These seminars take place in term time only, in the Lecture Theatre, 15 Chaucer Rd, Cambridge, CB2 7EF. All are welcome to attend and there is no need to pre-register, just come early enough to report to Reception and claim a visitor badge. Unless otherwise stated, they are all on Wednesdays, from 12.30 until around 2pm.
Please note – all seats are allocated on first-come, first-served basis, and we have an H&S limit of 90 attendees which cannot be exceeded.
Note also that there is no parking available on site. Please do not park illegally on the road outside – in particular do not park on the verges or blocking the footpaths. Cycle racks are available.
For further information, or if you would like to join the e-mail list for information on any of our seminars please e-mail Vicky Collins. All public talks are publicised on the University talks website, which also contains an archive of older talks.
Schedule of upcoming talks:
Easter Term 2017
|26 April||Jessica Hodgson (UoN)
Handedness and speech: Investigating behavioural characteristics of hemispheric asymmetry
|3 May||Jiri Cevora (CBU)
Do changes in Subjective Probability Distributions reflect a Prediction Error driven learning process?
|10 May||Sneha Shashidhara and Tanya Wen (CBU)
SS: The multiple demand system and its subnetworks
TW: Exploring temporal dynamics of preparatory attention
|17 May||Elizabeth Byrne (CBU)
Working memory training and transcranial electrical stimulation
|24 May||Benedikt Zoefel (CBU)
Does entrained tACS modulate speech-specific BOLD responses? Evidence from combined tACS-fMRI
|31 May||Rezvan Farahibozorg (CBU)
A network analysis approach for characterising the spatiotemporal dynamics of semantic networks in the brain
|7 June||Laura Forde and Shraddha Kaur (CBU)
LF: Developmental unilateral neglect
SK: Mechanisms of working memory updating
|14 June||Rogier Kievit (CBU)
Healthy neurocognitive aging with big data: A multivariate dive into Biobank (N=500,000)
|21 June||Becky Gilbert (CBU)
How does recent linguistic experience result in a retuning of lexical-semantic representations?