Colloquium Series

This series brings students, faculty, and the Bucknell community together to discuss research in progress and hear talks by visiting scientists. It is sponsored by the Psychology Department, Psi Chi, and the University Lectureship Committee (and sometimes others). All interested members of the community are welcome to attend. Light refreshments are served and a short reception after each talk offers the opportunity to chat with the speaker.

  • "Music Cognition in Healthy Aging" -- Andrea Halpern (Bucknell University)
    Thursday, Sept. 12, 4:00 PM, Room 108 Academic West
  • "The Neural Basis of False Memories" -- Nancy Dennis (Penn State University)
    Thursday, Oct. 3, 4:00 PM, Room 108 Academic West
  • "Animal, Child, and Adult models of dyslexia using virtual reality mazes" -- Lisa Gabel (Lafayette College)
    Thursday, Jan. 23, 4:00 PM, Room 108 Academic West
  • "Predicting Risk for Social Anxiety in Young Children: A Biopsychosocial Perspective" -- Kristin Buss (Penn State University)
    Thursday, Feb. 13, 4:00 PM, ELC Center Room
  • TBA -- Michael Goldstein (Cornell University)
    Thursday, March 20, 4:00 PM, ELC Center Room
  • "Making up and getting back together" -- T. Joel Wade (Bucknell University)
    Thursday, April 10, 4:00 PM, ELC Center Room

For questions or more information about the speakers or series, please contact Kevin Myers and/or Aaron Mitchell, coordinators of the Psychology Colloquium series.

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