COGNITIVE TEA


Mondays 12:00-1:30 pm, Sewall Hall 303

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Fall 2016

11/28 
Speaker: TBD 

11/21
Speaker: James Dannemiller, Department of Psychology, Rice University

11/14
Speaker: Hao Yan, Department of Psychology, Rice University

11/7
Speaker: Anne Sereno, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, UT-Health Sciences

 10/31
Speaker: Colin Noe & Hao Yan, Department of Psychology, Rice University 

10/24
Cancelled

10/17
Cancelled  

10/10
Cancelled  

10/3
Speaker: Simon Fischer-Baum & Curtiss Chapman, Department of Psychology, Rice University 

9/26
Speaker: Randi Martin, Department of Psychology, Rice University 

9/19
Speaker: Benjamin Tamber-Rosenau, Department of Psychology, University of Houston

Spring 2016

4/6
Speaker: Curtiss Chapman, Department of Psychology, Rice University

3/30
Speaker: Harvey Levin & Mary Newsome, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, BCM

3/23
Speaker: Colin Noe & Debshilla Basu Mallick, Department of Psychology, Rice University

3/16
Speaker: Tao Wei, Department of Psychology, Rice University

3/9
Cancelled 

2/24
Speaker: Qiuhai Yue, Department of Psychology, Rice University

2/17
Speaker: Phil Grimaldi, OpenStax, Rice University

2/10
Speaker: Hao Yan & Yingxue Tian, Department of Psychology, Rice University

2/3
Speaker: Dana DeMaster, Children’s Learning Institute, UT-Health Sciences

1/27
Speaker: Marina Vanucci, Department of Statistics, Rice University

1/20
Speaker: Simon Fischer-Baum, Department of Psychology, Rice University

1/13
Speaker: Maya L Henry, Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Texas, Austin

Fall 2015

11/18
Discussion: Chabris, C. F., et al. (2012). Most reported genetic associations with general intelligence are probably false positives.. Psychological Science, 23(11), 1314--1323.

11/11
Speaker: Alicia Chang, Department of Psychology, Rice University

11/4
Speaker: James Pomerantz, Department of Psychology, Rice University

10/28
Discussion: Open Science Collaboration. (2015). Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349, aac4716.

10/21
CANCELLED

10/14
Speaker: Heather Dial and Julie Hughes, Department of Psychology, Rice University

10/7
Speaker: Dr. Johannes Rennig, Postdoc Baylor College of Medicine

Spring 2015

4/22
Speaker: Yingxue Tian and Colin Noe, Psychology Graduate Students, Rice University

4/15
Speaker: Debshila Basu Mallick, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

4/8
Speaker: Yu-Hsuan (Alicia) Chang, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

4/1
Speaker: TBD

2/25
Speaker: Robert Englebretson, Department of Linguistics, Rice University

3/18
Speaker: Qiuhai Yue, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

3/11
Speaker: Curtiss Chapman, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

2/25
Speaker: Heather Dial, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

2/18
Speaker: Ruth de Diego Balaguer, Cognition and Brain Plasticity Unit, University of Barcelona

2/11
Speaker: Hao Yan, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

1/28
Speaker: Tao Wei, Psychology Graduate Student, Rice University

1/21
Speaker: Anthony Brandt, Shepard School of Music, Rice University

Fall 2014

12/3
Speaker: Jeff Yau, Assistant Professor Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine

11/12
Speaker: Julie Huges, Department of Psychology, Rice University

11/5
Speaker: John Magnotti, Neuroscience, UT-HSC

10/29
Speaker: Heekyeong Park, Department of Psychology, UT-Arlington

10/22
Speaker: Özge Gürcanli, Department of Psychology, Rice University

10/15
Speaker: Alda Rivas, Department of Psychology, Rice University

10/8
Speaker: Genevera Allen, Department of Statistics, Rice University

10/1
Speaker: Deepna Devkar, Neuroscience, UT-HSC; Kim Orsten, Department of Psychology, Rice University

9/24
Speaker: Randi Martin, Department of Psychology, Rice University

9/17
Speaker: Stuart Red, Neuroscience, UT-HSC

9/10
Speaker: Kelly Barnes, Assistant Professor Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine

9/3
Speaker: Mark Gibson, Department of Linguistics, Rice University

8/27
Speaker: Bruno Breitmeyer, Department of Psychology, University of Houston

Spring 2014

4/30
Speaker: Nuray Yozbatiran, UT-HSC

4/23
Speaker: Curtiss Chapman, Department of Psychology, Rice University

4/16
Speaker: Alicia Chang, Department of Psychology, Rice University

4/2
Speaker: Tatiana T. Schnur, Department of Psychology, Rice University

3/26
Speaker: Alda Rivas, Department of Psychology, Rice University; Qiuhai Yue, Department of Psychology, Rice University

3/19
Speaker: Caleb Robinson, UT-HSC; Heather Stern, Social Sciences Grants, Rice University

3/12
Speaker: Nadeeka Dias, UT-HSC; Tao Wei, Department of Psychology, Rice University

2/26
Speaker: Jared Medina, University of Delaware

2/19
Speaker: Don Foss, University of Houston

2/12
Speaker: Stellos Smirnakis, Baylor College of Medicine

1/29
Speaker: Debshila Basu Mallick, Department of Psychology, Rice University; Margaret Tollefson or Katie Noble Carpenter, Rice Office of Foundations and Corporate Research, Rice University

1/22
Speaker: Jarrod Lewis-Peacock, University of Texas

1/15
Speaker: James L. Dannemiller, Department of Psychology, Rice University

Fall 2013

11/6
Speaker: Tilbe Goksun, Koç University, Istanbul
Topic: "Talking and gesturing spatial relations: Evidence from focal brain injury"

10/30
Speaker: James Pomerantz, Department of Psychology, Rice University
Topic: "The Theory of Basic Gestalts, Version 2.0"

10/23
Speaker: Hao Yan, Department of Psychology, Rice University
Topic: "Working Memory and Planning during Sentence Production"

Speaker: Jingyi Geng, Department of Psychology, Rice University
Topic: "The Organization of Concrete and Abstract Concepts: Categorical vs. Associative Relationships"
Speaker: Julie Hughes, Department of Psychology, Rice University
Topic: "Facilitation and Interference in Naming: A Consequence of the Same Learning Process?"

10/16
Speaker: Randi Martin, Department of Psychology, Rice University
Topic: "Implications of Sentence Processing and Sentence Processing Deficits for Embedded Process vs. Storage Buffer Approaches to Working Memory"

10/9
Speaker: Charles Chang, Department of Linguistics, Rice University
Topic: "Bilingual perceptual benefits of experience with a heritage language"

9/25
Speaker: Nancy Niedzielski, Department of Linguistics, Rice University
Topic: "Attitudes and awareness we’re unaware of"

9/18
Speaker: Ian McDonough, Center for Vital Longevity, University of Texas at Dallas
Topic: "How Brain Structure and Function Contribute to Cognitive Ability across the Adult Lifespan"

9/11
Speaker: Casey O'Callaghan, Department of Philosophy, Rice University
Topic: "Intermodal Binding & Awareness"