The 2018-2019 Center for Neuroscience and Society (CNS) Talk Series focuses on Drugs, the Brain and Society. Lectures run 4:30-5:30 followed by discussion and a reception. Our lectures are free to attend, but due to limited seating, please rsvp to:   Thursday, February 7 4:30pm Addiction is a brain disease and it still matters* Alan I. Leshner, CEO Emeritus, American Association […]

  Please join us for this seminar from visiting postdoc candidate from University of Toronto, Nick Diamond. The Kahana Lab will be hosting this event, and lunch will be provided.   Location: 357 Levin Building   Detail and organization in memory for real-world experiences   Episodic memory is defined by (1) re-experiencing specific details from […]

John Krakauer Professor of Neurology, Neuroscience, & Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine   Exploring the cognitive-motor interface: motor skill, movement imitation, and procedural memory   The notion of motor skill will be discussed, along with experimental results addressing it. Then I will discuss the basis for ability to imitate and […]

ILST seminar: Ollie Sayeed

February 8, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Ollie Sayeed Department of Linguistics University of Pennsylvania   Why most languages aren’t chaotic evil   Grammarians in the classical tradition (e.g. Priscian 500 CE) thought of grammar as a set of analogical relationships between whole words organized into paradigms. More recent work in the framework of Word and Paradigm Morphology (e.g. Blevins 2016) has […]