We welcome esteemed guest speakers for our colloquia talks that cover a wide range of fascinating topics.
Our colloquia talks usually take place on a Friday at Tower Building (Room 12.11) at 14:10-15:00 and feature guest speakers from various interesting backgrounds. The talks are open to all and are followed by tea and cake.
Spring 2020 series
|Friday 31 January|
Dr Andre Cravo, Sau Paulo, Brazil
Host: Prof. Marc Buehner
|Encoding of temporal information in humans|
|Friday 28 February||Dr Raluca Petrican, Cardiff and Toronto|
The Functional Brain Architecture Underlying Individual Differences in Cognitive Control and Episodic Memory
|Friday 13 March||Prof. Christopher Jarrold, Bristol||Rethinking recoding and rehearsal: Implications for development and neuropsychology|
|Friday 27 March||Dr Lucy Livingston, Cardiff University||Characterisation and Cognitive Mechanisms of Compensation in Neurodevelopmental Conditions|
|Friday 24 April||Dr Bernhard Staresina, Birmingham|
Host: Penny Lewis
|How the human hippocampus orchestrates pattern completion: evidence from fMRI, scalp EEG and intracranial EEG|