The Psychology Department sponsors a colloquium series in which distinguished scholars lecture about their cutting-edge research findings. These lectures are particularly relevant to students who are considering a career in basic or applied research.
2012-2013 Colloquium Series:
- April 11, 2013: Thomas Kash, “Modulation of Emotional Neural Circuitry: Implications for Alcoholism and Affective Disorders” (more information)
- February 21, 2013: Dr. Leda Cosmides, “The architecture of human motivation: A computational and evolutionary-functional approach” (more information)
- February 7, 2013: Susan Goldin-Meadow, “Gesture’s Role in Creating and Learning Language” (more information)
- November 8, 2012: Dr. Ken Nakayama, “Developmental Prosopagnosia?” (more information)
- September 27, 2012: Dr. Laura A. King, “Life Is Pretty Meaningful: The Commonplace Experience of Meaning in Life,” (more information)