We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, contact us:   Tomáš Jagelka Institute for Applied Microeconomics University of Bonn   Accounting for Individual-Specific Reliability of Self-Assessed Measures of Economic Preferences and Personality Traits   Measures based on self-assessments, which are increasingly important in empirical economic research, are plagued by measurement error. […]

Sara Sanchez-Alonso Language Learning and Multisensory Brain (LLAMB) Lab Yale University   Language neurobiology in early development: Advances in pediatric neuroimaging through multi-modal integration of fMRI and fNIRS   Early childhood is an important period to establish foundational language skills, which critically impact subsequent language and educational achievements. Most language delays and disorders emerge during […]

SCEW seminar: Yphtach Lelkes

April 7, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Yphtach Lelkes Annenberg School of Communication University of Pennsylvania   American partisans misperceive the diversity, not the extremity, of other partisans’ attitudes   Misperceptions about the political “other” are commonly cited as a central cause of partisan animosity in America. Previous work has focused almost exclusively on American partisans’ perceptions of how extreme the “average” […]

“Grid” Film Screening and Discussion   RSVP:   Drinks and donuts will be provided!     You are invited to a special screening of “Grid,” directed by Julia Ongchoco and featuring Joan Ongchoco and Cynthia Zhou. The screening will take place in the SAIL Room, and will be followed by a lively panel discussion […]