Katherine Duncan Department of Psychology University of Toronto   The Rhythms of Memory Behaviour   When are you best prepared to learn? Our intuition points to slowly changing factors, like having a good night’s sleep or a cup of coffee. Remarkably, an influential factor may operate so quickly that eludes not only our conscious reflections but […]

CNI Seminar: Elizabeth McCullagh

October 18, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Elizabeth McCullagh Department of Integrative Biology Oklahoma State University   New insights into binaural hearing from animal models of Fragile X Syndrome   The goal of the McCullagh lab is to understand how the brain processes sound location information. We explore central sound source processing three ways: 1. By manipulating the brain using modern neuroscience […]

ILST seminar: Meg Cychosz

October 21, 2022
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Meg Cychosz Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences Center for Comparative and Evolutionary Biology of Hearing University of Maryland   Coarticulation, compensation, and phonetic change   The speech stream is highly variable and context-dependent. My research program investigates how speakers, especially children, comprehend and reproduce this variable speech over the lifespan—processes that can lead to […]

Our speaker will present a virtual seminar, via Zoom. All are welcome to join us in the SAIL Room for the Zoom seminar – pizza will be served as usual! Please bring your own beverage.   To join the seminar remotely, please email for link:   Dwight Kravitz Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences […]