Chia-Huei Tseng (The University of Hong Kong)
The practical and theoretical importance of how attention guides visual search has attracted psychologists for decades, yet we are still far from having a complete picture. One of the unanswered questions is how attention is directed by the relation between parts of a scene (perceptual grouping).
Jeremy Wilmer (Wellesley College)
Michael Barnett-Cowan (Western University)
A Northeastern University Affective Science Institute symposium, featuring talks by four young investigators.
(Update - a planned poster session has been canceled.)
Eliza Bliss-Moreau, California National Primate Research Center, University of California, Davis
Comparative Affective Science: What can we learn from nonhuman primates?
Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences
Brown University, U.S.A
Dominique L. Pritchett
BS, Chemistry, Virginia State U, 2002
This thesis may be read online at http://stellar.mit.edu/S/course/9/fa06/9.THESIS-BCS/materials.html
Please note: draft thesis requires an MIT certificate for access.
John Assad (Harvard Neuroscience)
Department of Psychology, Northeastern University, Boston
Framing the Future of MBE:
Cognitive Neuroscience Research Conference
Wednesday October 19th 2011
ASKWITH HALL 5:30 – 6:15pm
Reception to follow, Larsen 214, 6:15 –7:00 pm
Gigi Luk, Kathleen H. Corriveau, Peter Blake, Priya Kalra, Yvonne Domings and Carlo Cerruti on bilingualism and cognition, the evolutionary roots of altruism, bias and perception, social cues and learning, technology and learning disabilities, and memory systems.
Hosted by the Mind, Brain, & Education Student Association at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Andrew Leber (Vision Lab, Harvard Psychology & University of New Hampshire)