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Fall 2014 Cognitive Science Forum Schedule

The Cognitive Forum is held every Friday at 3:30 p.m. in Psychology 230 (unless otherwise noted).

September 5

Dr. Kelly Mix, Michigan State University
Spatial grounding for mathematical symbols in early childhood

September 12

Dr. Fey Parrill, Case Western Reserve
Gesture as a window on to mental representations: The case of gestural viewpoint

September 19

No forum -- Messe lecture

September 26

Dr. Susan Ravizza, Michigan State University
Distraction in the classroom: The use of portable devices for non-academic purposes

October 3

To be announced

October 10

Dr. Adam Greenberg, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
The neural architecture subserving visual attention

October 17

Distinguished Speaker Series pretalk for Dr. Michael Tanenhaus, University of Rochester
Real-time spoken word recognition: a data explanation aproach

October 24

Dr. David Rapp, Northwestern University

October 31

Dr. Joyce Chai, Michigan State University

November 7

Dr. Erik Altmann, Michigan State University
The role of placekeeping ability in fluid intelligence

November 14

To be announced

November 21

No Forum -- Psychonomics

November 28

No Forum -- Thanksgiving Break

December 5

BNS & CCN faculty lab presentations

Past Cognitive Science Forum Schedules: Spring 2014 - Fall 2013 - Spring 2013 - Fall 2012 - Spring 2012 - Fall 2011 - Spring 2010 - Fall 2010 - Spring 2011

MSU CogSci in the News

Professors Devin McAuley, Soo-Eun Chang, Laura Dilley, and Juli Wade were awarded a grant for their project "Rhythm Processing Deficits in Developmental Stuttering" from the GRAMMY Foundation.

Professors Judith Danovitch, Jason Moser, and Zach Hambrick were awarded a grant for their project "Neural, Cognitive, and Social Contributions to the Development of Intellectual Humility" from the Templeton Foundation/Fuller Theological Seminary.

Professor Susan Ravizza received an NSF Career Award.

Professor Natalie Phillips is interviewed on BBC radio. (Starts at 12:40)

Professors Erik Altmann and Zachary Hambrick's research is on Lifehacker and MSU news.

Professor Natalie Phillips's research is in the Stanford and MSU news.

Professor Zach Hambrick's research is in the New York Times.
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Professor Zach Hambrick's research is in the Sunday New York Times.
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Professor Kim Fenn is interviewed for BBC's show "All in the Mind".
[Listen to the interview here.]

Professor Zach Hambrick's research is featured on
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Professor Soo-Eun Chang's article is featured in Dana Foundation journal, Cerebrum.
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