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How to tango with four: Meiotic adaptation to whole genome duplication Seminar with Dr. Kristen Bomblies   Whole genome duplication (WGD) doubles the chromosome content of cells, and when inherited, leads to the formation of polyploid organisms. Polyploids often have novel traits and strong stress resilience, and occur throughout the eukaryotic tree of life. However, […]

Jessie Sun MindCORE Postdoctoral Fellow University of Pennsylvania   Personality Evaluated: What Do Other People Really Think of You?   What do other people really think of you? In this talk, I highlight the unique perspective that other people have on the most consequential aspects of our personalities—how we treat others, our best and worst […]

CIS Colloquium: Ben Fisch

March 9, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Computer & Information Science (CIS) Colloquia Series: Date: March 9, 2021 Colloquium Speaker: Ben Fisch Org:Computer Science Department, Stanford University Talk: TBA Zoom Recording: TBA CIS talks are held on either Tuesday or Thursday, 3:00PM – 4:00PM unless otherwise noted. A calendar of upcoming CIS events is available here.

Jon Freeman Department of Psychology Center for Neural Science NYU   TA domain-general dynamic framework for social perception   Initial social perceptions are often thought to reflect direct “read outs” of facial features. Instead, we outline a perspective whereby initial perceptions emerge from an automatic yet gradual process of negotiation between the perceptual cues inherent […]

Title: Looking Back to Move Forward: Long-Term Effects of Segregation on Perception, Action, and Cognition Neil Lewis, Jr. Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Cornell University   Faculty Host: Coren Apicella URL for more information:https://psychology.cornell.edu/neil-lewis-jr This talk will be virtual and the zoom link and password will be sent on the day of the talk