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Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences (ICBS)

UC, Berkeley Spring 2004 Colloquium Series:


Jan 30 Maggie Shiffar
Rutgers University, Newark Campus, Department of Psychology
"When and why do the visual analyses of human and object motions differ?"
Feb 6 Lera Boroditsky, ICBS Fellow
MIT, Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences
"Who's afraid of Benjamin Whorf?"
Feb 13 Stuart Zola
Yerkes Primate Institute
** Sponsored by MCB/Neurobio Colloq. Series.
"Mild Cognitive Impairment, Memory and the Brain"
Feb 20 Lera Boroditsky, ICBS Fellow
MIT, Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences
"From perception to language and back again."
Mar 5 Stephen Lea
Univ. of Exeter, Department of Psychology
"He doesn't understand every word you say: What we know about cognition in
dogs."
Mar 19 Silvia Bunge
UC, Davis, Department of Psychology and Center for Mind and Brain
"Controlling our thoughts and actions: Contributions of Prefrontal cortex"
Apr 9 Phil Kellman, The Irv Rock Memorial Lecture
UCLA, Department of Psychology
"Aspects of the 4-Dimensional Geometry of Visual Object Formation" ** Co-sponsored with Oxyopia
Apr 16 Marcus Raichle, The Helen Wills Lecture
Washington Univ., Department of Neurology
** Sponsored by Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute
Apr 23 Branch Coslettl
Univ. of Penn., Department of Neurology
"Body Representations: Evidence for Dissociable Systems".
May 7 David Wessel
UCB, CNMAT