Janice Chen Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Johns Hopkins University   Brain Dynamics Underlying Memory for Continuous Natural Events   The world confronts our senses with a continuous stream of rapidly changing information. Yet, we experience life as a series of episodes or events, and in memory these pieces seem to become even further […]

Michael Frank Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Stanford University   Click here to register!   Bigger data about smaller people: Investigating children’s language learning at scale   Every typically developing child learns to talk, but children vary tremendously in how and when they do so. What predicts this variability? And which aspects of early […]

CNI seminar: Marc Badger

February 8, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Marc Badger GRASP Lab University of Pennsylvania   Location: Barchi Library (140 John Morgan Building) and via Zoom   Multi-view pose estimation and tracking of cowbirds in an outdoor aviary   Automated understanding of animal activity is poised to transform many fields in biology. Of particular interest to ecology, biomechanics, behavior, and neuroscience are studies of […]

Zhenghan Qi Bouvé College of Health Sciences Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Northeastern University   Click here to register!   Addressing individual differences in language learning: contribution of statistical learning, social cognition, and prediction   Language, shaping how we communicate, is an essential skill acquired early in typical development. Yet, striking heterogeneity in the […]