Research Center for Group Dynamics



Various Subjects

All seminars are held at 6050 ISR
Refreshments at 3:30 p.m.
Seminar at approximately 3:45 p.m.




February 7th

Gus Craik
University of Toronto
(Invited by Denise Park)

Human Memory and Aging:The Role of Attentional Resources
4448 East Hall 3:00 – 4:00

February 12th

Erica Goode
New York Times
(Invited by Randy Nesse)

Writing About Psychology: The breakfast table effect, the theory of critical mass, the problem of the editor’s great-aunt Maysie, the circus elephant’s conundrum, and why journalists will, in the end, probably never do exactly as scientists want them to

March 14th

Patti Reuter-Lorenz
University of Michigan
(Invited by Denise Park)

Neurocognitive Aging of Working Memory
6080 ISR 3:00 – 400

February 19th

Tom Pyszczynski
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
(Invited by Jennifer Crocker)

Current Directions in Terror Management Theory and Research: Towards an Experimental Existential Psychology

March 21st

John Gabrieli
Stanford University
(Invited by Denise Park)

4448 East Hall 3:00 – 4:00

March 26th

Richard Tremblay
University of Montreal
(Invited by Rowell Huesmann)

The Developmental Origins of Physical Aggression and the Prevention of Physical Violence

March 28th

Roberto Cabeza
Duke University
(Invited by Denise Park)

Functional Neuroimaging of Memory and Aging
4448 East Hall 3:00 –4:00

April 11th

Robert Buckner
Washington University
(Invited by Denise Park)

Functional Brain Imaging of Memory Encoding in Younger and Older Adults
4448 East Hall 3:00 – 4:00