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Semester Title Speaker(s) Date
Fall 2014 A Primate's Festschrift: Pant Grunts, Elephant Noses, and Frans
Josh Plotnik | University of Cambridge
2014-09-19
Fall 2013 Afflictions: Culture and Mental Illness in Indonesia
Robert Lemelson | Departments of Psychiatry and Anthropology, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Center for Culture and Health, University of California at Los Angeles
2013-10-22
Fall 2012 The Ambiguities of Fairness
Jerome Bruner | New York University
2012-10-19
Spring 2016 Animal Emotions and Empathy
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2011 Archaeological and Paleontological Record of Human Cognitive Evolution
Dietrich Stout | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2011-05-26
Spring 2012 Are Humans the Only Liinguistic Species?
Harold Gouzoules | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living LInks, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-03-27
Fall 2015 Bilingualism: Consequences for Mind and Brain
Ellen Bialystok | Department of Psychology, York University, Toronto
2015-11-11
Spring 2016 The Bodily and Cultural Roots of Metaphors for Obnoxious Emotions
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2014 Brain Imaging: Sense and Nonsense, Science and Nonscience
Greg Berns | Facilitiy for Eduaction and Research in Neuroscience (FERN), Emory University
Scott Lilienfeld | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2014-03-27
Spring 2014 Brain Imaging Studies of Sacred Values and Social Norms
Greg Berns | Facilitiy for Eduaction and Research in Neuroscience (FERN), Emory University
2014-05-15
Spring 2016 Brain Mechanisms Explain Emotion
Paul Thagard | Department of Philosophy, Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience, University of Waterloo
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 Brain Mechanisms in Emotion Regulation
Jocelyne Bachevalier | Department of Psychology, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2015 Bringing Scholars Closer Together with the CMBC
Philippe Rochat | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2015-05-20
Spring 2015 Building Brains from Bottom to Top
Chris Eliasmith | Department of Philosophy, University of Waterloo, Canada
2015-03-25
Fall 2011 Building Cognition: Conceptual Innovation on the Frontiers of Science
Nancy J. Nersessian | School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Instutite of Technology
2011-09-27
Spring 2010 Can Machines Be Intelligent?
Sidney Perkowitz | Department of Physics, Emory University
John Johnston | Department of English, Emory University
2010-03-17
Fall 2013 The Certificate Program in Mind, Brain, and Culture
Kristina Gupta | Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Emory University
2013-08-15
Fall 2015 Challenges and Advances in Understanding the Varieties of Mental Experience
Jennifer Mascaro | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
Carol Worthman | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2015-09-29
Fall 2009 Childhood Evolving: The Role of Development in the Evolution of Mind
Mel Konner | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2009-11-12
Spring 2014 The Coexistence of Natural and Supernatural Explanations across Cultures and Development
Cristine Legare | Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin
2014-05-15
Spring 2016 Cognitive Aesthetics: Beauty, the Brain, and Virginia Woolf
Patrick Colm Hogan | Department of English, University of Connecticut
2016-02-18
Fall 2015 Cognitive and Neural Mechanisms of Persistence
Joe Kable | Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
2015-09-24
Spring 2014 The Cognitive Foundations of Cultural Learning
Cristine Legare | Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin
2014-05-15
Spring 2014 The Cognitive Science of Religion: Seminal Findings and New Trends
Robert McCauley | Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC), Emory University
2014-05-15
Spring 2016 Coming to Terms with Fear
Joseph LeDoux | Department of Neuroscience, New York University
2016-02-11
Fall 2016 Comparative Decision Making in Non-Human Primates
Sarah Brosnan | Georgia State University
2016-09-23
Fall 2009 Comparative Higher Primate Neuroimaging: Insights into the Evolution of Human Brain and Mind
Jim Rilling | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2009-11-12
Fall 2015 Compressing Animal Behavior
Gordon Berman | Department of Biology, Emory University
2015-10-30
Spring 2014 Conceptual Blending and Interactive Emergence in Early Christian Writings
Vernon K. Robbins | Graduate Division of Religion, Emory University
2014-05-16
Spring 2017 Consciousness from an Empirical Stance
Joseph Neisser | Grinnell College
2017-02-16
Fall 2011 Cultural and Neuroscientific Perspectives on Emotion
Jocelyne Bachevalier | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Dierdra Reber | Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Emory University
2011-10-18
Fall 2013 Cultural Attitudes Panel
Dan Reynolds | Department of Film and Media Studies, Emory University
Bekh Bradley | Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University
2013-10-22
Fall 2015 Cultural Sociology and Moral Psychology
Steve Vaisey | Department of Sociology, Duke University
2015-11-17
Fall 2009 Darwin in Genes and Culture
Matt Ridley |
2009-11-12
Spring 2016 Delusion and Spiritual Experience: a Case Study and Consequences
Kenneth (Bill) Fulford | Center for Neuroethics, University of Oxford; University of Warwick
2016-04-27
Fall 2013 Development Panel
Mel Konner | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
Elaine Walker | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2013-10-22
Fall 2015 Dimensionality Reduction as a Model of Efficient Coding in the Visual Pathway
Chris Rozell | Department of Bioengineering, Department of Data Signal Processing, Georgia Institute of Technology
2015-10-30
Fall 2015 Dimensionality Reduction of Large-Scale Neural Reocrdings during Sensorimotor Control
Byron Yu | Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
2015-10-30
Fall 2016 Disciplinary Disharmonies: Can There Be a Shared Vision for Global Neuroscience Ethics?
Ilina Singh | University of Oxford
2016-11-15
Spring 2016 Discussion: Aesthetic Emotions
Jim Grimsley | Department of Creative Writing, Emory University
Don Saliers | Candler School of Theology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2016 Discussion: Emotional Regulation
Andrea Scarantino | Department of Philosophy, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
Jocelyne Bachevalier | Department of Psychology, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 Discussion: Gender and Emotion
Melvin Konner | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
Robyn Fivush | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 Discussion: Moral Emotion
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
Jim Rilling | Department of Anthropology, Program in Neuroscience, Emory University
Paul Root Wolpe | Emory Center for Ethics, Department of Medicine, Department of Sociology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2016 Discussion: Theories and Models of Emotion
Paul Thagard | Department of Philosophy, Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience, University of Waterloo
Joseph LeDoux | Department of Neuroscience, New York University
Stephan Hamann | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 Discussion: Unsavory Emotions
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
Philippe Rochat | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2015 Emotional Content in Acoustic Communication: Messages Sent, Messages Received
Jeffrey J. Wenstrup | Department of Neurobiology, Northeast Ohio Medical University
2015-05-20
Spring 2016 Emotions as Danger: Trigger Warnings and Dangerous Prose
Jim Grimsley | Department of Creative Writing, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2016 Empathy through/with/for Music
Jenefer Robinson | Department of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati
2016-02-09
Spring 2011 Epistemic Vigilance, Reasoning, and Religion
Konrad Talmont-Kaminsky | Department of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Marie Curie-Slodowska University
2011-03-23
Spring 2016 The Ethics Chicken and Egg: Emotions and Intellect in Determining Moral Action
Paul Root Wolpe | Emory Center for Ethics, Department of Medicine, Department of Sociology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2015 Evaluating the Communicative Value of Mouse Vocalizations
Katrin Schenk | Department of Physics and Astronomy, Randolph College
2015-05-20
Spring 2014 Evidence from the Supernatural: Evaluating Ritual Efficacy
Cristine Legare | Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin
2014-05-16
Spring 2016 The Evolution and Neurobiology of Musical Beat Processing
Aniruddh D. Patel | Department of Psychology, Tufts University
2016-03-22
Fall 2012 The Evolution of Fairness by Partner Choice
Nicolas Baumard | Univeristy of Pennsylvania
2012-10-19
Fall 2014 The Evolution of Mind and What Neuroscience Can Tell Us about It
Pier Francesco Farrari | Unita di Fisologia, Universita degli Studi di Parma
2014-09-19
Fall 2014 Exceptional Primates and the Insights that Change a Field
Karen Strier | Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin
2014-09-19
Fall 2013 Experience with the CMBC
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
2013-12-11
Spring 2017 Exploring Sleep as a Mediator between Ethnic/Racial Discrimination and Adolescent Academic and Psychosocial Outcomes
Tiffany Yip | Fordham University
2017-04-28
Fall 2011 Eye of the Beholder: Gender and Perceptions of Mentoring in Science Education Globally
Todd Preuss | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2011-10-27
Fall 2012 Fair Trade in Pacific Exchange Ritual? Why the Concept of Fairness Doesn't Quite Apply
Bradd Shore | Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2012 Fairness and Equity in Politics and Human Affairs
President Jimmy Carter | Carter Center, Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2012 Fairness and In-Group Parochialism in Children
Elizabeth Spelke | Harvard University
2012-10-19
Fall 2012 Fairness and Sacred Values
Greg Berns | Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2012 Fairness, Philosophy, and Legal Pragmatism
Michael Sullivan | Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2012 Fairness: Subjective or Objective, Envy or Equity
Edward Queen | Center for Ethics, Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2013 Feeling Beauty: The Sister Arts and the Neuroscience of Aesthetic Experience
Gabrielle Starr | Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Department of English, New York University
2013-09-27
Fall 2012 First- and Second-Order Inequity Aversion in Primates
Frans de Waal | Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Fall 2014 Fostering Intellectual Community with Emory's CMBC
Jim Rilling | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2014-10-27
Fall 2014 Frans de Waal: Economic Naturalist
Robert Frank | Johnson School of Management, Cornell University
2014-09-19
Fall 2014 From Chimpanzee Politics to Primate Empathy: A Career
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2014-09-19
Fall 2014 From Darwin to de Waal: A Brief History of Animal Behavior Research
Harold Gouzoules | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2014-09-19
Fall 2014 From Rambo to Rushdie via Linklater and Lavant: Our Peanut Butter Cup Runneth Over
Marshall Duke | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Dan Reynolds | Department of Film and Media Studies, Emory University
2014-09-18
Spring 2011 Fundamentals of Evolutionary Neuroscience
Todd Preuss | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2011-05-25
Spring 2016 Gender and Emotion in Autobiographical Reminiscing
Robyn Fivush | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 Gender Differences in Emotion, Motivation, and Behavior: Can Culture Explain Them All?
Melvin Konner | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2014 Gender Matters in the Academy?
Kim Wallen | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Carla Freeman | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2014-02-19
Spring 2017 Gods in Disorder: Schizophrenia, Religious Experience, and Hearing Voices
Robert McCauley | Emory University
2017-05-05
Fall 2014 A "Good Natured" Biological and Historical Evolution of Empathy
Stephanie Preston | Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
2014-09-19
Fall 2012 Grounding Language in Everyday Embodied Experience
Teenie Matlock | Cognitive Science, University of California, Merced
2012-10-25
Spring 2012 Handwriting: The Brain, the Hand, the Eye, the Ear
Evelyne Ender | Department of Comparative Literature, CUNY Graduate Center
2012-02-24
Spring 2012 Head in the Wrong Direction
Joseph Skibell | Creative Writing Program, Emory University
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living LInks, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-03-08
Spring 2013 Hearing Voices in California, Chennai, and Accra
Tanya Luhrmann | Department of Anthropology, Stanford University
2013-02-19
Fall 2012 Homo faber: Technology and Evolution
Dietrich Stout | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2012-09-29
Spring 2016 Homo naledi and the Evolution of Human Behavior
John Hawks | Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison
2016-02-25
Spring 2015 How a Song Is Learned: Mechanisms of Template Matching
Ofer Tchernichovski | Department of Psychology, Hunter College, City University of New York
2015-05-20
Spring 2013 How Do Environment and Experience Shape Intuitive Biological Thought
John Coley | Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
2013-03-13
Fall 2014 How Frans de Waal Changed the Field: The Origins and Development of Morality
Melanie Killen | College of Education, University of Maryland
2014-09-19
Fall 2010 How Humans Understand Space
Stella Lourenco | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Leslie Taylor | Department of Theater Studies, Emory University
2010-10-27
Fall 2016 How Metacognitive States like Tip-of-the-Tongue and Deja-Vu Can Be Biasing
Anne Cleary | Colorado State University
2016-10-20
Spring 2015 How to Build Bridges between Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology
Phil Wolff | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Dieter Jaeger | Department of Biology, Emory University
2015-02-19
Fall 2009 How to Turn a Chimpanzee into a Person
Richard Passingham | Department of Psychology, University of Oxford
2009-11-12
Fall 2009 The Human Brain: Rewired and Running Hot
Todd Preuss | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2009-11-12
Fall 2011 Humans and Other Animals: A Modern Darwinian Understanding of "Man's Place in Nature"
Todd Preuss | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2011-11-03
Spring 2014 I Object: Autism, Empathy, and the Trope of Personification
Ralph Savarese | Department of English, Grinnell College
2014-02-19
Fall 2014 I'm Glad "My Brain Made Me Do It": Free Will as a Neuropsychological Success Story
Eddy Nahmias | Department of Philosophy, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
2014-09-17
Fall 2012 Images in the Mind
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
Krish Sathian | Department of Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine
2012-09-14
Spring 2017 Immersive Virtual Reality as a Research Tool for the Behavioral Sciences
Kerry Marsh | University of Connecticut
2017-03-01
Fall 2012 Individual Differences in Object vs. Spatial Imagery: From Neural Correlates to Real Life Applications
Maria Kozhevnikov | Radiology, Harvard University School of Medicine
2012-10-10
Spring 2011 Introduction and History of the Study of Brain Evolution
Todd Preuss | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2011-05-25
Fall 2014 Introduction to Frans B. M. de Waal
Jan van Hoof | Universiteit Utrecht
2014-09-19
Fall 2013 Is Racism a Psychopathology?
Sander Gilman | Institute for Liberal Arts, Emory University
2013-11-12
Fall 2009 It's All Relative: The Evolution of Mechanisms Governing Kin Detection, Incest Avoidance, and Altruism
Debra Lieberman | Department of Psychology, University of Miami
2009-11-12
Fall 2015 The Large-Scale Structure of the Mental Dictionary: A Data Mining Approach Using Word2Vec, t-SNE, and GMeans
Phil Wolff | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2015-10-31
Spring 2017 Laughter: An Example of Human Complexity
Eric Smadja | Paris, France
2017-04-27
Spring 2015 Linguistic Experience and Speech-in-Noise Recognition
Ann Bradlow | Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University
2015-03-03
Fall 2012 Linguistics of Possession and Sharing across Cultures
Phil Wolff | Emory University
2012-10-19
Spring 2015 Look Again: Anamprphic Projection and Social Theory in Shakespeare
Bradd Shore | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2015-02-05
Fall 2014 Male and Female Brains: A Distinction that Makes a Difference
Brad Cooke | Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
2014-10-02
Fall 2012 Mechanisms of Infant Learning: Evolution's Solution to Adaptive Problems
David Rakison | Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
2012-09-24
Fall 2012 Mechanisms of Infant Learning: Evolution's Solution to Adaptive Problems
David Rakison | Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
2012-09-24
Spring 2012 Metaphors and the Mind Panel Discussion
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
Krish Sathian | Department of Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine
2012-03-08
Fall 2010 Mind and Buddhism from the Perspectives of Buddhism and Western Science
Larry Barsalou | Department of Psychology, Emory University
John Dunne | Department of Religion, Emory University
2010-09-22
Fall 2015 Modulatiry in Neural Control of Movement
Lena Ting | Department of Biomedical Engineering, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology
2015-10-31
Fall 2012 Moral Wiggle Room in Economic Experiments
Monica Capra | Emory University
2012-10-19
Fall 2014 My Journey into Face Space: Graduate School and Beyond
Lisa Parr | Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2014-09-19
Spring 2012 Narrative: Films and Texts
Salman Rushdie | University Distinguished Professor, Emory University
2012-03-01
Spring 2013 Narratives, Self-Transformation, and Healing
Robyn Fivush | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Chikako Ozawa-de Silva | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2013-02-26
Spring 2014 Network Architecture of the Human Connectome: Mapping Structural and Functional Connectivity
Olaf Sporns | Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
2014-02-20
Spring 2016 Neural Correlates of Human Social Emotions in the Context of Reciprocal Altruism
Jim Rilling | Department of Anthropology, Program in Neuroscience, Emory University
2016-02-12
Spring 2015 Neural Mechanisms of Auditory-Vocal Communication: Mapping Receiver Tuning to Sender Behavior
Sarah N. M. Woolley | Department of Psychology, Columbia University
2015-05-20
Fall 2014 Neuroanthropology and the Biocultural Approach: Understanding Human Brain Variation in the Wild
Daniel Lende | Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida
2014-11-13
Fall 2012 The Neurobiology of Fairness
Jim Rilling | Emory Univeristy
2012-10-19
Spring 2012 The Neuroscience of Relational Thinking
Anjan Chatterjee | Department of Neurology, University of Pennyslvania
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living LInks, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-03-08
Spring 2016 Neuroscience Perspectives on Psychological Theories of Emotion
Stephan Hamann | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-11
Spring 2016 A New Perspective on Basic Emotions: No Selection without Regulation
Andrea Scarantino | Department of Philosophy, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
2016-02-11
Fall 2009 New Scientific Approaches to the Study of Religious Experience
American Academy of Religion | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2009-11-12
Fall 2015 No Support for Declining Effect Sizes over Time: Evidence from Three Meta-Analyses
Chris Martin | Department of Sociology, Emory University
2015-09-15
Spring 2015 Now You See It, Now You Don't: Scientists, Humanists, and Collective Memory
Hazel Gold | Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Emory University
Angelika Bammer | Institute for Liberal Arts, Emory University
2015-02-24
Spring 2014 Obstacles and Opportunities: Reflections on the Origins of the Cognitive Science of Religion
E. Thomas Lawson | Queens University; Western Michigan University (emeritus)
2014-05-15
Spring 2016 Ockham's Razor -- When Is the Simpler Theory Better?
Elliott Sober | Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin
2016-02-15
Fall 2009 On the Origins of a Cultural Species
Joe Henrich | Department of Psychology, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia
2009-11-12
Fall 2012 Ordering Disorder: Mental Disorder, Brain Disorder, and Therapeutic intervention
George Graham | Department of Philosophy, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
2012-09-20
Fall 2010 Origins of Human Sociality
Philippe Rochat | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Bradd Shore | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2010-10-08
Spring 2016 Origins of Uncanny Self-Conscious Emotions
Philippe Rochat | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Fall 2015 Perceiving Spanish and English in Miami: Discourse, Representation, and Implicit Bias
Phillip Carter | Department of Linguistics, Florida International University
2015-09-30
Spring 2013 Perspectives on the 2012 Election
Drew Westen | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Alan Abramowitz | Department of Political Science, Emory University
2013-02-12
Spring 2014 Poetic Potential in Autism: Neurodiversity's Boon
Ralph Savarese | Department of English, Grinnell College
2014-02-20
Fall 2013 Social Regulation of Human Gene Expression
Steve Cole | Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles
2013-10-08
Spring 2016 Processing Emotions Musically
Don Saliers | Candler School of Theology, Emory University
2016-02-12
Fall 2009 Prosocial Primates: Empathy, Fairness, and Cooperation
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living Links, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2009-11-12
Fall 2013 Religion and Faith Panel
Jim Hoesterey | Department of Religion, Emory University
Bradd Shore | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2013-10-22
Spring 2014 Religion and Ritual: A Marriage Made in Heaven
Bradd Shore | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2014-05-15
Spring 2014 The Represented Face in Film: A Cognitive Cultural Approach
Carl Plantinga | Department of Communication Arts and Sciences, Calvin College
2014-01-31
Spring 2014 Ritual and the Rationality Problem: Old Wine in a New Bottle
Cristine Legare | Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin
2014-05-16
Fall 2012 Sameness Detection in Children across Cultures
Philippe Rochat | Emory University
2012-10-19
Fall 2014 Science, Morality, and Epistemology: Frans de Waal's Visionary Quest
Harry Kunneman | Department of Social Philosophy, Universiteit Voor Humanistiek
2014-09-19
Spring 2014 Scientific Research on Meditation and the Cognitive Science of Religion: Anything Shared?
John Dunne | Graduate Division of Religion, Emory University
2014-05-16
Fall 2015 Self, Schizophrenia, and the Unwholly Spirit: A Pathway to Ecumenical Naturalism
George Graham | Department of Philosophy, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University
2015-11-19
Spring 2015 Sequence Learning and the Cultural Evolution of Language
Morten Christiansen | Department of Psychology, Princeton University
2015-05-20
Fall 2014 The Seven Sins of Memory: An Update
Daniel Schacter | Department of Psychology, Harvard University
2014-09-29
Spring 2012 Silence Being Golden
Jim Grimsley | Creative Writing Program, Emory University
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living LInks, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-03-08
Spring 2012 Slow Looking: What Visual Art Tells Us about Selective Attention
Barbara Stafford | Georgia Institute of Technology
2012-02-02
Spring 2011 Social and Cultural Evolution
Craig Hadley | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2011-05-25
Fall 2012 Social Judgments in Young Infants: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Karen Wynn | Yale University
2012-10-19
Fall 2014 The Social Mind of Wild Capuchins
Susan Perry | Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles
2014-09-19
Fall 2013 Politics and History Panel
Doug Bremner | Clinical Neuroscience Resaerch Unit, Emory University
Jim Hoesterey | Department of Religion, Emory University
2013-10-22
Spring 2017 Sociocultural and Psychological Perspectives on Bilingualism
Donald Tuten | Emory University
Alena Esposito | Emory University
2017-02-10
Fall 2015 Speech Is Special and Language Is Structured
David Poeppel | Max Planck Institute, Frankfurt Main; Department of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University
2015-10-22
Spring 2015 Statistical constraints on Vocal Learning in Songbirds
Sam Sober | Department of Biology, Emory University
2015-05-20
Spring 2011 Structural Brain Imaging Methods
Jim Rilling | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2011-05-26
Spring 2013 Structure, Agency, and Improvisation
Mark Risjord | Department of Philosophy, Emory University
2013-02-07
Spring 2011 Technology and Cognitive Evolution
Dietrich Stout | Department of Anthropology, Emory University
2011-05-26
Fall 2014 That's Not Fair! What Cucumber-Throwing Capuchins Tell Us about the Evolution of Fairness
Sarah Brosnan | Department of Psychology, Georgia State University
2014-09-19
Spring 2012 The Continuing Enigma of Left-Handedness
Clare Porac | Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
2012-02-28
Fall 2016 The Continuing Significance of Race in American Politics: Racial Resentment and the Pain of Progress
David C. Wilson | University of Delaware
2016-10-13
Spring 2017 The Disruptive Force of Endangered Language Documentation on Linguistics and Beyond
Shobhana Chelliah | University of North Texas
2017-04-07
Fall 2012 The Elephant in the Room
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living Links, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-09-29
Spring 2017 The Evolution of Human Sleep
Charles Nunn | Duke University
2017-03-24
Spring 2017 The Evolution, Purpose, and Consequences of Religious Prosociality
Azim Shariff | University of California, Irvine
2017-02-21
Fall 2014 Thinking Musical Thoughts
Don Saliers | Candler School of Theology, Emory University
Richard Patterson | Department of Philosophy, Emory University
2014-10-16
Fall 2012 Three Dimensions of Fairness
Gustavo Faigenbaum | Universidad Autonoma de Entre Rios, Argentina
2012-10-19
Spring 2012 Time Is Space: The Neuropsychology of an Everyday Metaphor
David Kemmerer | Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences; Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
Frans de Waal | Department of Psychology, Living LInks, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
2012-03-08
Spring 2015 Topography of Human Vocal Development
Eugene Buder | Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Memphis
2015-05-20
Fall 2012 Transacting Social Identity and Individuality in Everyday Life: Ethnic and Racial Identity as a Lived Experience
William Cross | Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver
2012-11-07
Fall 2013 Unsavory Emotions and their Developmental Roots
Laura Otis | Department of English, Emory University
Philippe Rochat | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2013-09-19
Spring 2014 Using Analogy to Discover the Meaning of Images
Melanie Mitchell | Department of Computer Science, Portland State University; Santa Fe Institute
2014-04-09
Fall 2014 Using Developmental Neurogenetics to Understand Psychopathology: Examples from Youth Antisocial Behavior
Luke Hyde | Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
2014-09-24
Fall 2013 The Value of the Center for Multidisciplinary Training
Robert McCauley | Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC), Emory University
2013-12-15
Spring 2015 War and Peace and Social Identity
Mark Moffett | Department of Entomology, National Museum of Natural History; Department of Human Evolution, Harvard University
2015-03-05
Spring 2012 We Speak with the Left Hemisphere: The Story of Paul Broca┬┐s Discovery that Changed Our Understanding of the Human Brain
Lauren J. Harris | Department of Psychology, Michigan State University
2012-02-14
Spring 2011 What Does the Brain Have to Do with Sex and Gender?
Deboleena Roy | Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Emory University
Kim Wallen | Department of Psychology, Emory University
2011-03-01
Fall 2011 What Is Language?
Robert McCauley | Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC), Emory University
Susan Tamasi | Program in Linguistics, Emory University
2011-09-22
Fall 2015 What Is Normal Sleep?
Benjamin Reiss | Department of English, Emory University
David Rye | Department of Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine
2015-09-15
Fall 2015 Why Do We Perform Rituals?
Dimitris Xygalatas | Department of Anthropology, University of Connecticut
2015-10-01
Spring 2015 Why "Reilgion" Cannot Be Adaptive: Understanding the Cognitive and Historical Varieties of Religious Representations
Pascal Boyer | Department of Psychology, Department of Anthropology, Washington University, St. Louis
2015-03-24
Spring 2011 Zombiehood: Is It Inevitable?
Darryl Neill | Department of Psychology, Emory University
Ursula Goldenbaum | Department of Philosophy, Emory University
2011-02-22
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