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Spring 2014 Cognitive Science Forum Schedule

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

January 10

Dr. Jason Moser
Cognitive control dynamics in anxiety: Insights from error-related brain activity

January 17

Dr. Mark Becker
Suppressing the Capture of Attention by a Particular Feature

January 24

Dr. Brad Postle, University of Wisconsin

January 31

Dr. Matt Pontifex
**Talk will be held in room 5 Psychology**

Febuary 7

Dr. Jeremy Gray
**Talk will be held in room 5 Psychology**

February 14

Ellie Kim

Febuary 21

Liz Wieland

February 28

Dr. Tuuli Morrill

March 7

No Forum -- Spring Break

March 14

DSS Discussion for Dr. Jesse Snedeker

March 21

3rd and 4th Year CCN Students

March 28

DSS Discussion for Dr. Olaf Sporns

April 4

3rd and 4th Year CCN Students

April 11

DSS Discussion for Dr. Russ Poldrack

April 18

1st and 2nd Year CCN Students

April 25

No Forum -- Multicultural talk

May 2

Dr. Tony Ro, City University of New York

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

MSU CogSci in the News

4.22.13
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.

4.22.13
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.

4.22.13
Professor Susan Ravizza received an NSF Career Award.

2.21.13
Professor Natalie Phillips is interviewed on BBC radio. (Starts at 12:40)

1.11.13
Professors Erik Altmann and Zachary Hambrick's research is on Lifehacker and MSU news.

9.19.12
Professor Natalie Phillips's research is in the Stanford and MSU news.

5.6.12
Professor Zach Hambrick's research is in the New York Times.
[Read the article here.]