Reverse Replay during Human Problem Solving
The colloquium is a public lecture series sponsored by the Department of Psychology. Guest lecturers from Princeton and around the world present a one-hour talk about their work followed by a question and answer period. Students are encouraged to attend these colloquia.
Unless otherwise noted, all lectures begin at 12:00 PM in PNI A32 Lecture Hall.
Lunch will be served immediately prior to the lecture start time.
Social Cognition, the Amygdala, and Autism
Implicit Social Cognition
Mechanisms of Motivational Impairments in Psychopathology
Group Identification and Group-Based Emotions Over Time: Dynamics of Experience and Regulation
Cognitive Coding in the Hippocampal-Entorhinal System
The Brain That Thinks About Minds
Mechanisms of Statistical Learning in Infancy
"Parallel Basal Ganglia Circuits for Reward Value-Guided Behavior"
"Have I Seen that Before? Single-Exposure Visual Familiarity Memories are Reflected in IT Cortex"