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Consolider CogNeuro Seminar Series 2013

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Current Edition: Fall 2013    Spring 2013

NOV  28

NON-STANDARD DATE

Investigating auditory-motor processing of speech sounds using transcranial magnetic stimulation by Rikka Mottonen ( web ) Department of Exp Psychology at the Oxford University.

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At 4.30pm in room 52.S27

Abstract

NOV 22What can infants learn from contingently reacting entities? by Erno Teglas ( web ) Department of Cognitivie Science, Central European University, Budapest.

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At noon in room
52.S31

Abstract

NOV 8  
OCT 25 


OCT 11

What are the linguistic skills of birds? by Carel ten Cate ( web ) Institute Biology Leiden, Universiteit Leiden.

 

Host: Ansgar Endress.

At noon in room
52.S31

Abstract

Papers to read

SEPT 27

Relationships between language structure, language learnability, and language acquisition by Padraic Monaghan  ( web ) Department of Psychology,  Lancaster University, UK.

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At noon in room
52.S31

Abstract

Papers to read

SEPT 13 
 
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JUL 12What are the chances of winning? Exploring the ecology and psychology of competitions by Robin Hogarth ( web ) Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

 

Host: Nuria Sebastián-Gallés.

At noon in room
52.S31

Abstract

Papers to read

JUL 1

An interface between vision, numerical cognition, and word meanings  by Justin Halberda ( web ) Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University.

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At noon in room
52.S25

Abstract

Papers to read

JUN 28Constraints and flexibility in early quantification by Lisa Feigenson ( web ) Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University.

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At noon in room
52.S31

Abstract

Papers to read

JUN 14

Word learning in infant bilingualism by Krista Byers-Heinlein ( web ) Dept of Psycholoogy, Concordia University.

Host: Nuria Sebastián-Gallés.

At noon in room
52.S31

Papers to read

Abstract

MAY 31

Verbal games in the scanner – information-specific or domain- and process-general activity? by Richard J. Wise ( web ) Dept. of Medicine, Imperial College London. 

Host: Albert Costa.

At noon in room
52.S31

Papers to read

Abstract

MAY 17

Audiovisual perception in second language learners: language, speaker and listener effects by Valerie Hazan ( web ) Dept. of Speech, Hearing an Phonetic Sciences, UCL.

Host: Salvador Soto. 

At noon in room
52.S31

Papers to read

Abstract

MAY 3

NO TALK: Daniela Martínez de la Mora´s dissertation

 

 

APR 19

 

Literacy acquisition in a second language by Ram Frost ( web ) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Host: Albert Costa.

At noon in room
52.S31

Papers to read

Abstract

MAR 22  
MAR 8

What are the chances of winning? Exploring the ecology and psychology of competitions  by Robin Hogarth ( web ) Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

 

Host: Nuria Sebastián-Gallés.

TALK CANCELED

At noon in room
52.S25

Abstract 

Papers to read

FEB 22

The neural correlates of developmental disorders of speech and language by Kate Watkins ( web ) University of Oxford.

 

Host: Nuria Sebastián-Gallés.

At noon in room
52.S25

Abstract

Papers to read

 

FEB 8

 

Thinking visual motion by Claudio de'Sperati ( web ) Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele. 

Host: Luca Bonatti.

At noon in room
52.S25

Abstract

Papers to read

JAN 18

Bayesian perception of isochronous sequences by Massimiliano Di Luca ( web ) Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics, University of Birmingham.

Host: Salvador Soto.

At noon in room
52.S25

Abstract

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