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BCS Spring Colloquium Series
Fridays at 4:00 PM, Bldg 46-3002 Auditorium

Spring 2008
Talk Title

February 8 Rufin Vogels, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Stimulus selective adaptation in macaque inferior temporal neurons: fMRI, Local field potentials and spiking activity. (PDF)
February 15
Tom Albright, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies In your mind's eye: Neural correlates of visual associative memory. (PDF)
February 22

Renée Baillargeon, University of Illinois

Physical Reasoning in Infancy. (PDF)

February 29 Jesse Snedeker, Harvard Starting Over: International Adoption as a Natural Experiment in Language Acquisition (PDF)
March 14 Liz Phelps, NYU Changing Learned Fear (PDF)
March 21 Markus Meister, Harvard
Eyes Smarter Than Scientists Believed: neural computations in the retina (PDF)
April 4 Anna Wang Roe, Vanderbilt Modules of perception within V2 and V4 of the Macaque monkey (PDF)

April 15 Tuesday at 4pm
*Please note date & time.

Alain Berthoz, Collège de France Brain mechanism for decision making in gaze control. Studies with fMRI and intracranial electrode in epileptic patients. Implications for Brain/Robot interface (PDF)
April 18

Aniruddha Das, Columbia University

Entraining to Task Expectation in Primary Visual Cortex (PDF)

April 25

  Nora Volkow, National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health  

Neurobiology of free will and addictive disorder (PDF)

May 2
Gilles Laurent, California Institute of Technology

Coding and Plasticity
in an Olfactory System (PDF)

May 9  

Yasunori Hayashi,
RIKEN-MIT Neuroscience Research Center,
The Picower Institute for Learning and Memory,
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Molecular mechanisms of hippocampal learning (PDF)

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