School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

CVL SERIES ARCHIVE

 

2017 Archive

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Feb 6, 2017

No Videolink

Zhuang Song, PhD,
Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas
Hippocampal Memory Network in Aging and Preclinical Alzheimer’s
Feb 13

No Videolink

Madhukar Trivedi, MD,
Dept. of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern
Biomarkers of Major Depressive Disorder
Feb 20 Michael Rugg, PhD,
Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas
What are the Relationships Between Default Mode Activity, Memory Encoding, and Age-related Memory Decline?
Feb 22

Talk at 11:00AM
Snacks Only
No RSVP Needed

Michael Devous, PhD The Role of Tau Imaging in Neurodegenerative Disorders
Feb 27 Kihwan Han, PhD,
Center for BrainHealth, UT Dallas
Neuroplasticity in Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury after Cognitive Training
Mar 6 Bill Kelley, PhD,
Dept. of Psychology & Brain Sciences, Dartmouth
In Search of a Human Self-Regulation System
Mar 20 Jingting Zhang, PhD,
Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas
Impairment and Enrichment of Functional Brain Processes with Age
Apr 3 Steve Petersen, PhD,
Dept. of Neurology, Washington University in St. Louis
Some Cool (And Not So Cool) Observations About Large-scale Brain Correlations
Apr 10 Olaf Sporns, PhD,
Dept. of Psychology & Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Human Connectomics: Mapping and Modeling the Networks of the Brain
Apr 17 Jessica Church-Lang, PhD,
Dept. of Psychology, UT Austin
Preparatory Task Control Development
Apr 24 Kristen Kennedy, PhD,
Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas
Pushing the Aging Brain: Functional Response to Cognitive Challenge
May 1 Rathan Subramaniam, MD,
Dept. of Radiology, UT Southwestern
PET/CT in Neurodegenerative Imaging

 

2016 Archive

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan 25 Dwight German, PhD,
UT Southwestern
Pesticide Exposure and Neurodegenerative Diseases: Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s
Feb 1 Evan Gordon, PhD,
US Dept of Veterans Affairs
Individual Variability in Resting-state Functional Connectivity Systems
Feb 8 Paula Croxson, PhD,
Mt. Sinai Hospital
Neuroimaging of Network Changes in Neuroplasticity in the Non-human, Primate Brain
Feb 15 Michelle Farrell and
Jenny Rieck, PhD
CVL Student Presentations

Differentiating Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease from Normal Aging: The Effects of Age and Amyloid on Cognitive Decline Over 3.5 Years (Farrell)

Age-Related Decreases in Modulation of Neural Activity During Difficult Visuo-Spatial Judgements (Rieck)

Feb 22 James Bibb, PhD,
UT Southwestern
Targeting Neuronal Signaling to Treat CNS Disorders
Feb 29 Chandramallika Basak, PhD Investigating Hierarchical Models of Working Memory: Influences of Long-term Memory and Age on Memory Updating
Mar 7 Denise Head, PhD,
Washington University in St. Louis
Spatial Navigation in Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease
Mar 21 Angela Gutchess, PhD,
Brandeis University
Influence of Age and Culture on Memory
Mar 28 Sherwood Brown, PhD,
UT Southwestern
The Effects of Corticosteroids on the Human Brain
Apr 11 Tres Thompson, PhD TBD
Apr 25 Nick Turk-Browne, PhD,
Princeton University
Statistical Learning in the Mind and Brain
Sep 12 Neil Charness, PhD,
Florida State University
Expertise Research Contributions to Cognitive Aging: Examples from the Domain of Chess
Sep 19 Brett Foster, PhD,
Baylor College of Medicine
Intracranial Electrophysiology of the Human Default Network
Sep 26 Shuo Qin

Margaret O’Connell

Less is More: The Role of Corpus Callosum Connectivity on Illusory Conjunctions

Effects of Task Complexity, Video Game Learning and Aging on Task-Related Functional Connectivity

Oct 3 Aimee Gardner, PhD,
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Simulation Education for Developing Competent Surgeons: What We’ve Learned & Where We’re Going
Oct 10 Joshua Koen, PhD,
UT Dallas – CVL
MVPA is Not a Panacea for Cognitive Neuroscience: Issues with Feature Selection and Cerebrovascular Reactivity
Oct 17 Jarrod Lewis-Peacock, PhD,
The University of Texas at Austin
Linking the Cognitive and Neural Consequences of Activation in Working Memory
Oct 24 Francesca Filbey, PhD,
UT Dallas – Center for BrainHealth
Marijuana & the Brain: Studies in Long-Term, Heavy Marijuana Users
Oct 31 Sara Festini, PhD,
UT Dallas – Center for Vital Longevity
Keep Busy! Greater Busyness is Associated with Better Cognition
Nov 7 Jessica Andrews-Hanna, PhD,
University of Colorado – Boulder
The Dynamics of Spontaneous Cognition: Neural Underpinnings and Applications to Aging
Nov 10 Rachel Elward, PhD,
University College London Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Context Memory Effects in Developmental Amnesia
Nov 28 Jeffrey Gagne, PhD,
The University of Texas at Arlington
The Development and Etiology of Self-control Traits from Toddlerhood to Early Adolescence
Dec 5 Louis Bherer, PhD,
Concordia University
Cognitive Plasticity in Healthy Older Adults and At-risk Population: Cognitive Training and Exercise

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2015 Archive

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Feb 2 Josh Koen, PhD Memory Encoding and Memory Interference: An fMRI Study
Feb 9 Brad Lega, MD Episodic Memory in Epileptogenic Hippocampi: Predicting Memory Deficits
Feb 16 Silvia Bunge, PhD Building Blocks of Reasoning Ability
Feb 23 Marie Monfils, PhD Attenuation and Social Transmission of Fear (Talk Postponed)
Mar 2 John Wixted, PhD The representation of episodic Memory in Single Neurons of the Human Hippocampus
Mar 9 Elana Ivleva, MD, PhD What Do Grey Matter Volume Biomarkers Tell Us About the Psychosis Dimension?
Mar 23 Steve Nelson, PhD How Does Testing Affect Learning? From Careful Anatomy to a Remindings Account via Reverse Inference
Apr 6 Sven Vanneste, PhD A Pathophysiology-based Treatment for Fibromyalgia
Apr 13 Audrey Duarte, PhD The Role of Attention in Age-related Associative Memory Impairments
Apr 20 Greg Dussor, PhD Investigating Migraine Pathophysiology Using Preclinical Models in Rodents
Apr 27 Elizabeth Mormino, PhD Aβ Status Interacts with Multiple Risk Factors to Influence Cognition in Clinically Normal Individuals
May 1 Claudia Kawas, MD Clinical and Pathological Studies of Dementia in the Oldest Old
Sep 21 Cherie Marvel, PhD The Motor System’s Contributions to Cognition
Sep 28 Arne Ekstrom, PhD Navigating Human Memory: Inspiration and Divergence from Rat Models of Navigation
Oct 5 Benton Pierce, PhD The Role of Retrieval-Monitoring Processes in False Memory Suppression
Oct 12 Tracey Shors, PhD Mental and Physical (MAP) Training: A Neurogenesis-Inspired Intervention
Oct 19 SfN Week  
Nov 2 Jenny Rieck, PhD White Matter Correlates of Nerual Differentiation Across the Adult Lifespan
Nov 9 Nathalie Sumlen, PhD Exercise and Antioxidant Effects on Cognitively Impaired Mice
Nov 16 Roberto Cabeza, PhD fMRI and Autobiographical Memory
Nov 30 Xiaosi Gu, PhD Your Insula on Fire: A Role of Interoceptive Inference in Decision-making

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2014 Archive

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan 27 Kathleen McDermott, PhD Effective Learning and Effective Learners: Behavioral and Neuroimaging Studies
Feb 3 Alice O’Toole, PhD Computational Mmodels of Face Recognition: Where are We Now? Where Do We Go Next?
Feb 10 Alex Martin, PhD Food for Thought – Representing and Tuning the Categories of the Mind
Feb 17 Julia Evans, PhD Atypical Lexical-semantic Processing in Individual Children with Specific Language Impairment: Evidence from ERP and Anatomically Constrained MEG
Feb 24 Paul Whalen, PhD Neural Responses to Facial Expressions Predict Attention, Bias and Personality
Mar 3 Ian McDonough, PhD Neural Markers of Cognitive Ability Across the Adult Lifespan
Mar 17 Scott Grafton, PhD How Our Brain Networks Both Change and Facilitate Learning: Imaging Studies of Training Over Minutes to Months
Mar 24 Michael Rugg, PhD Can Data From Neuroimaging Inform Psychological Theory?
Mar 31 Ian McDonough, PhD Neural Markers of Cognitive Ability Across the Adult Lifespan
Apr 14 Michela Gallagher, PhD The Paradigm Shift to AD Prevention
Apr 21 Danielle King, PhD Lateral Posterior Parietal Activity During Successful Recognition of Previously Perceived and Imagined Events
Apr 24 John Jonides, PhD Suppressing Short-term Memories:  Basic Science and Translation
Apr 28 Cindy Lustig, PhD Keeping Distraction Out and Moving Focus In: Rodent, Genetic and Patient Studies of Acetylcholine’s Role in Attention
Sep 8 Yaakov Stern, PhD Cognitive Reserve and Aging
Sep 15 Theodore Price, PhD CNS Mechanisms Underlying the Transition to Chronic Pain
Sep 29 Sara Festini, PhD Memory Control: Consequences and Mechanisms of Directed Forgetting in Working Memory
Oct 6 Paul Fishwick, PhD TBA
Oct 13 Michael K. Scullin, PhD Sleep, Memory and Aging
Oct 20 Christopher K. Hertzog, PhD Now You See Them, Now You Don’t: The Mystery of Age Differences in the Accuracy of Episodic Feeling-of-Knowing
Oct 27 Denise Park, PhD STAC-R: A Revision of the Scaffolding Theory of Aging and Cognition
Nov 3 Diana Kerwin, MD Dementia Prevention and Longevity
Nov 6 Beatriz Luna, PhD Brain Dynamics Underlying Cognitive Development Through Adolescence
Dec 1 Zhuang Song, PhD Imaging of the Medial Temporal Lobe in Healthy and Pathological Aging
Dec 8 Rob Ackerman, PhD The Role of Pathological Personality Traits in Roommate Relationship Development

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