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The colloquium is a public lecture series sponsored by the Psychology Department, where guest lecturers from Princeton and around the world present a one hour talk about their work followed by a question and answer period. Students are encouraged to attend these colloquia.
Unless otherwise noted, all lectures occur at 12:30 PM in PNI, A32 Lecture Hall


Friday, March 7
Michael Hogg, Claremont Graduate University
"Take it to the Limit: Going to Extremes for One's Group"

Friday, March 28
Nicholas Haslam, University of Melbourne
"Humans, Animals, and Objects: The Psychology of Dehumanization and Beyond"

Friday, April 25 - CANCELLED
Todd Heatherton, Dartmouth University
"A Balance Model of Self-Regulation Failure"

Friday, May 9
Daniel Wolpert, University of Cambridge
"Probabilistic Models of Sensorimotor Control and Decision Making"

Friday, May 16
Carol Dweck, Stanford University
"Mindsets and Human Nature: Implications for Achievement, Aggression, Altruism, and Willpower"

Cancellations and/or postponements will be posted on the website.
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