All meetings are in Bousfield A106 at 12:20 on Mondays.
Please keep in mind seating, lighting, pacing and slide design concerns regarding accessibility.
|1/29||Charlie Wasserman||Neural Resonance Theory: Testing Dynamical Predictions Using Missing Pulse Rhythms||Yi Wei|
|2/05||Hannah Morrow||EEG oscillations involved in integrating visual, verbal, and auditory stimuli||Sahil Luthra|
|2/12||Nick Monto||Adaptation to probabilistic variation in VOT||Henry Wolf|
|2/19||Sahil Luthra||Brain-behavior relationships in implicit learning of non-native phonetic categories||Kyra Krass|
|2/26||Emily Myers||There’s many a slip twixt ear and lip: Distortions, discontinuities, and disasters in speech perception||Pam Fuhrmeister|
|3/05||Ted Jenkins||Comprehension of discourse produced by speakers with aphasia with and without the presence of gestures||Zac Ekves|
|3/12||SPRING BREAK||Sahil Luthra|
|3/19||Ed Large||Neural Resonance Theory: Pattern Formation and Plasticity||Yanina Prystauka|
|3/26||Rachael Steiner||Making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear: snappy subtitles influence perceived significance of research results (CNS conference)||André Lindsey|
|4/02||Charles Davis||Touch, sight, sound (and smell): The role of sensorimotor systems in concept processing||Kayleigh Ryherd|
|4/09||Dave Saltzman||Dynamic updating of phonetic beliefs in people with aphasia||Chris Heffner|
|4/16||Rachel Theodore||He said, she said: Talker-specific influences on memory for spoken language||Ashley Parker|
|4/23||Kayleigh Ryherd||Atypical category learning in poor comprehenders||Meaghan Perdue|