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School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences - The University of Texas at Dallas

Lecture and Brownbag Series


BrainHealth Series Developmental, Cognitive and Social/Personality Brownbag Series
Center for Children and Families Series/Forum FLASH Series
Center for Vital Longevity Series Neuroscience Brownbag Series
Colloquium Series  

 

BRAINHEALTH SERIES

 

BRAINHEALTH FRONTIERS SERIES

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's BrainHealth Frontiers Series.  All presentations will be held in the International Reception Hall at 12:00-1:00pm, unless noted otherwise. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Teressa Roberson.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 12, 2014 John D. Corrigan, PhD, ABPP TBI and Public Health: Emerging Issues
Sep 26 Paula Grammas, PhD Eating and Drinking and Other Strategies to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
Oct 3 Lin Lin, EdD and Thomas D. Parsons, PhD Cognition, Technology and Learning
Oct 10 James Brewer, MD, PhD An Expanded Role for Biomarkers in the Clinical Evaluation of Cognitive Impairment: Toward Improved Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Disease
Oct 17 Kristen Kennedy, PhD Aging, Cognition and the Brain: Structural and Functional Associations
Oct 31 Kenneth S. Kosik, MD Stalking an Alzheimer Gene in the Far Mountains of Colombia
Nov 3 Xiaosi Gu, PhD Neural Computations Underlying Social Interaction: Emotion, Empathy and Equity
Nov 7 Sarah Feldstein-Ewing, PhD Evaluating and Improving Adolescent Health Risk Prevention and Intervention Programming via the Brain
Dec 5 Timothy McQueeny, PhD Drug Use and the Changing Brain: Developmental Insights to Addictions Neuroscience
Dec 12 Joseph Dunlop, PhD Fusing fMRI Tasks to Understand Chronic Substance Abuse

BrainHealth Frontiers Series Archive

 

BRAINHEALTH LECTURE SERIES

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's BrainHealth Lecture Series. All presentations will be held at the Center for BrainHealth, 2200 W. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Events to be announced

BrainHealth Lecture Series Archive

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CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SERIES/FORUM

 

CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SPRING LECTURE SERIES

Mark your calendars each spring and come join us for our annual lecture series.  The lectures are a series of talks by Center-affiliated researchers. All lectures are held on the campus of UT Dallas and are free and open to the public. Click here for more information.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Events to be announced

CCF Lecture Series Archive

CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FORUM

Mark your calendars and come join us for this year’s annual forum.  The forum will be held at The University of Texas at Dallas from 9:00am–1:30pm. Click here for more information.


DATE
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
TITLE
Oct 31, 2014 Robert Pianta, PhD Ensuring Children's Success in School

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CENTER FOR VITAL LONGEVITY SCIENCE SERIES

 

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's CVL Science Luncheon Series.  All presentations will be held in the Center for Vital Longevity Conference Room (8th floor) at 12:00-1:00pm, unless noted otherwise. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to April Norambuena.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 8, 2014 Yaakov Stern, PhD Cognitive Reserve and Aging
Sep 15 Theodore Price, PhD CNS Mechanisms Underlying the Transition to Chronic Pain
Sep 29 Sara Festini, PhD Memory Control: Consequences and Mechanisms of Directed Forgetting in Working Memory
Oct 6 Paul Fishwick, PhD TBA
Oct 13 Michael K. Scullin, PhD Sleep, Memory and Aging
Oct 20 Christopher K. Hertzog, PhD Now You See Them, Now You Don't: The Mystery of Age Differences in the Accuracy of Episodic Feeling-of-Knowing
Oct 27 Denise Park, PhD STAC-R: A Revision of the Scaffolding Theory of Aging and Cognition
Nov 3 Diana Kerwin, MD Dementia Prevention and Longevity
Nov 6 Beatriz Luna, PhD Brain Dynamics Underlying Cognitive Development Through Adolescence
Dec 1 Zhuang Song, PhD Imaging of the Medial Temporal Lobe in Healthy and Pathological Aging
Dec 8 Rob Ackerman, PhD The Role of Pathological Personality Traits in Roommate Relationship Development

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COLLOQUIUM SERIES

 

Mark your calendars and come join us for this year’s Colloquium Series.  All presentations will be held in GR 4.428 from 9:30–10:30am, unless noted otherwise.  REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
HOST

Sep 19, 2014

Keith Crnic, PhD

 

Arizona State University

Culture, Prenatal Stress and the Quality of Early Mother-Infant Interaction: Coregulation in Mexican American Dyads Margaret Owen, Jackie Nelson
Oct 24

Jeff Elman, PhD


University of California, San Diego

An Alternative to the Mental Lexicon

Or: Why a Word is Worth (More Than) a Thousand Pictures

Julia Evans, Richard Golden
Feb 6, 2015

Howard Eichenbaum, PhD

 

Boston University

The Hippocampus in Space and Time Tres Thompson

Apr 10

Richard Aslin, PhD

 

University of Rochester

The Dynamics of Learning and Attention in Infants and Adults Melanie Spence, Andrea Warner-Czyz

Apr 24

 

Time Change: 10:00-11:00am

Ross Roeser, PhD

 

Distinguished Lecturer in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, UT Dallas

Scientific Truth (In Audiology): The Process Dean Bert Moore

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DEVELOPMENTAL, COGNITIVE AND SOCIAL/PERSONALITY BROWNBAG SERIES

 

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's DCS Brownbag Series.  All presentations will be held in JO 4.306 at 9:00-10:00am, unless noted otherwise. 


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 3, 2014 Noah Sasson, PhD Measuring the Broad Autism Phenotype in Parents of a Child with Autism and the General Population
Sep 10 Ljubica "Libby" Damjanovic How Experience Shapes the Perception of Angry and Happy Facial Expressions: Cross-cultural and Real-world Applications of the Face in the Crowd Effect (FICE)
Sep 17 Brittany Boyer Graduate Students and Post-Docs Only: Tips for Publishing as a Graduate Student
Sep 24 Conrad Corretti and Daniel Faso The Broad Autism Phenotype and Roommate Relationships
Oct 1 Kristin Nordahl, PhD Early Father-child Interaction in a Father-friendly Context: Findings from the Behavior Outlook Norwegian Developmental Study (BONDS)
Oct 8 Jinkyung Na, PhD Cultural Modes of Reasoning Can Influence Interpersonal Liking and Political Elections
Oct 15 Kerrianne Morrison The Use of Conversational Discourse Markers in Adults with High-Functioning Autism
Oct 22 Sam Ehrenreich, PhD An Overview of NIH Funding Opportunities for First-time Applicants
Oct 29 Brittany Boyer BMI Trajectories in Early Childhood Predicting Cardiovascular Health in Adolescence
Nov 5 Maggie O'Connell Testing a Hierarchical Model of Working Memory: Influence of Age and Long-term Memory on Verbal Memory Updating
Nov 12 Sarah Kucker The Role of Novelty Biases and Vocabulary Knowledge in Word Learning
Nov 19 Kari Stouffer Effects of Prior Domain Knowledge and Cognitive Flexibility on Recall and Comprehension for Expository Text
Dec 3 Rosanna E. Guadagno, PhD Capturing the Elusive Vividness Effect: Figural Vividness and Persuassion
Dec 10 Ben Porter, PhD Making the Most of Conferences

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FLASH SERIES

 

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's FLASH (Friday Seminars in Speech, Language and Hearing) Brownbag Series.  All presentations will be held at Callier Center Dallas room A 229 with videolink to Callier Center Richardson in 1.508 from 12:00-1:00pm, unless noted otherwise. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Please RSVP to LaRuth Smith.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 5, 2014 BBS Reception No FLASH
Sep 12 Linda Thibodeau, PhD Good Hearing, Steady Feet – Developing Auditory Devices that Improve Hearing and Decrease the Risk For Falls

Sep 19

 

Room Change:
GR 4.428
BBS Colloquia No FLASH
Sep 26   No FLASH
Oct 3 Mike Motes, PhD Strategic Memory and Advanced Memory Training in Middle School Children
Oct 10 Melissa Boone, PhD Investigating Attention in Children with Specific Language Impairment: Models and Methods
Oct 17 Mandy Maguire, PhD EEG Correlates of Word Learning

Oct 24

 

Room Change:
GR 4.428

 

BBS Colloquia No FLASH
Oct 31

Pamela Rollins, PhD

Precursors to Social Communication: An Intervention Study
Nov 7 Richard Tyler, PhD Current Approaches to Helping the Tinnitus Patient
Nov 14 Elizabeth Buell Characteristics of Secondary Auditory Fields in an Animal Model of Tinnitus
Nov 21 ASHA Convention No FLASH
Nov 28 Thanksgiving Holiday No FLASH
Dec 5 Mariam Kavakci, PhD Examining Implicit Procedural Motor Learning in Adults Using a Serial Picture Task

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NEUROSCIENCE BROWNBAG SERIES

 

Mark your calendars and come join us for this semester's NSC Brown Bag Series.  All presentations will be held in JO 4.306 from 1:00-2:00pm, unless noted otherwise. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED.


DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 19, 2014 Fu-Chia Yang, PhD Formation of Cutaneous Versus Deep Tissue Pain Pathways
Sep 26 Robyn Crook, PhD Shared Patterns of Nociceptive Sensitization in Molluscs, Agnathans and Mammals Reveal Evolutionary Functions of Pain States
Oct 3 Anwesha Banerjee The Molecular Basis of Fear Learning Abnormalities Observed in an Environmentally Induced Animal Model of Autism
Oct 10 IASP  
Oct 17 Daniel Hulsey Vagus Nerve Stimulation Dependent Enhancement of Cortical Plasticity Requires Cholinergic Innervation of the Cortex
Oct 24 Erica Underwood TBA
Oct 31 Chris de Solis TBA
Nov 14 SfN  
Nov 21 Jessica Pruett Effect of Vagus Nerve Stimulation on Extinction from Drug-seeking and Associated Changes in Metaplasticity in the Infralimbic to Basolateral Amygdala Pathway
Dec 5 Jamie Moy Translation Regulation in Pain Plasticity
Jan 16, 2015 TBA TBA
Jan 23 TBA TBA
Jan 30 Carolina Burgos Vega TBA
Feb 6 TBA TBA
Feb 13 TBA TBA
Feb 20 TBA TBA
Feb 27 Mike B TBA
Mar 6 Vaskar Das Post-herpetic Neuralgia: Pathobiological Insights from Rodent Models
Mar 13 Shayne Hassler TBA
Mar 27 Feng Tao, PhD TBA
Apr 10 Anthony Nguyen TBA
Apr 17 David Pruitt, Derek Wills TBA
Apr 24 Amanda Alverez TBA
May 1 Marina Asiedu TBA
May 8 Vivekanand Jeevakumar TBA
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