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Uri Hasson. Sue Leekam. Richard Ridderinkhof. Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky.

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May 1st 4PM Processing of emotional voices and their integration with emotional faces within the superior temporal sulcus. Thomas Ethofer. April 24th 4PM How is information about facial identity represented in the brain?

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John-Dylan Haynes. February 13th 4PM Stereo vision without the ventral stream Dr. Jenny Read. January 30th 4PM The neural basis of speech perception and production - the roles of streams of processing and asymmetries Prof. Sophie Scott. January 23rd 4PM Low level visual processing and face recognition Dr.

Steve Dakin. Guenther Knoblich. November 21st 4PM "Exploring gene-culture interactions: insights from case studies". Kevin Laland. Martin Conway. November 7th 4PM "Why mathematicians are zombies. Vincent Walsh. October 31st 4PM "Task-related oscillatory power changes and their relation to the haemodynamic response. Krish Singh. October 24th 4PM "Neural synchrony as a mechanism for pathology and development in cortical networks. Peter Uhlhaas. Richard Wiseman. Andy Clark. October 3rd 4PM "How can the mirror neuron system infer intentions from observed actions" Dr.

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Does modern neuroscience really help us understand behavior?

Galit Yovel. June 30th 3PM Orthographic codes and sublexical processing during reading Prof.

Neural circuits controlling sleep

Manuel Carreiras. David Linden. June 20th 4PM Emotions and the prefrontal cortex in depression Prof. Georg Northoff. April 11th 4PM Brain function during sleep deprivation: multimodal approaches to understanding group and individual differences in cognitive vulnerability Prof. Sean Drummond. March 14th 4PM Capacity limit of attention and visual short-term memory dissociates from cognitive aptitude Dr Rhodri Cusack. March 13th 4PM Distracted and confused?

Brain mechanisms and psychological function of attention under load Prof. Nilli Lavie.

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Michael D. Jeffrey Zacks. Paul Sajda. Gonzalez Andino. February 2nd 4PM Atypical visual evoked potentials in individuals with autistic spectrum disorder Dr Elizabeth Milne. January 26th 4PM From overconfidence to pragmatic implicatures: How people describe uncertain quantities Prof. Karl Teigen. Peter Dayan. November 17th 4PM Neuronal dynamics underlying language comprehension Dr. Marcel Bastiaansen. November 10th 4PM Cognition, emotion and hominin mental architecture: an evolutionary analysis Dr Philip Barnard. November 3rd 4PM Just how fast is ultra-rapid scene processing Prof.

Simon Thorpe. October 27th 4PM Exploring the roles of the frontal, temporal and parietal lobes in visual learning and categorization Dr David Freedman. September 5th 4PM What speakers do and don't do to be understood by their listeners Victor Ferreira. August 28th 4PM The intrinsic constraint model for stereo-motion integration Prof.

Fulvio Domini. June 9th 4PM Simulation of another person's behaviour: Effects on attention, emotion and personal-trait judgments Prof. Steven Tipper.