Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience Fall 2014 Colloquium

Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience Fall 2014 Colloquium

Fridays, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Room 6496, The Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016

Upcoming talks for Fall 2014:

September 12

Jennifer Stewart, Queens College, CUNY
“Blunted Aversive Interoceptive Processing in Stimulant Use Disorders”

September 19

Grad student presentations
Yuliya Ochakovskaya “Does study-test delay moderate the relationship between achievement contexts and learning success? An ERP study”
Seungyeon Annie Lyu “Neural hypervigilance in trauma-exposed women”
Sarah Babkirk “The Late positive potential as a predictor of emotion regulation capacity in children”

October 10

George Huntley, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
“Novel mechanisms for coupling synaptic structural and functional plasticity”

October 17

Grad student presentations
Antonio Aubry
Anthony klambatsen
Junqing Chen “Metaphorical Color Representations of Emotional Concepts in English and Chinese Speakers: Evidence from Behavioral Data”

October 24

Hoi-Chung Leung, Stony Brook University
“Neuroimaging of Cognitive Control of Information Processing – Working Memory Updating”

October 31

John Martin, City College
“Role of Motor Cortex Activity in Corticospinal Tract Development and Response To Injury”

November 7

Raja Parasuraman, George Mason University
“Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and Cognitive Training: Effects on Attention, Learning, and Brain Connectivity”

November 14

Bo Li, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
“The central amygdala circuits in fear processing”

November 21

William Bialek, Princeton University & Visiting Presidential Professor of GC, CUNY
“More than the sum of their parts:  Searching for collective behavior in networks of neurons and flocks of birds”

December 5

Nim Tottenham, Columbia University
“Human amygdala-PFC circuit development”

December 12

Timothy J. Buschman, Princeton University
“Dynamics of Cognitive Flexibility”

December 19

Grad student presentations
Jenna Rieder
Samantha Berthod
Jonathan Perelmuter


Organized by Tony Ro, Ph.D. Professor The City College and Graduate Center The City University of New York Department of Psychology, NAC 7/120 160 Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031 Web:


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