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Apr 22, 2022

Apr 22, 2022

3:30 PM

Psychological and Brain Sciences Building, B70

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Spence Lecture Regina M. Carelli, Stephen B. Baxter Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of North Carolina The Spence Lecture Series is sponsored by the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences in honor of the late Professor Kenneth W. Spence, chair of the department from 1942-1964.

Mar 25, 2022

Mar 25, 2022

3:30 PM

Psychological and Brain Sciences Building, B70

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Colloquium Stephen Maren, University Distinguished Professor and Charles H. Gregory '64 Chair in Liberal Arts, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Texas A&M University

May 6, 2022

May 6, 2022

3:30 PM

Psychological and Brain Sciences Building, B70

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Colloquium Elizabeth Brannon, Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Term Chair in the Natural Sciences, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

Sep 9, 2022

Sep 9, 2022

3:30 PM

Psychological and Brain Sciences Building, B70

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Spiker Memorial Lecture Catherine Tamis-Lemonda, Professor of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University

Dec 10, 2021

Dec 10, 2021

3:30 PM

Psychological and Brain Sciences Building, B70

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Colloquium Edward S. Awh, Professor, Department of Psychology, The Institute for Mind and Biology, and Grossman Institute for Neuroscience, Quantitative Biology and Human Behavior, The University of Chicago The Role of Content-Independent Pointers in Visual Working Memory Storage in visual working memory is highly limited. "Slot" models argue that this reflects a limit on the number of individuated items that can be stored, rather than a limit on the total am...