David Bulmer

October 13th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Tutorial
Dr Monika Harvey

October 6th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Towards Computational Psychiatry: Combining Neuroimaging, Pharmacology and Modeling to Understand Schizophrenia Neurobiology
Alan Anticevic

June 29th 2017 10AM
Location: L0-007, Teaching & Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Cardiovascular and body imaging at 7T: Promises, Challenges and Opportunities for Translation
Professor Tim Leiner

June 23rd 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Control of brain and cardiac blood flow by capillary pericytes in health and disease
Professor David Atwell

May 12th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Gene therapy for refractory epilepsy
Professor Dimitri Kullmann

May 5th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Sex chromosomes, language, autism and the brain: unravelling the mystery
Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop

May 5th 2017 12:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Women in psychological sciences
Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop

May 5th 2017 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Is there a reproducibility crisis and what can we do about it?
Professor Dorothy V. M. Bishop

April 28th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Imaging Pain, Analgesia and Anaesthesia Induced Altered States of Consciousness with Advanced Neuroimaging
Professor Irene Tracey

April 7th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The postnatal development of nociceptive circuits: a little pain goes a long way
Professor Maria Fitzgerald

April 6th 2017 3PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Functional imaging of the human spinal cord
Dr Falk Eippert

April 5th 2017 4PM
Location: Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
The UK7T Network - Building a Platform for Clinical Collaboration
Dr Stuart Clare

March 31st 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Are some experiences impossible to put into words?
Professor Asifa Majid

March 30th 2017 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Enter the Matrix: Novel Therapeutic Targets for Ischemic Stroke and Vascular Dementia
Professor Gregory Bix

March 17th 2017 4PM
Location: via Zoom
CNTNAP2 in brain development and neuropsychiatric disorders
Professor Oscar Marin

March 10th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Value-based prioritization in human sensorimotor decision making
Professor Simon Kelly

March 9th 2017 4PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Nociceptive processing in the human brain
Dr Flavia Mancini

March 2nd 2017 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Developing effective therapies for the childhood motor neuron disease spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
Professor Tom Gillingwater

February 24th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The role of iconicity in learning and creating communicative systems
Professor Gabriella Vigliocco

February 23rd 2017 12PM
Location: via Zoom
Welcome Meeting/Nature Writing Masterclass
Prof Edwin Robertson, Drs Rachael Jack & Anne Keitel

February 22nd 2017 4PM
Location: Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
7T MRI - towards the clinic
Professor Penny Gowland

February 17th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Gastrophysics: The new science of the diner
Professor Charles Spence

February 16th 2017 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Linking chronic cerebral hypoperfusion to cognitive impairment and dementia
Professor Karen Horsburgh

February 3rd 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Somatosensory plasticity at 7T: neurochemicals, maps, and perception
Dr James Kolasinski

February 2nd 2017 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
The impact of obesity on stroke: evidence from preclinical studies
Dr Catherine Lawrence

January 27th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Lasting primacy in the proactive brain
Professor Moshe Bar

January 25th 2017 4PM
Location: Gannochy Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Foundations of functional MRI & Human brain imaging at 7 Tesla
Professor Kamil Uludag

January 20th 2017 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The role of the early visual cortex in action
Dr Simona Monaco

December 14th 2016 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Ageing, Brain and Cognition: Some results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN)
Professor Richard Henson

December 12th 2016 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Organising principles of human actions
Dr Angelika Lingnau

December 2nd 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Social motivations in choice: insights from decision neuroscience
Professor Alan Sanfey

November 30th 2016 4PM
Location: L0-006, Teaching & Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Explorations into Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance: Discover - Devise - Develop - Deploy
Professor Thoralf Niendorf

November 25th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How t(w)o act together
Professor Natalie Sebanz

November 24th 2016 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Heparin sulphate (HS); a novel therapeutic in CNS repair?
Professor Susan Barnett

November 18th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The cerebellum as an adaptable predictor, for movement and cognition
Professor Chris Miall

November 11th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Don't make me laugh: the trouble with positive emotional expressions
Professor Sophie Scott

November 11th 2016 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Rejection, Resilience and Peer Review
Professors Joachim Gross, David Maxwell & Philippe Schyns, Drs Lisa DeBruine & Rachael Jack

November 11th 2016 11:30AM
Location: via Zoom
What's the point of public engagement?
Professor Sophie Scott

November 4th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Tuning Conceptual Knowledge through Hippocampal-Prefrontal Interactions
Professor Bradley Love

October 31st 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
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
Dr Robert Sachdev

October 28th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Modelling psychiatric disorders in animals – from altered neural development to psychopathology
Dr Kevin Mitchell

October 28th 2016 1:30PM
Location: Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
A primer on the genetics of psychiatric disorders
Dr Kevin Mitchell

October 27th 2016 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
Novel neuronal targeting and blocking molecules based on clostridial neurotoxins
Professor Bazbek Davletov

October 26th 2016 4PM
Location: Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Applying new magnetic resonance concepts and techniques to human scanning
Professor Andrew Webb

October 25th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Feedback doesn’t have to be futile: Using Cognitive Psychology to understand and support students’ engagement with assessment feedback
Dr Naomi Winstone

October 20th 2016 3PM
Location: 407 (LTA), Boyd Orr Building
High-resolution synaptic imaging in health and disease
Dr Christopher Henstridge

October 14th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Welcome and introductory talk
Philippe G. Schyns

September 28th 2016 4PM
Location: Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Harnessing 7T’s Strengths for Clinical Neuroradiology
Professor Chris Hess

September 19th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Stereoscopic depth perception in humans and insects
Professor Jenny Read

September 14th 2016 4PM
Location: Yudowitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School Building
Functional anatomy and plasticity of hippocampal memory circuits in young and old age
Professor Emrah Düzel

September 6th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Spatial asymmetries in action, perception and representation
Mike Nicholls

June 24th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Effects of Prior Knowledge on Episodic Memory
Dr. Yee Lee Shing

June 17th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
From Computer Simulations to Clinical Trials for the Treatment of Brain Network Disorders
Professor Flavio Frohlich

May 6th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Emergence of transformation-tolerant representations of visual objects in rat lateral extrastriate cortex
Dr Davide Zoccolan

April 29th 2016 3:30PM
Location: Level 5, Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Developmental Robotics for Embodied Language Learning
Professor Angelo Cangelosi

April 22nd 2016 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Night watch in one brain hemisphere during sleep associated with the first-night effect in humans
Yuka Sasaki, PhD

April 22nd 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Roles of attention and reward in perceptual learning
Takeo Watanabe, PhD

April 15th 2016 3:30PM
Location: Level 5, Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Robust Non-verbal behavior sensing for human interaction analysis
Dr Jean-Marc Odobez

April 1st 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Cortical hierarchies revisited: who is driving whom?
Prof. Dr. Ralf Galuske

March 23rd 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Design, performance and safety evaluation of RF coil arrays for brain imaging at 9.4T
Dr Shajan Gunamony

March 22nd 2016 3PM
Location: via Zoom
How to survive and thrive as an open scientist
Professor Tal Yarkoni

March 18th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Transcranial electrical stimulation good for all, or not good at all?
Professor Carlo Miniussi

March 17th 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Spinal microcircuits for motor learning
Professor Rob Brownstone

March 11th 2016 2PM
Location: via Zoom
CCNi Debate 2016: Preparatory Session
Guillaume A. Rousselet

March 9th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The emotional task of building emotional robots: Interactions between affective computing and psychology
Prof Dr Arvid Kappas

March 3rd 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
The Time of our Lives: Ageing, and the Circadian Clock
Stephany M. Biello

March 2nd 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
CCNi Debate 2016: Preparatory Session
Guillaume A. Rousselet

February 26th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Temporal dynamics of Feature-Selective Attention
Dr Søren K Andersen

February 25th 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Neurovascular coupling in health and disease.
Dr Jason Berwick

February 19th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Learning to Shape Interactions: Models and Algorithms
Dr Subramanian Ramamoorthy

February 12th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
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
Professor Miles Whittington

February 11th 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Imaging the human spinal cord - what can it tell us about pain?
Dr Jonathan Brooks

February 11th 2016 11AM
Location: via Zoom
OptoMEG: Combining optogenetics and MEG for functional brain mapping
Greg Alberto, B.S.

January 29th 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Cubes in Light: Lighting Direction and Visual Field Modulate the Perceived Intensity of Illumination
Professor Mark McCourt

January 28th 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Imaging the changing brain.
Dr Laura Parkes

January 22nd 2016 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Human Conceptual Processing
Lawrence Barsalou

January 14th 2016 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Investigating the molecular and neural network basis of Rett syndrome.
Dr Darren Goffin

December 10th 2015 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
The role of MSK1 in regulating the synaptic and cognitive response to environmental enrichment.
Professor Bruno Frenguelli

December 4th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Psychology as engineering science: Building Mr. Right
Professsor Stacy Marsella

December 3rd 2015 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Recovery of locomotion after severe spinal cord injuries: training, plasticity and combinatorial interventions.
Dr Ronaldo Ichiyama

November 20th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Computational Modeling and Personal Robotics for Extracting Social Signatures
Professor Mohamed Chetouani

November 19th 2015 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Astroglial control of vital neural networks.
Professor Alexander Gourine

November 18th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How Genes and Environment Shape the Adolescent Brain
Dr Tomáš Paus

November 13th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
On desire and decentering: Nonconscious self-regulation in health behavior
Esther Papies

November 6th 2015 3:30PM
Location: School of Computing Science, 5th Floor of Sir Alwyn Williams Building
Delighting the user with speech synthesis
Dr Matthew Aylett

November 5th 2015 4PM
Location: Wolfson Link Seminar Room (R361)
Circadian synchronisation - another dimension to physiology and behaviour
Dr Cathy Wyse

October 30th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The off-line brain:memory consolidation
Edwin Robertson

October 23rd 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Interacting with socio-emotional virtual agent
Dr Catherine Pelachaud

October 16th 2015 3:30PM
Location: School of Computing Science, 5th Floor of Sir Alwyn Williams Building
How do I look in this? Embodiment and social robotics.
Professor Ruth Aylett

October 9th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A dimensional representation of emotion
Professor James A. Russell

October 5th 2015 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Clinical MRI at 9.4T - initial results
Dr Gisela Hagberg

September 30th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Design of RF Coils for Ultra-high Field MRI
Dr Shajan Gunamony

June 18th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Relational Reasoning with Rational Numbers
Professor Keith J. Holyoak

May 14th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
New horizons for imaging blood flow in the living brain
Dr Fernando O. Zelaya

May 1st 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A high-dimensional common model of representational spaces in human cortex
James Van Loan Haxby

April 30th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Distributed neural systems for person perception
Maria Ida Gobbini

April 29th 2015 2PM
Location: 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
Dr Friedrich Wetterling

April 24th 2015 2:30PM
Location: Gannochy Lecture Theatre, Wolfson Medical School Building
Novel MRI Methods for Assessing Cerebrovascular Disease
Professor Peter Jezzard

March 20th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Inducing motor cortical plasticity rehabilitates visual neglect
Dr Jacinta O'Shea

March 13th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Spontaneous Brain Activity - Spook or Spirit?
Christoph Kayser

March 6th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Spontaneous Brain Activity - Spook or Spirit?
Christoph Kayser

March 5th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Synapse recovery after synapse degeneration: a role for Wnt signalling
Dr Patricia C. Salinas

February 27th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Ariens Prize Talk, October 2014: Altering the course of Schizophrenia: challenges and opportunities
Dr Mark J Millan

February 20th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The influence of image complexity on perceptual processing
Dr Steven Scholte

February 13th 2015 2:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Predicting and perceiving degraded speech
Dr Matt Davis

February 6th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
What’s in a face?
Professor Dave Perrett

February 3rd 2015 4PM
Location: Bower Building Seminar Room (248)
Finding novel pain genes
Professor Stephen McMahon

January 30th 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Avoiding pain: cortical responses to nociceptive stimuli and defensive movements
Dr Giandomenico Iannetti

January 23rd 2015 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The physical correlates of counterfactual choices: from BOLD imaging to dopamine recording
Dr. Read Montague

December 11th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neural mechanisms of mutual understanding
Dr Arjen Stolk

December 5th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Motivation in monkeys: dynamic interplay between catecholaminergic neurons and the prefrontal cortex
Sebastien Bouret

November 28th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Resolving human object recognition in space and time by combining MEG, fMRI and deep convolutional neural networks
Radoslaw Cichy

November 7th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How the brain builds high-level representations of visual stimuli
Kendrick Kay, PhD

November 4th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Autism brains: More or less connected?
Kaustubh Supekar

October 31st 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Inflammation and oxidative stress in psychiatric disorders: Lessons from animal models
Professor Patricio O'Donnell

October 24th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Situating Emotion (Barsalou), Grounding Desire and Motivated Behavior (Papies)
Professor Lawrence Barsalou & Dr Esther Papies

October 23rd 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Predictive Localization in the Visual System
Dr Gerrit Maus

October 23rd 2014 10AM
Location: via Zoom
Investigating ongoing brain oscillations and their influence on conscious perception – network states and the window to consciousness
Dr Philipp Ruhnau

October 22nd 2014 12PM
Location: via Zoom
The History and Technology of Ultra High Field MRI Magnets
Simon Pittard

October 3rd 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuronal dynamics in the primary visual areas
Prof. Dr. Danko Nikolic

September 26th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The Listening Brain: Acoustic Challenges and Adaptive Mechanisms
Dr Jonas Obleser

September 19th 2014 1PM
Location: via Zoom
The self in perception
Professor Glyn Humphreys

September 5th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Balancing Visual Prediction and Visual Stability
Professor David Whitney

September 2nd 2014 12:30PM
Location: Bower Seminar room, Bower Building
On the distribution of information from muscle spindles in the spinal cord
Professor Elzbieta Jankowska

June 30th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room, Wolfson Link Building
Light-neuron interactions: Key to understanding the brain
Dr Vincent Daria

June 6th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Effects of psychological intervention on brain activity - an approach to mechanisms?
Dr Brigitte Rockstroh

June 2nd 2014 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Making 'Dopamine Movies' of Cigarette Smoking in the PET Scanner. Finding Differences between Men and Women Smokers
Dr Evan D. Morris

May 30th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Non-invasive manipulation of fronto-parietal networks for the improvement of visual performance in the intact and focally damaged human brain
Dr Antoni Valero-Cabré, MD

May 23rd 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Prediction in Multisensory Emotional Speech
Professor Sonja Kotz

May 9th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Dynamics of Information Storage and Recall in the Hippocampus
Dr Bruce Graham

May 2nd 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Artificial Grammar Learning and the Primate Brain
Dr. Chris Petkov

April 11th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Mapping multisensory networks of the brain
Professor John J Foxe

April 4th 2014 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Glutamate, inflammation and psychosis; therapeutic implications and the possibility of prevention
Professor Bill Deakin

March 21st 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Faces, Attention, and the Temporal Lobe
Professor Winrich Freiwald

March 14th 2014 11AM
Location: Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Emotion and Facial Expressions in the Trobriand Islands of Papua New Guinea
Professor José-Miguel Fernández-Dols & Carlos Crivelli

March 13th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room (R361), Wolfson Link Building
Neuron-glial signalling in white matter pathophysiology
Professor Arthur Butt

March 6th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Voice areas in dog and human brains - a comparative fMRI study
Dr. Attila Andics

February 28th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Spatiotemporal characterization of prediction error processing during reinforcement learning using simultaneous EEG/fMRI
Dr. Marios Philiastides

February 27th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room (R361), Wolfson Link Building
Defining spinal pain circuitry
Dr Carole Torsney

February 25th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Capillary Dysfunction in neurovascular and neurodegenerative disorders.
Professor Leif Ostergaard

February 14th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
You have Conscious Sensations without Knowing it
Professor Victor Lamme

February 13th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Brainstem control of hand function in health and after recovery from lesions
Professor Stuart Baker

February 7th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Short- and long-term plasticity of adult human synapses
Professor Huibert D. Mansvelder

January 31st 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
High-resolution fMRI and Neurovascular Coupling in the Visual Cortex”
Dr. Jozien Goense

January 30th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Assessing functional outcomes in rodent models of stroke
Dr Rebecca Trueman

January 24th 2014 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional anatomy of reaching and grasping - from the frontal cortex to the brainstem
Dr. Marc Himmelbach

January 16th 2014 4PM
Location: Wolfson Seminar Room, Room 361, Wolfson Link Building
Deficiency in Wnt signalling and synapse degeneration: implications in Alzheimer's disease
Professor Patricia Salinas

December 6th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The control of motor memory processing
Professor Edwin M Robertson

November 22nd 2013 3:30PM
Location: Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
Neuroanatomy and state dependent mechanisms
Professor Christoph Kayser/Professor Stefano Panzeri

November 15th 2013 3:30PM
Location: Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
Brain Dynamics
Professor Joachim Gross

November 8th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Connectomics and functional connectivity based on fMRI CCNI-Debate Preparation: Studies of large-scale brain networks – savior or hype?
Professor Pascal Belin / Professor Lars Muckli

November 1st 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Unraveling the role of hippocampus in antidepressant effects - from molecules to systems
Dr Alex Surget

October 11th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Current Schizophrenia Research: Translational, Physiological and Developmental Perspectives
Dr Peter Uhlhaas

October 4th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Sleep, consolidation, and semantic memory
Dr. Penny Lewis

September 27th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Structural priming across cognitive domains: From arithmetic to language and back
Dr. Christoph Scheepers

September 24th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Selective neuronal loss and inflammation in the rescued ischaemic penumbra
Professor Jean-Claude Baron

September 13th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Evolving models of human brainwaves and brain dynamics
Professor Scott Makeig

August 30th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
How does the prefrontal cortex control visual working memory
Professor Paul Sauseng

August 19th 2013 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Interoceptive inference, emotion, and the embodied self
Professor Anil Seth

August 2nd 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The Neural Basis of Brain-Computer Interface Control
Dr Moritz Grosse-Wentrup

June 5th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Is the primary visual cortex modulated by visual awareness?
Dr. Masataka Watanabe

May 24th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuronal mechanisms for the perceptual grouping of image elements in vision
Professor Pieter Roelfsema 

May 23rd 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Visual coding of dynamic facial expressions
Dr. Nick Furl

May 17th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Neural circuit dysfunction in schizophrenia: insights from animal models
Dr. Torfi Sigurdsson

May 10th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Monkeys, mathematics, and stereotype threat
Dr Gijsbert Stoet

April 26th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Social and visual perception of facial resemblance
Dr Lisa DeBruine

April 19th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A single functional model of drivers and modulators in cortex
Dr. Michael Spratling

April 5th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Are cortical oscillations a useful ingredient of speech processing?
Professor Anne-Lise Giraud

March 8th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
An integrated theory of language production and comprehension
Professor Simon Garrod

March 7th 2013 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Anatomical connectivity from diffusion MRI: Networks, plasticity and parcellation
Dr Alfred Anwander

March 7th 2013 9:30AM
Location: via Zoom
Diffusion MRI methods: From the images to brain connectivity and group statistics.
Dr Alfred Anwander

March 1st 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Seeing is believing - How priors shape perception
Dr Floris de Lange

February 22nd 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Distinct top-down and bottom-up attention networks revealed through high-resolution electrocorticography
Professor Pascal Fries

February 1st 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Multi-level alignment between self and others
Dr. Klaus Kessler

January 25th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Inferring cortical networks underlying perceptual decision-making using multimodal neuroimaging
Dr. Marios Philiastides

January 18th 2013 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Multimodal neglect and spatial perception deficits after stroke – new routes to treatment
Professor Georg Kerkhoff

December 7th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional and Structural Correlates of Auditory Abilities: Predispositions and Plasticity
Dr Robert Zatorre

November 30th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Action Training in Stroke Patients
Dr. Monika Harvey

November 23rd 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
See what you hear – The neural basis of audiovisual integration
Professor Uta Noppeney

November 2nd 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Hormone-mediated mate preferences in women
Professor Ben Jones

October 26th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The Timing of Spikes in Primary and Secondary Somatosensory Cortex Contributes to Perception
Professor Stefano Panzeri

October 19th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
When the world becomes too real: a new explanation of autistic perception
Dr. Liz Pellicano

October 5th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Ultra-fast MRI mapping of the Human Brain Connectome
Dr. David A. Feinberg

September 28th 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
A Dead Fish, Vodoo, and Mind Reading: Issues in fMRI Research
Dr. Martin Lages

September 21st 2012 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Auditory perception - time and rhythms
Professor Christoph Kayser

July 13th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Mechanisms of NMDA receptor-mediated neuroprotection and excitotoxicity"
Professor Giles Hardingham

July 4th 2012 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Brain plasticity in the context of The Fragile X Syndrome
Professor Claudia Bagni

June 18th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Auditory perception - Oscillations and neural coding"
Dr. Christoph Kayser

June 13th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Scratching beneath the surface of visual feature detectors
Dr Peter Neri

May 25th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Combining transcranial stimulation with other brain imaging techniques to trace human brain function
Professor Hartwig Siebner

May 18th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Face recognition: from vision to social neuroscience
Professor Patrik Vuilleumier

April 27th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
[Cancelled] Translational neuromodeling
Prof Klaas-Enno Stephan

April 20th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Categorisation judgments based on multiple sources of evidence: neural and computational mechanisms
Chris Summerfield

April 13th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Can neuroimaging contribute to the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders?
Professor David Linden

March 30th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
From Neuro-Imaging to Neuro-Robotics
Professor Dae-shik Kim

March 26th 2012 5PM
Location: via Zoom
Embodied inference
Professor Andy Clark

March 26th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Embodied inference
Professor Karl Friston

March 23rd 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Not so fast! Premature conclusions in cognitive neuroscience and beyond
Professor Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

March 16th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
New perspectives on body perception including the role of the amygdala
Professor Beatrice de Gelder

March 9th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Artist as Neuroscientist
Prof. Patrick Cavanagh

March 7th 2012 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Can we enhance motor recovery after stroke?
Dr Orlando Swayne

March 2nd 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional brain networks underlying the relationship between sleep and memory'
Prof Ysbrand VanderWerf

February 24th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
[CANCELED] Neuroaesthetics of performing arts: a sensorimotor approach (latest information: we are sorry but this presentation had to be canceled)
Prof Beatriz Calvo-Merino

February 22nd 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reorganization of cerebral networks after stroke: new insights from neuroimaging with connectivity approaches
Dr Christian Grefkes

February 17th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Number, space and time
Professor Brian Butterworth

February 10th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Towards Socially Intelligent Machines: Computing Nonverbal Communication in Human-Human Interaction.
Dr Alessandro Vinciarelli

January 27th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
What does the brain know about orthography?
Dr Joseph Devlin

January 20th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Event comprehension and competition between multiple representations of the same object
Professor Gerry Altmann

January 13th 2012 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Distortions of probability information in human judgment: ubiquitous log odds
Professor Laurence T. Maloney

December 9th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional Neuroimaging of Sleep and Sleep Disorders
Dr. Thien Thanh Dang-Vu

December 2nd 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Watching People
Professor Frank Pollick

November 25th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Interacting with brain oscillations to change perception
Professor Gregor Thut

November 18th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Age-related and individual differences in the first half-second of visual processing
Dr. Guillaume Rousselet

November 11th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Situated Language Understanding: An Irrational Analysis
Dr Dale Barr

November 7th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Genomic/Genetic Approaches to Sleep and Its Disorders.
Professor Allan I Pack

November 4th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Variability in photos of the same face
Dr Rob Jenkins

October 28th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
VNL research: work in progress.
Professor Pascal Belin

October 21st 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Stimuli, brain signals, behavioural responses: An information-theoretic accoun
Professor Philippe Schyns

October 14th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How is self-motion encoded in the human brain
Prof Andrew T. Smith

September 30th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
About the role of brain oscillations in active sensing
Professor Joachim Gross

September 23rd 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Predictive coding in visual cortex
Dr. Lars Muckli

June 13th 2011 5PM
Location: via Zoom
The differential role of slow and fast cortical oscillations in encoding naturalistic visual information
Dr Stefano Panzeri

June 10th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Network organization of human brain structure and function.
Dr Dani Bassett

May 20th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Studying top-down control in the human brain with concurrent TMS-fMRI.
Dr Christian Ruff

May 13th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Oscillatory cortical networks during perceptual decision-making.
Dr Markus Siegel

April 26th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Global properties of natural scenes shape local properties of human edge detectors
Dr. Peter Neri

April 15th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mind-oriented movements
Dr Ivan Toni

April 8th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Rhythms of visual perception and attention"
Dr Rufin vanRullen

March 18th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Resolving ambiguous visual scenes: Context, natural statistics and learning
Dr. Erich Graf

March 11th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Entrainment of human EEG: Sensory versus electrical entrainment and simulations
Prof Christoph Herrmann

March 4th 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Using judgment to deal with streams of data: Forecasting and other tasks
Prof. Nigel Harvey

January 21st 2011 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The hyperarousal model of insomnia
Dr. Kai Spiegelhalder

November 26th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
CCNi Presentations
members of department

November 19th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The cognitive basis of perspective-taking: evidence for "two systems"
Dr Ian Apperly

November 12th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Systems memory consolidation during sleep
Dr Steffen Gais

October 29th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Young children’s Social Cognition taken to the Lab: Experimental Paradigms, Findings and what comes next
Dr María Núñez

October 15th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The future direction of fMRI
Professor Dr Rainer Goebel

September 29th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Biased Perception: How Language Influences What We See.
Prof. Richard Ivry

July 26th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
ntPET: PET Analysis Methods for Tracking Temporal (Phasic) Fluctuations in Neurotransmitter Levels. Validation Experiments and Future Uses.
Evan Morris, Associate Professor

May 27th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Compartment-Specific Investigation of Neural Tissue Microstructure with Diffusion Weighted MR Spectroscopy
Itamar Ronen, Associate Professor

May 21st 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The interplay between auditory and visual motion perception in the human brain
Arjen Alink

May 14th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Dynamic, Immediate, and Interactive Influences of Real-world Events on Language Comprehension
Prof Ken McRae

April 30th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuroscientific investigations of musical rhythm processing
Dr Jessica Grahn

April 16th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Compartment-Specific Investigation of Neural Tissue Microstructure with Diffusion Weighted MR Spectroscopy
Itamar Ronen, Associate Professor

April 9th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
A couple of challenges for visual perception under uncertainty
Dr Pascal Mamassian

March 19th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Cross-cultural and laboratory responses to sexually dimorphic facial shape cues
Dr Lisa deBruine & Dr Ben Jones

March 5th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Cortical centers or white matter networks for human spatial orienting?
Prof Hans-Otto Karnath

February 19th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
From sensory-motor associations to embodied numerical cognition
Dr Martin Fischer

February 12th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
On how knowing what to predict alters the threshold of conscious perception, timing and neuronal dynamics.
Dr Lucia Melloni

February 5th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional MRI and magnetoencephalography (MEG) studis of the neural basis of lipreading
Dr Iiro Jääskeläinen

January 29th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Emerging spatial memories in the human brain
Dr Thomas Wolbers

January 22nd 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Phase and amplitude dynamics of cortical networks in a visual working memory task.
Dr Matias Palva

January 15th 2010 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Where do mirror neurons come from?
Prof Cecilia Heyes

December 11th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The multisensory perception of synchrony
Prof Charles Spence

December 4th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How oscillatory activity shapes the functional architecture of the working brain
Dr Ole Jensen

November 27th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Attention and perception across cultures
Prof Jules Davidoff

November 20th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Probabilistic models of sensorimotor control
Prof. Daniel Wolpert

November 6th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reduced Suppression in the Aging Visual System
Dr Lisa Betts

October 23rd 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Emotions Evoked by the Sound of Music
Dr Marcel Zentner

October 16th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Origins of Social Concern
Dr Keith Jensen

October 9th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Eye and thou: Eye movements and social cognition
Dr Daniel Richardson

October 2nd 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reward-based decision making and the brain
Dr Philippe Tobler

August 20th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Do we click: brain alignment as the neuronal basis of interpersonal communication
Dr. Uri Hasson

May 22nd 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Attention and Social Attention in Autism
Prof. Sue Leekam

May 15th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Action and Desire: Affective modulations of adaptive decision-making.
Prof. Richard Ridderinkhof

May 8th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Now you see it, now you don’t: On semantic P600s and cross-linguistic variation in online verb– argument linking
Dr. Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky

May 1st 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Processing of emotional voices and their integration with emotional faces within the superior temporal sulcus.
Thomas Ethofer

April 24th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How is information about facial identity represented in the brain?
Dr. Tim Andrews

March 27th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Just can't stop: endophentypes of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders
Dr. Sam Chamberlain

March 20th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mapping the parts of higher level cortex
Prof. Marty Sereno

March 13th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Chimpanzee vocal communication: evolutionary links to human language?
Dr. Katie Slocombe

March 6th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Is my red pinker than yours? Unconscious effects of language-specific terminology on pre-attentive color perception.
Prof. Guillaume Thierry

March 2nd 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Perception and Action Interactions: Evidence from Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Prof. Jody Culham

February 27th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Rationality of Informal Argumentation: A Bayesian Approach to Reasoning Fallacies
Prof. Mike Oaksford

February 20th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Decoding conscious and unconscious mental states from brain activity in humans
Dr. John-Dylan Haynes

February 13th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Stereo vision without the ventral stream
Dr. Jenny Read

January 30th 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The neural basis of speech perception and production - the roles of streams of processing and asymmetries
Prof. Sophie Scott

January 23rd 2009 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Low level visual processing and face recognition
Dr. Steve Dakin

December 5th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Joint action: Bodies and minds moving together"
Prof. Guenther Knoblich

November 21st 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Exploring gene-culture interactions: insights from case studies".
Prof. Kevin Laland

November 14th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Earliest, Self-defining, Flashbulb, and Cultural Memories: Preliminary Results From a Large Scale Survey"
Prof. Martin Conway

November 7th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Why mathematicians are zombies."
Prof. Vincent Walsh

October 31st 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Task-related oscillatory power changes and their relation to the haemodynamic response."
Prof. Krish Singh

October 24th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Neural synchrony as a mechanism for pathology and development in cortical networks."
Dr. Peter Uhlhaas

October 17th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Investigating the impossible: A skeptical perspective
Prof. Richard Wiseman

October 10th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"Unnoticed Seeing"
Prof. Andy Clark

October 3rd 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
"How can the mirror neuron system infer intentions from observed actions"
Dr. James Kilner

September 26th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Specialized brain mechanisms for the processing of faces
Prof. Galit Yovel

June 30th 2008 3PM
Location: via Zoom
Orthographic codes and sublexical processing during reading
Prof. Manuel Carreiras

June 27th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional imaging in psychiatry: From bench to bedside
Prof. David Linden

June 20th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Emotions and the prefrontal cortex in depression
Prof. Georg Northoff

May 2nd 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Simultaneous TMS and fMRI in spatial cognition research
Dr Alexander Sack

April 11th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Brain function during sleep deprivation: multimodal approaches to understanding group and individual differences in cognitive vulnerability
Prof. Sean Drummond

March 14th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Capacity limit of attention and visual short-term memory dissociates from cognitive aptitude
Dr Rhodri Cusack

March 13th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Distracted and confused? Brain mechanisms and psychological function of attention under load
Prof. Nilli Lavie

March 7th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Noise-based characterization of small-scale algorithms for visual processing
Dr Peter Neri

February 29th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Growing Brain
Prof. Tomas Paus

February 22nd 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
What’s the story? Neuroimaging studies of text comprehension
Dr Evelyn Ferstl

February 15th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Perception, action & interaction: brain-damaged and normal evidence
Dr Rob McIntosh

February 1st 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Crossmodal compensation in deafness : from neuronal bases in monkeys to functional brain imaging in humans
Dr Pascal Barone

January 25th 2008 4PM
Location: via Zoom
New Findings on the Brain Basis of Musical Skills and Dancing
Prof. Lawrence Parsons

December 7th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How do monkeys and humans see real-world objects? exploring representational similarity across species
Dr Nikolaus Kriegeskorte

November 30th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Music and the Brain
Prof. Tim Griffiths

November 23rd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neurophysiology of pain perception
Dr Markus Ploner

November 16th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Embodied semantics: Conceptual representations in the sensory and motor systems
Dr Markus Kiefer

November 9th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Summation and Suppression of Luminance Contrast in Early Vision
Dr Tim Meese

October 26th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Performance Incentives and the Dynamics of Voluntary Cooperation
Prof. Simon Gaechter

October 19th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Detecting sparse signals and sparse connectivity in scale-space, with applications to the 'bubbles' task in an fMRI experiment
Prof. Keith Worsley

September 20th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
A hierarchy of temporal receptive windows in human cortex
Dr Uri Hasson

September 3rd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The cognitive neuroscience of episodic memory: a functional neuroimaging perspective
Prof. Michael D. Rugg

April 27th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Event perception and memory: A mind-brain perspective
Prof. Jeffrey Zacks

March 23rd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Developmental prosopagnosia
Dr Brad Duchaine

March 16th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Single-trial Neuroimaging: Identifying Neural Correlates of Trial-to- Trial Behavioral Variability
Prof. Paul Sajda

March 14th 2007 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Does a Fast, Fear-Related, Subcortical Visual Pathway to the Amygdala exist? Counter-evidences from Affective Blindsight and Monkey’s LFPs
Sara L. Gonzalez Andino

March 9th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
DTI, distortions and directions
Dr Jesper Andersson

March 2nd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Time series analysis with Fieldtrip: concepts and applications
Dr Robert Oostenveld

February 23rd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Decoding the ‘listening brain’: Brain reading of auditory percepts in human with functional neuroimaging
Dr Elia Formisano

February 22nd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Top-down influences on the neural processing of speech sounds
Dr Milene Bonte

February 16th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Representing Dynamic Information for Object Recognition
Dr Quoc Vuong

February 9th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
When Thoughts Become Actions: Functional Neuroimaging In Altered States of Consciousness
Dr Adrian Owen

February 2nd 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Atypical visual evoked potentials in individuals with autistic spectrum disorder
Dr Elizabeth Milne

January 26th 2007 4PM
Location: via Zoom
From overconfidence to pragmatic implicatures: How people describe uncertain quantities
Prof. Karl Teigen

December 1st 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Temporal Structure of Visual Perception: Insights From an Illusion of Reversed Motion
Dr Rufin VanRullen

November 24th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Misbehaviour of Value and the Discipline of the Will
Prof. Peter Dayan

November 17th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuronal dynamics underlying language comprehension
Dr. Marcel Bastiaansen

November 10th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Cognition, emotion and hominin mental architecture: an evolutionary analysis
Dr Philip Barnard

November 3rd 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Just how fast is ultra-rapid scene processing
Prof. Simon Thorpe

October 27th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Exploring the roles of the frontal, temporal and parietal lobes in visual learning and categorization
Dr David Freedman

October 20th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Putting together the puzzle of multisensory perception
Dr Marc Ernst

October 13th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Face processing to see the future
Prof David Perrett

September 15th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Overt and covert processing of emotion from identity in the brain
Maria A. Bobes

September 5th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
What speakers do and don't do to be understood by their listeners
Victor Ferreira

August 28th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The intrinsic constraint model for stereo-motion integration
Prof. Fulvio Domini

June 9th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Simulation of another person's behaviour: Effects on attention, emotion and personal-trait judgments
Prof. Steven Tipper

May 26th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mission impossible: combining event-related EEG and fMRI on a single-trial level
Dr Stefan Debener

May 15th 2006 4:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Dynamics and Connectivity: Beyond Blobology
Prof. Gary Green

March 31st 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Dynamics of oscillatory networks in human: from intracranial to eeg-meg scalp recordings
Dr Olivier Bertrand

March 10th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The statistics of natural binocular images
Dr Paul Hibbard

March 3rd 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neural Basis of Face Recognition
Prof. Irving Biederman

February 24th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The mystery of patient DF
Dr Thomas Schenk

February 17th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How magicians distort our perception: Misdirection and Representational Momentum
Dr Gustav Kuhn

February 10th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Priming of Syntactic Configurational Information
Dr Timothy Desmet

February 3rd 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Structural and functional brain abnormalities associated with developmental stuttering
Dr Kate Watkins

January 27th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mechanisms of motion perception: Investigating perceptual interactions between different varieties of motion in human vision
Dr Tim Ledgeway

January 20th 2006 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Moving and motion adaptation
Dr Tom Freeman

December 9th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Combining TMS and EEG in cognitive neuroscience: methods and applications
Dr Gregor Thut

December 2nd 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia: what makes them real?
Professor Peter Woodruff

November 25th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
EEG dynamics underlying visual ERP to faces and objects
Dr Guillaume Rousselet

November 18th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
So when do listeners use context?
Dr Jos Van Berkum

November 11th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Brain and molecular mechanisms of vigilant attention
Prof. Ian Robertson

November 4th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
FMRI approaches to high-level vision: object representation and recognition
Dr Evelyn Eger

October 28th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The modularity of visual working memory revisited
Dr David Linden

October 21st 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Predicting consciousness
Dr Geraint Rees

October 14th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neural complexity in the functional and dysfunctional brain: some tests of the dynamic core hypothesis
Prof. Adrian Burgess

October 7th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Clarifying the functional neuro-anatomy of face processing by combining lesion studies and neuroimaging
Dr Bruno Rossion

June 10th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mood congruent memory, another reason to be happy!
Dr Penny Lewis

June 3rd 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Memory, ageing and the brain
Dr Alexa Morcom

May 27th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Development of perceptual causality
Dr Anne Schlottmann

May 20th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reading with the Right Hemisphere: Evidence from Developmental Deep Dyslexia
Dr Nicola Pitchford

May 13th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The reconstruction of facial expressions and body postures in embodied systems: new approaches to an old problem
Prof Karl Grammer

May 13th 2005 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Distributed neuronal assemblies for word processing as revealed by fMRI, EEG, MEG, TMS, and lesion evidence
Friedemann Pulvermüller

April 29th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Eye-movement control during reading
Professor Reinhold Kliegl

April 22nd 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Stimulus search and optimisation for visual neurons
Dr Peter Foldiak

March 18th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Working memory function and dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease
Professor Robert Logie

March 11th 2005 4:15PM
Location: via Zoom
Hemispheric differences in reading
Dr Michal Lavidor

March 4th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Sex and agreement: Brain potentials associated to gender and number agreement in Spanish
Professor Manolo Carreiras

February 25th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Gestures in music performance: Examples from drumming strategies and expressive movements."
Sofia Dahl

February 18th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Measuring vision psychophysically with natural-scene stimuli
Dr David Tolhurst

February 11th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
'MEG correlates of recognition'
Dr Astrid Schloerscheidt

January 28th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Face perception, face recognition and the processing of emotional facial expression: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
Professor Martin Eimer

January 21st 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Mediating the mapping between language and the visual world
Professor Gerry Altmann

January 14th 2005 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Colour illusions: What do they tell us about the mechanisms of colour vision?
Professor Alexander Logvinenko

December 10th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Binocular coordination during reading
Dr Simon Liversedge

December 10th 2004 2:30PM
Location: via Zoom
Thinking the voice: Cortical processing of vocal sounds
Dr Pascal Belin

December 3rd 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Inappropriate focus cues cause biases in perceived depth
Dr Simon Watt

November 26th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Breakdowns of Autobiographical Memory
Professor Martin Conway

November 19th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Variations on a Theme of Mach
Dr Bruce Henning

November 19th 2004 11AM
Location: via Zoom
Non-Linear makes beautiful
Professor Jeanny Herault

November 12th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Old dog, new tricks? Probing motion processing, dyslexia and visual search with the Ternus display
Dr Nick Scott-Samuel

November 5th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reconfiguring mind and brain for an upcoming change of task
Professor Stephen Monsell

November 1st 2004 1PM
Location: via Zoom
The psychology of eye-witness identification evidence
Dr Richard Kemp

October 22nd 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Heading in the right direction
Professor Brian Rogers

October 15th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Action Perception and Representation: Developing a Psychology of Events
Thomas F. Shipley

July 2nd 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Steps along the Way from Spectrum to Object
Ken Knoblauch

May 21st 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Movement planning and decision making under risk
Laurence T. Maloney

March 30th 2004 1PM
Location: via Zoom
Repetition Blindness Isn't A Learned Structural Bias Interpretation of Repetition Deficits in RSVP
John R. Vokey

March 22nd 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Self-motion Perception and Action from Complex Optical Flow
Michiteru Kitazaki

March 19th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Spatial Representations Activated Through Number Processing
Martin Fischer

March 12th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Cognitive processes in chronic insomnia: A role for perception, attention and thought?
Allison Harvey

March 5th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Why September is blue, and society tastes of onions: Mechanisms of linguistically triggered synaesthesia
Julia Simner

February 27th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Seeing ambiguity
Paul Goddard

February 27th 2004 12PM
Location: via Zoom
Investigating cortical interactions in large-scale neural networks
Rainer Goebel

February 20th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Human long-term memory and the brain: what and where?
Kim Graham

February 13th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Talking about places, spaces and faces.
Kenny Coventry

February 6th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Automatic activation and inhibition processes in low-level motor control
Friederike Schlaghecken

January 30th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reconstructing Distances Among Objects From Their Discriminability
Hans Colonius

January 23rd 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
'Seeing the wood and the trees: experiments on visual texture'
Andrew Schofield

January 16th 2004 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Alignment in human-human and human-computer dialogue
Martin Pickering

December 5th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Perception and action in neglect and optic ataxia - evidence of a double dissociation
Igor Schindler

November 28th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Retrieval induced forgetting: inhibition or transfer appropriate forgetting?
Tim Perfect

November 21st 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Action Monitoring & Interference Control
Richard Ridderinkhof

November 14th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Binocular disparity in natural images
Paul Hibbard

November 7th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Models of Early Spatial Vision
Felix Wichmann

October 31st 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Spinning with quantifiers

October 24th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Incremental interpretation of German particle verb constructions:
Christoph Scheepers

October 17th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Color for Recognition and Action
Karl Gegenfurtner

October 10th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional Imaging of Coherent Visual Perception in the Monkey and the Human
Zoe Kourtzi

May 15th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Object- and location-based IOR: Implications for attention and memory.
Steve Tipper

May 9th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Enriched compositional processes in language comprehension
Brian McElree

April 25th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Eye Movements and Cognitive Processes in Reading: What We’ve Learned about Word Identification
Alexander Pollatsek

March 14th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
A Parallel Grains Model for Simple Reaction Time
Rolf Ulrich

March 7th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Simplicity: A fundamental cognitive principle
Nick Chater

February 28th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Priming face processing in the brain
Richard Henson

February 21st 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Image reconstruction using natural scene statistics predicts many aspects of lightness perception
Steven Dakin

February 14th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Predictive processing in incremental parsing: Evidence from cross-linguistic
Yuki Kamide

February 7th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Why do we move our eyes?
Iain Gilchrist

January 31st 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Consciousness is gated by attending for action: evidence from hemispatial neglect
Bob Rafal

January 24th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Properties of residual vision in the cortically blind.
Arash Sahraie

January 10th 2003 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Anticipating Objects in Action
Ian Thornton

December 10th 2002 4:25PM
Location: via Zoom
Snapshots of completion
Pat Bennett

December 10th 2002 3:30PM
Location: via Zoom
The perception of partly occluded objects
Allison Sekuler

December 6th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuroimaging memory: Is it just modern day phrenology?
David Donaldson

November 29th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Some Asymmetries in Repertory Grid and Semantic Differential Data
Richard Bell

November 22nd 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Dynamics of shape perception
Gunter Loffler

November 15th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional Utility of Trichromatic Colour Vision: What Can Studies with Monkeys Tell Us ?
Hannah M. Buchanan-Smith

November 8th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Visual search and the parietal cortex (and the frontal eye fields and the extrastriate cortex and the primary visual cortex)
Vincent Walsh

November 1st 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Implicit and Explicit Alcohol-related Cognitions and their Role in the Etiology of Alcoholism: Basic Mechanisms and Implications for Interventions.
Reinold Weirs

October 25th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The role of stereopsis in surface interpolation
Laurie Wilcox

October 18th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Are Contours Dead?
James Elder

July 5th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Shallow Syntactic Processing
Fernanda Ferreira

May 17th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional MRI reveals the cerebral substrates of linguistic and affective prosody
Martin Meyer

April 26th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Smart Heuristics: Bounded Rationality and the Adaptive Toolbox
Gerd Gigerenzer

March 8th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Computations in human motor learning
Daniel Wolpert

March 1st 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
A novel paradigm to study conscious visual perception
Raymond Van Ee

February 22nd 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Psychophysics of natural images
Tom Troscianko

February 15th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Eye movements and cognitive processes in reading
Keith Rayner

February 8th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Hands, hemispaces and visually-guided aiming
David Carey

February 1st 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The cognitive neuroscience of human memory: a perspective from neuroimaging
Michael Rugg

January 25th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Self-monitoring in speech
Robert Hartsuiker

January 18th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Running out of time: Ageing and the biological clock.
Stephany M. Biello

January 11th 2002 4PM
Location: via Zoom
When do you become aware of a stimulus
David Rose

November 30th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Independent use of different kinds of information within a single task
Eli Brenner

November 23rd 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Parasitic Pedagogy: Learning Lessons from the Common Cold
Seth Bullock

November 16th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The behaviour of humpback whales in Hawaiian waters.

November 9th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Visuomotor Development: Making Visual Sense of the World
Patricia Riddell

November 2nd 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Configural Face Processing: Inputs & Consequences
Beena Khurana

October 26th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The many faces of attention and emotion: Behavioural and functional imaging studies in neglect patients
Patrik Vuilleumier

October 19th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Are perceptual categories really conceptual?
Debi Roberson

October 12th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Focus particles, parsing and interpretation
Kevin Paterson

May 25th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Human Conceptual System
Lawrence W. Barsalou

April 27th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Language physiology and language philosophy. A few words on words in the brain and Wittgenstein
Friedemann Pulvermüller

March 9th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Prediction in movement control
Alan Wing

March 2nd 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Do the Eyes Have it? Cues to the Direction of Social Attention
Stephen Langton

February 23rd 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Reading faces
David Perrett

February 16th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The executive control of action: Evidence from language switching
Stephen Jackson

February 9th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Altered states: the psychopharmacology of 'Ecstasy'
Jon Cole

February 2nd 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Some differences between familiar and unfamiliar face processing

January 19th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Seeing speech in the brain
Ruth Campbell

January 12th 2001 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Own-Face Effect: The neurophysiological basis of self-identity
James Tanaka

December 8th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The Neural Machinery of Working Memory - A Comparative Approach
Onur Güntürkün

December 1st 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
An experience-based model of syntactic ambiguity resolution using dynamic grammars and recursive neural networks

November 24th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Analysing irrational choices
Martin Lages

November 23rd 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neglect and the Dorsal Stream: How Impaired is the Action System?
Monika Harvey

November 17th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Investigating neural mechanisms of visual spatial attention by means of the steady-state visual evoked potential
Matthias Müller

November 3rd 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Image-based object recognition
Heinrich Bülthoff

October 20th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Animal models of amnesia: The effects of hippocampal lesions on olfactory and spatial memory in the rodent
Paul Dudchenko

June 2nd 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Functional neuroanatomy of semantic memory: Evidence from event-related potential studies
Markus Kiefer

May 12th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Neuropsychological assessment and the question of termination of hydration and feeding
Tom MacMillan

May 5th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Conversations with language-impaired children: what goes wrong and why?
Dorothy Bishop

March 17th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Monitoring the state of the motor system by movement-related brain potentials

March 10th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How do we plan words when we speak? -- An overview
Ardi Roelofs

March 3rd 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The syntactic process
Mark Steedman

February 25th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Visuo-motor couplings in imitative and object-guided actions: A review
Stefan Vogt

February 18th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Interactive communication: Theory and experiments
Simon C. Garrod

February 11th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Identification of the eye-hand-brain system with point processes: A new approach to simple reaction time
Bill Simpson

February 4th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Psychological profiles of managers in formerly communist countries
Mark Cook

January 28th 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
A Simplicity Principle In Unsupervised Human Categorization
Emmanuel Pothos

January 21st 2000 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Sight unseen: the neuropsychology of visually guided action
David Milner

May 6th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The cognitive psychology of auditory distraction
[TBA]

April 29th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Some thoughts on change blindness
[TBA]

April 22nd 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Visual control of locomotion
[TBA]

March 25th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Levels of attentional selectivity and cross-modal links in attention: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
[TBA]

March 11th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Active vision: Why do we need to attend?
[TBA]

March 4th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
How is the use of memory controlled
[TBA]

February 25th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) investigation of brain function in humans with normal and disordered vision
Stephen J. Anderson

February 18th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
The psychology of paranormal belief and ostensibly paranormal experiences
Christopher C. French

February 11th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
What is improved by visual attention?
Michael J. Morgan

February 4th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Individual Differences Psychology: The end of an era. Where do we go from here?
Paul Barrett

January 28th 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Language skills and learning to read
Kate Nation

January 21st 1999 4PM
Location: via Zoom
From neurons to motorway madness
Robert J. Snowden

November 26th 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Visual interpolation and segmentation of sampled contours
Laurence T. Maloney

November 19th 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
It's written all over your face: Tapping the mechanisms underlying facial expression perception
Andy Calder

November 12th 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Does drawing facilitate recall in children?
Glyn Thomas

October 29th 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Phonological coding in word perception and reading
Alexander Pollatsek

October 22nd 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Recent investigations of visual perception in Aberdeen
Jan B. Deregowski

October 15th 1998 4PM
Location: via Zoom
Task set and attention: Facilitation and suppression of competing tasks
Alan Allport