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Seminars

Every week during term time, the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience invites an external speaker to present their work, discuss and mutually inspire. This series of seminars is open to all.

ICN Seminars are held on Mondays at 3.15pm in B10

16

Jan

Lewis Thorne

 

 

Institute of Neurology, UCL

 

 

“Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus:  Fact or Fiction and the Role for Psychology”

 

 

Host: Alex Leff

 

 

 

23

Jan

Gustav Kuhn

 

 

Goldsmith’s University, London

 

 

“How magicians exploit psychological biases and limitations”

 

 

Host: Sophie Scott

 

 

 

30

Jan

Jarrod Lewis-Peacock

 

 

Affiliation

 

 

“Protection and Removal of Information in Working Memory"

 

 

Hosts: Neil Burgess & Sam Gilbert

 

 

 

06

Feb

Nadine Lavan

 

 

Queen Mary’s University London

 

 

“Who’s that? Person perception from voices”

 

 

Host: Sophie Scott

 

 

 

20

Feb

Keir Yong

UCL Institute of Neurology

“Mechanisms of visual and multisensory disturbances in posterior cortical atrophy”

Host: Alex Leff

 

 

 

 

 

 

27

Feb

Sam Vine & Dr David Harris

University of Exeter

“Futures made of Virtual Reality”

Host: Vince Walsh

 

 

 

6

March

Stephen Jackson

 

 

University of Nottingham

 

 

“Non-invasive Brain stimulation in Tourette syndrome”

 

 

Host: Vince Walsh

   

 

13

 

March

 

Benjamin Young

 

 

University of Nevada

 

 

Seminar Title: TBC

Host: Sophie Scott

  

 

20

March

Leanne Williams (ONLINE)

 

 

Stanford University

Seminar Title: TBC

Host: Jon Roiser

 

 

 

 

Seminars are held on Mondays at 3:15pm and we plan for them to be in-person rather than virtual

Any questions: Beth Allen (beth.allen@ucl.ac.uk)