Brown Bag Series 2020-21
In-House Research Presentations
Come out and participate in the department’s Brown Bag meetings.
Dates/Location/Presenters listed below - 10am to 12pm
Speakers typically present work in progress or give practice talks for conferences. All faculty and department trainees (including post-docs, graduate students and undergraduates working in our labs) are encouraged to attend.
June 17, 2021 - Zoom
Title: Sociosexual, Anxiety-, and Depression-Like Behaviour in Transgenic and Hormonally Induced Models of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Title: The Multiple Encoding Benefit: Encoding Opportunities Amplify Benefits from Encoding Duration in Visual Long-Term Memory
Title: The Influence of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Vicarious Pain Perception in Undergraduate Students
Title: A Look into the Construct Validity of Global Life-Satisfaction Judgments
May 20, 2021 - Zoom
Title: Feeling Bad about Feeling Mad: Anger Predicts Lower Aggression and Higher Non-Aggressive Disruptive Behavior in Children with Higher Ethical Guilt
Title: Mental Training for Academic Success during the Pandemic
Ruofang (Sonny) Wang
Title: Exploring Connections between Inference and Perspective Taking in Reading
April 22, 2021 - Zoom
Title: What's in a Breath? Clarifying the Role of Interoceptive Awareness in the Transfer of Arousal
Title: Acetylation as a Modifier of H2A.Z Function in Memory
Title: How does General Cognition fit into Real-time Language Comprehension?
March 25, 2021 - Zoom
Title: Tracing the Emergence of Stimulus Memorability
Title: The Diversity of RNA Modifications at the Synapse and their Role during Memory Formation
Title: Mirroring Language with Virtual Agents
Title: Role of mH2A1 Splice Variants in Neuronal Transcription and Memory Formation