On Thursday 19th May 2022, 6 pm CET, Professor Brice Kuhl (University of Oregon, USA) will give a talk entitled “Adaptive distortions of long-term memory representations”.
On Thursday 7th April 2022, 11 am CET, Professor Daniel Haun (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology) will give a talk entitled “Comparative Cultural Psychology – evolving a research program”.
On Thursday 10th March 2022, 3.30 pm CET, Professor Morgan Barense (University of Toronto, Canada) will give a talk entitled “Enhancing real-world event memory: Insights from the HippoCamera, a smartphone intervention”.
On Thursday 16th December, 6 pm CET, Professor Lisa Giocomo (Stanford University, CA, USA) will give a talk entitled “Multiple maps for navigation”.
On Thursday 25th November, 3.30 pm CET, Professor Brigitte Roeder (University of Hamburg, Germany) will give a talk entitled “The role of experience for the development of visual and multisensory functions“.
On Thursday 4th November, 5 pm CET, Professor Itzhak Fried (University of California, USA) will give a talk entitled “Concept cells in the human medial temporal lobe”.
On Thursday 14th October, 3.30 pm CET, Professor Alison R. Preston (The University of Texas at Austin, USA) will give a talk entitled “Hippocampal-prefrontal hierarchical representations of experience guide generalization and inference”.