Please join us for the next edition of E.A.R.S. (Electronic Auditory Research Seminars), a monthly auditory seminar series focused on central auditory processing and circuits.   This session is our Professional development session with panel discussion on “Neuroscience careers outside of academia.” We have four speakers on the panel:   1. Mira Puri – Azrieli […]

Reconstruction of Temporal and Spatial Order Information   A reconstruction-of-order task illuminated the dynamics and strategies that underlie serial order recall. Following an initial baseline experiment, a second experiment orthogonally varied temporal and spatial positions. This experiment yielded large performance differences between recalling temporal and spatial information. In the temporal condition, participants attempted to reconstruct […]

Joyce He – “It’s not just Imprecision: Stereotypes guide Vagueness Resolution in Implicit Comparisons”   Stereotype-based information has been shown to guide language comprehension. For example, comprehenders interpret numerals more precisely when uttered by Nerdy speakers vs. Chill speakers: they are less likely to select a price of $207 as the referent of “The price […]

We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, please contact us:   Ev Fedorenko McGovern Institute Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences MIT   The language system in the broader landscape of the human brain   I seek to understand how our brains understand and produce language. I will discuss three […]