Cognition and Brain Sciences Seminars

3:00 - 4:30 PM, Fridays
Cornett A228

The Cognition and Brain Sciences (CaBS) program hosts a weekly seminar series (CaBSSem) most Friday afternoons from September through April. About two thirds of the sessions are dedicated to presentations by faculty and/or grad students in our program; the remaining third feature talks by visiting researchers.

Anyone with an interest in cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive science, or generally anything cognitive, is welcome and encouraged to attend.

If you would like to receive the weekly CaBSSem announcement, which typically includes an abstract for the upcoming talk, and you are not already receiving it through the Psychat or Neuroscience mailing lists, you can subscribe to the CaBSSem mailing list (cabssem@lists.uvic.ca).

Current Schedule:

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
September 13, 2019 Daniel Bub Psychology, UVic Waiting for Godot. Truth and falsity in cognitive research
September 20, 2019 Caitlin Mahy Brock University Don’t forget to feed the goldfish:
The Executive Framework of children’s prospective memory development
September 27, 2019 Cancelled Psychology, UVic
October 4, 2019 Morgan Teskey Psychology, UVic An unembodied account of action-sentence compatibility effects
October 11, 2019 Alison Campbell Psychology, UVic Psychometrics of face identification
October 18, 2019 Cancelled to accomodate CRC talk.
October 25, 2019 Tom Ferguson Psychology, UVic Theta oscillations as possible neural evidence for correspondence effects
November 1, 2019 Max Rabe Universität Potsdam

Eye-movement control during 
reading: Bayesian parameter 
inference of the dynamical 
SWIFT model

November 8, 2019 Professor Hans Colonius  Department of Psychology
C.v. Ossietzky University
Oldenburg, Germany
Paradox resolved: Stop signal race model with negative dependence
November 15, 2019 Clinical Job Talks
November 22, 2019 Clinical Job Talks
November 29, 2019 Clinical Job Talks
December 6, 2019 Clinical Job Talks
January 10, 2020 Emma Ullrich University of Victoria The Nature of the Alignment Effect: New Evidence for Motor-based Effects on Keypress Responses

Archives of Schedules for Past Years:

2018 - 2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013 - 2014

2012 - 2013

2011 - 2012

2010 - 2011