Pat Bennett, VCNLab Co-Director gave a joint PNB-Neuroscience lecture on Face Perception last Thursday at McMaster University. Not to be outdone, Stan Govenlock, VCNLab 2nd year PhD student, will be presenting his work on aging and neural tuning at the upcoming Perception-Cognition Seminar, Friday at 3 pm (PC335). Reception to follow in the lounge at 4, then on to Trick-or-Treating!
Pat Bennett, co-VCNLab Director, will be presenting a joint PNB-McMaster Neuroscience Graduate Program lecture on “Identifying Human Faces.”
October 23, 3 pm in PC155 (Psychology Building at McMaster University).
Everyone is welcome to attend, and a wine and cheese reception will follow the talk (PC 205)
VCNLab co-Directors, Patrick Bennett and Allison Sekuler, recently visited Japan with McMaster colleague and collaborator, Mel Rutherford. (more…)
Bruno Rossion (Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Clarifying the functional neuro-anatomy of the face processing by combining lesion studies and neuroimaging
Monday, June 25, 3:30 pm, PC204
All are welcome.
Guillaume Rousselet (Dept. of Psychology, University of Glasgow)
Time-course and robustness of ERP differences related to complex visual object processing.
Thursday, April 12, 12:00 pm, PC204 (more…)
Robert Sekuler (Louis & Frances Salvage Professor of Psychology, The Volen Center for Complex Systems, Brandeis University)
Human see, human (try to) do: Imitating novel motion sequences
Wednesday, April 4, 11:30 am, PC204 (more…)
Lab co-directors, Allison Sekuler and Patrick Bennett, will be visiting lab Alum, Masayoshi Nagai, at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, Japan at the end of March. (more…)
Patrick Bennett (VCNLab) @ Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario: Department of Psychology
Identifying human faces
Friday, March 2, 3:30 pm, BOT B139 (more…)
VCNLab members are travelling to Oford, Quebec, for the annual meeting of the CIHR Strategic Training Program on Communication and Social Interaction in Healthy Aging. (more…)
Marty Banks (University of California, Berkeley)
Why pictures look right when viewed from the wrong place (and sometimes look wrong when viewed from the right place)
Wednesday, March 7, 10:30 am, PC204 (more…)