Each year, the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience hosts a lecture series, traditionally named the Colloquium Series, whereby experts in the psychology and/or neuroscience field are welcome to inform inquisitive Dalhousie and broader community members about their research.
The series is organized by the Colloquium Committee consisting of departmental faculty and staff, and student societies: Dalhousie Student Union (DSU), Undergraduate Neuroscience Society (UNS), and Dalhousie Association of Psychology Students (DAPS).
The 2017-2018 Colloquium Series will officially launch in September 2017.
Below you will find confirmed dates for the upcoming year:
All talks are held in the Life Sciences Centre (LSC), Room 5260 at 3:40 pm, unless otherwise noted.
|September 15||Richard Brown, Psychology and Neuroscience, Dalhousie University||Pavlov's tour of Saint Petersburg|
TERRY ANDERS MEMORIAL LECTURE
|Janine Olthuis, University of New Brunswick||Transdiagnostic treatment and distance treatment of anxiety disorders|
|September 29||Drs. Helene Deacon, Kevin Duffy, Sean Mackinnon and Catherine Reeve
||Meet the Psychology and Neursoscience Faculty, Dalhousie University|
|October 2||Michael Posner, Professor Emeritus, University of Oregon
||Can we rewire the human brain?|
UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS DAY
|October 27||Annie Roy-Charland, University of Moncton||Examination of perceptual-attentional limitation hypothesis in the confusion between fear and surprise
|November 17||Gabriella Ilie, Dalhousie University||Prostate cancer quality of life research|
|November 24||Christine Tsang|
|January 19||Caroline Brunelle, University of New Brunswick||TBA|
GRAHAM GODDARD MEMORIAL LECTURE
DONALD O. HEBB MEMORIAL LECTURE
|March 16||Brain Awareness Week|
Suggest a Speaker
Would you or someone you know like to get involved with this years Colloquium Series with the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience? In particular, we are looking for speakers to present at Undergrad Awards Day (must be a Dalhousie undergraduate alumni) and the Donald O. Hebb Lecture.
- Your name and professional title
- Suggested title of talk
- Lecture abstract