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Center for Vital Longevity Series Archive

 

2013 Archive
2012 Archive
2011 Archive

 

2013 ARCHIVE

 

DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Jan 14 Christa McIntyre, PhD Emotional Modulation of the Synapse
Feb 4 Charan Ranganath, PhD Two Cortical Systems for Memoryguided Behavior
Feb 11 Kirk Erikson, PhD Aging, Exercise and Brain Plasticity
Feb 18 Mike Devous, PhD Imaging Beta Amyloid: How it has Impacted Treatment Trials for Alzheimer's Disease
Feb 25 Peiying Liu, PhD Impact of Vascular Reactivity on fMRI Signal: Applications in Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging
Mar 4 Raul Rojas, PhD Striving for a Better Understanding of Bilingualism in Children
Mar 11

 

Spring Break
Mar 18 Preston Thakral, PhD The Role of Human Motion Processing Complex, MT+, During Memory and Perception
Mar 25 Randi Martin, PhD Working Memory, Interference Resolution and Sentence Processing
Apr 8 Mandy McGuire, PhD Using ERPs and Time Frequency Analysis to Study Language Development
Apr 22 Jonathan Ploski, PhD Perturbations of Emotional Learning in an Animal Model of Environmentally Induced Autism
Apr 29 Anthony Wagner, PhD The Cognitive Neuroscience of Remembering

Sep 9

John Hart, MD

UT Dallas

Semantic Retrieval Circuits
Sep 16

Brad Postle, PhD

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Activity vs. Information in Attention and Working Memory
Sep 23   TBA
Sep 30

Rachael Elward, PhD

UT Dallas

The Recollection of Information Associated with Monetary Reward
Oct 7

Tres Thompson, PhD

UT Dallas

Neuroplasticity in Hippocampus and Amygdala in Learning & Memory, Aging & Stress
Oct 14

Marianne de Chastelaine, PhD

UT Dallas

Episodic Encoding and Retrieval Processes in Younger and Older Adults
Oct 21

Kyle Womack, MD

UT Southwestern Medical Center

DTI Findings in Retired NFL Athletes
Oct 28

Noa Ofen, PhD

Wayne State University

The Development of Memory Systems in the Brain
Nov 4

Todd Braver, PhD

Washington University in St. Louis

Cognitive Control & Decision-Making in Older Adults
Nov 11   Society for Neuroscience
Nov 18

Amy Pinkham, PhD

Southern Methodist University

The Neural Correlates of Social Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia
Nov 25   Fall Break (No Classes, No Colloquium)
Dec 2

Kaoru Nashiro, PhD

UT Dallas

Effects of Cognitive Training on Brain Activity: Training-Related Increase or Decrease?
Dec 9

Michela Gallagher, PhD

Johns Hopkins University

The Paradigm Shift to AD Prevention: Slowing Progression in Early Stage Disease to Prevent Dementia

 

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2012 ARCHIVE

 

DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Jan 23

Dan Krawczyk, PhD

Understanding Perceptual Expertise in Chess: Evidence from Neuroscience and Behavior
Jan 30

Rick Addante, PhD

The Eelectrophysiology of Episodic Memory: From Pre-stimulus Theta Enhancements to Amnesia Deficits in Neuropsychological Patients

Feb 13

Bart Rypma, PhD

Taking the Measure of Age-related
Neurocognitive Change
Feb 20 Russ Poldrack, PhD Using Cognitive Neuroinformatics to Map Mind and Brain
Feb 27 John Sweeney, PhD Sensorimotor Alterations in Autism
Mar 5 Jinkyung Na, PhD Culture, Age and Cognition
Mar 19 Craig Stark, PhD Pattern Separation and the Aging Hippocampus
Mar 26 John Gabrieli, PhD Using Neuroimaging to Predict Future Human Behavior
Apr 9 Harvey Levin, PhD Neuroplasticity After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Brain Imaging Perspective
Apr 16 James Bartlett, PhD True and False Recognition of Faces: Individual and Age-Related Effects
Apr 23 Elizabeth Kensinger, PhD The Effects of Emotional Arousal and Valence on Episodic Memory
Sep 17 Roger Rosenberg, MD DNA A-beta 42 Vaccine to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
Sep 24 David Bennett, MD Mixed Dementia and Neural Reserve: Implications for the Prevention of AD
Oct 1 Brent Small, PhD Use It or Lose It: Do Lifestyle Activities Reduce Age-related Cognitive Declines?
Oct 8 Andrea Warner-Czyz, PhD TBA
Oct 22 Kaia Vilberg, PhD Neural Systems Supporting Episodic Memory Humans
Oct 29 Sara Haber, PhD The Synapse Project: The Impact of Productive Engagement on Cognitive Performance
Nov 5 Emily Tobey, PhD What Frankenstein, Miss America, the Hulk and Rush Limbaugh have in Common…
Nov 12

Michael Kilgard, PhD

Directing Neural Plasticity to Understand and Treat Neurological Disease
Nov 26 Scott Moffat, PhD Aging and Spatial Navigation
Dec 3 Howard Eichenbaum, PhD The Hippocampus in Space and Time
Dec 10 Vaidehi Natu, PhD Understanding Neural Representations of Facial Identity, Race and Familiar Faces: Constraining the Neural with the Perceptual

 

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2011 ARCHIVE

 

DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
Sep 5

 

Holiday
Sep 12 Hanzhang Lu, PhD Age-related Differences in Brain Vascular Function
Sep 19 Michael Devous, PhD PET Imaging of Beta Amyloid in Dementia and Normal Aging
Oct 3 Chandramallika Basak, PhD Focus Switching, (un)Predictabilty and Plasticity: A Proposal for a New Index and an Updated Hierarchical Model of Working Memory
Oct 10 C. Munro Cullum, PhD Applied Neurocognitive Assessment Techniques
Oct 17 Gagan Wig, PhD Cerebral Cartography: Combining Resting-state Functional Connectivity and Social Network Analysis to Parcellate the Brain into Areas Across the Adult Lifespan
Oct 24 Ian McDonough, PhD Recollection-based Retrieval Monitoring in Younger and Older Adults
Oct 31 Carol Tamminga, MD Learning and Memory Dysfunction in Schizophrenia
Nov 7 Patricia Reuter-Lorenz, PhD False Working Memories, Semantic Interference and Neurocognitive Control
Nov 14   No Talk - SFN
Nov 21 Adam Brickman, PhD Reconsidering the Role of White Matter Disease in Cognitive Aging and Dementia
Nov 28 Kristen Kennedy, PhD Aging of Brain Structure: Cognitive Consequences and Functional Impact
Dec 5 John Jonides, PhD Improving Intelligence

 

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