Time & Place: Thursdays, 4pm in BOUS 160 (Map)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have speaker suggestions, questions, or would like to receive email announcements.
|Oct 3||Marta Miquel (Univ. Jaume I/Albert Einstein)||A working model for the role of the cerebellum in drug addiction|
|Oct 10||Sashank Pisupati (Cold Spring Harbor/Princeton)||A value based explanation for lapses in perceptual decisions|
|Oct 17||Student Talk: Renee Chasse|
|Oct 31||Luan Castro Tonelli||A new animal model of paradoxical kinesia induced by 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations playback in rats|
|Nov 7||Juli Wade (UConn)||Hormonal and Genetic Influences on Sexual Differentiation of the Zebra Finch Song System|
|Nov 14||Student Talk: Skyler Sklenarik
Student Talk: Chuyi Su
|Approach biases in cannabis and pornography users
Revisiting Layer 5 Corticotectal Cells
|Nov 21||Patrick Randall (Penn State)||Nicotine and Alcohol Co-Abuse: At the Intersection of Drug Abuse and Neuroimmune Dysfunction|
|Dec 5||Student Talk: Kasey Smith||Multiple time scales for perceptually integrating and judging time-varying sound sequences in rats|
|Dec 12||Qiaojie Xiong (Stony Brook University)||Integration of the auditory and spatial information in an auditory decision|
PSYC 5200 & Student Presentations
The seminars are open to any interested faculty, staff, and students. However, BNS graduate students are required to take 4 semesters of seminar (PSYC 5200) for credit. The major goal of the course is to give students a chance to practice presenting and get feedback on their research. Senior graduate students and advanced/honors undergraduates working in BNS/PNB labs may also register.