Cognitive Research Seminar
The Department of Psychology will host our annual Class Day ceremony on Monday, May 30th in the Frist Campus Center lower-level multipurpose room. Light refreshments will be served at 2 PM and our program will begin at 2:30 PM. We invite all Department of Psychology undergraduates from the Class of 2016 and their families to join Department of Psychology faculty and staff to celebrate this joyous occasion. We hope to see you there!
The 2016 Graduate School Hooding Ceremony will be held at 4:30 PM on Monday, May 30th on Cannon Green behind Nassau Hall. President Christopher L. Eisgruber and Dean Kulkarni will be presiding. The ceremony is for all advanced degree (Ph.D. and final master's) candidates and their guests. The Hooding Ceremony is a nonticketed event, and degree recipients may bring as many guests as they like to Cannon Green. Air-conditioned simulcast seating will be available at Richardson Auditorium. The program lasts for approximately two hours.
“Withholding from Others: The Hidden Work of Secrecy
"The cooperative theory of mind hypothesis"
“Emotion Inside Out: From Cartoon Neuroscience to the Predictive Brain”
“Expansive and Contractive Regulatory Scope”
"Why Do We Remember Emotional Events As Well As We Do?"
Social Research Seminar
"Walk and Chew Gum: A Theoretical Approach to Understanding Human Multitasking"