Frank Keil Department of Psychology Yale University   The Curious Case of Clockwork Cognition: Why Are Young Children So Interested in Mechanism?   This speaker will give a virtual seminar via Zoom, with the talk streamed live in the Levin Auditorium so that anyone interested can still gather in person for a communal viewing experience. […]

CNI Seminar: Michael Arcaro

December 7, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Michael Arcaro Department of Psychology University of Pennsylvania   BRB 251 and via Zoom   How IT cortex gets its spots   We are remarkably good at recognizing objects and faces in our environment, even after just a brief glimpse. How do we develop the neural circuitry that supports such robust perception? The biological importance of […]

E.A.R.S. is a monthly auditory seminar series with the focus on central auditory processing and circuits. Please pre-register (for free) and tune in via Crowdcast (enter your email to receive the link for the talk):   (Note: for optimal performance, we recommend using Google Chrome as your browser).   Speakers: TBA

Stephan Meier James P. Gorman Professor of Business Chair of Management Division Columbia Business School Columbia University   Title forthcoming   Everyone is welcome to attend and can register here:   NoBeC (Norms and Behavioral Change) Talks showcase interdisciplinary early career and senior researchers working on norms and behavioral change around the world. Organized by […]