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Colloquia 2013–2014

Spring 2014 Colloquia

February 14, 2014

Title: Complex Secrets: Dispelling the Shame of Sex and Love Addiction


Cancelled: Weather-related travel delays

Jessica LevithMarriage and family therapist, Oakland, ca

Location/Time: Jones Hall - Room 102, Noon

Note: Co-sponsored by Department of Psychology & Gender and Sexuality Studies, Newcomb College Institute Series

February 21, 2014

Title: Perception-Action Dissociations

William Fabricius, Ph.D.arizona State University

Location/Time: Jones Hall - Room 102, Noon

March 14, 2014

Title: Neural and Behavioral Correlates of Stress Vulnerability in Children at High Risk for Adult Psychopathology

Elliott Beaton, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, university of New Orleans

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon

March 21, 2014

Title: The Impact of Prejudice on Time Perception

Gordon MoskowitzProfessor & chair, Psychology department, lehigh University

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon


March 28, 2014

Title: Does Childhood Adversity Affect Perinatal Health?

Emily Harville, Ph.D.Associate professor, department of epidemiology, TULANE University school of public health and tropical medicine

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon

April 4, 2014

Title: Money and Happiness, Giving and Getting

Michael Nortonassociate professor of business administration,  Harvard business school

Location/Time: Hebert Hall - Room 201G, Noon

Note: Funding provided by CELT and GSSA

April 04, 2014

Title: Give Me Some Space: Spatial Language and Spatial Play in the Early Development of Spatial Cognition

Marianella Casasola, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Cornell university

Location/Time: Jone Hall - Room 204, 3pm

April 11, 2014

Title: The Mouse Hippocampus - It's Not Just for Space Anymore

Bob Stackman, Ph.D.Associate Professor, florida atlantic university

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, Noon

April 25, 2014

Title: Understanding and Preventing Disruptive Behavior Problems in Children

Wendy Reinke, Ph.D.Associate Professor, university of missouri

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon

Note: Co-sponsored by the Tulane University Office of Academic Affairs and Provost Networking Seminars Program


Fall 2013 Colloquia

September 06, 2013

Title: Relationships Between Biological Sex, Learning Strategy, and Anxiety in Prepubertal Rats

Elin Grissom, Ph.D.tulane University

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, Noon

September 13, 2013

Title: The New Story of Romeo & Juliet

Colleen Sinclair, Ph.D.Mississippi State University

Location/Time: LBC 213 - Kendall Cram, Noon

September 20, 2013

Title: Peer Group Dynamics and Social Exclusion: Children's and Adolescents' Judgments and Reasoning

Aline HittiTulane University

Location/Time: LBC 213 - Kendall Cram, Noon

September 27, 2013

Title: Perceived Discrimination Predisposes Women to a Depressogenic Cortisol Profile

David DoyleTulane University

Location/Time: Hebert Hall - Room 213, Noon

 

Title: Dehumanizing Metaphors: Framing Perceptions of Social Groups

Caroline TiplerTulane University

Location/Time: Hebert Hall - Room 213, Noon

October 18, 2013

Title: The Chicken or the Egg:  When Disparities in Data Bring Us Back to an Old Question 

Jorge VerlendenTULANE University

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon

 

Title: Predicting Risk for School Exclusion Using an Adolescent Self-Report of Personality 

Heather Hendersontulane University

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, Noon

October 25, 2013

Title: Adaptive Neurotechnologies 

Jonathan Wolpaw, M.D.,Laboratory of nervous system disorders, new york state department of health

Location/Time: LBC 213 - Kendall Cram, Noon

November 08, 2013

Title: Contagion in the Classroom: The Impact of Others' Nonverbal Behavior in a Testing Situation 

Emily ShafferTulane university

Location/Time: LBC 213 - Kendall Cram, Noon

 

Title: Looking Up and Thinking Positive: The Effect of Embodied Metaphors on Ageist Attitudes 

Tara Van BommelTulane University

Location/Time: LBC 213 - Kendall Cram, Noon

November 22, 2013

Title: Callous-Unemotional Traits and Conduct Disorder:  Implications for Understanding, Diagnosing, and Treating Antisocial Youths

Paul Frick, Ph.Duniversity of new orleans

Location/Time: Hebert Hall - Room 213, Noon

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