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Colloquium: Randi Martin

Zoom

Domain-specific verbal working memory capacities and their role in language production

Colloquium: Brenden Lake

Zoom

Brenden Lake is an assistant professor of psychology and data science at NYU. His work attempts to address questions like: How do people learn a new concept from just one or a few examples? How do people act creatively when designing new concepts? How do people learn qualitatively different forms of structure? How do people […]

Colloquium: Rachel I Mayberry

Zoom

Rachel I. Mayberry is a professor in the Department of Linguistics at UCSD. She uses sign language and deafness as a means to model the critical period for language from both psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic perspectives. The talk's title and abstract will be posted about one week in advance. The Zoom link will not be posted […]

Colloquium: Carlos Ponce

Zoom

Carols Ponce is an assistant professor of neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He is interested in how different brain regions interact to solve motion processing and visual object recognition, asking this question via a combination of electrophysiology, reversible deactivation and microstimulation techniques as well as computational modeling. The talk's title […]