Past Events

  • 2016 Mar 08

    Social Psychology Brownbag

    12:00pm to 1:15pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall 105

    Will Cunningham, University of Toronto

  • 2016 Mar 07

    LDS Seminar Series

    2:35pm to 4:00pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall 1305

    Narges Afshordi

  • 2016 Mar 03

    CBB Lunch

    Repeats every week every Thursday, 11 times except Thu Mar 17 2016.
    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall 765

    The Research Seminar in Cognition, Brain, and Behavior will meet Thursdays from 12-1. The lineup of speakers can be found at http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/cbb/home

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  • 2016 Mar 02

    Colloquium - Martha J. Farah, PhD

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall - Room 1, Basement Auditorium

    Martha J. Farah, PhD 
    Director, Center for Neuroscience & Society 
    Walter H. Annenberg Professor in Natural Sciences 
    University of Pennsylvania 

    Topic: Childhood Poverty and Brain Development: From Science to Policy

    Abstract: Childhood socioeconomic status (SES) predicts many important life outcomes, from physical health to academic achievement.  Why is childhood SES so influential?  The answer in part involves the effects of SES on brain development.   In this...

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  • 2016 Feb 29

    LDS Seminar Series

    2:35pm to 4:00pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall 1305

    Alex Was

  • 2016 Feb 25

    CBB Lunch

    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall 765

    The Research Seminar in Cognition, Brain, and Behavior will meet Thursdays from 12-1. The lineup of speakers can be found at http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/cbb/home

    Read more about CBB Lunch
  • 2016 Feb 24

    Colloquium - Betsy Levy Paluck, PhD

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    William James Hall - Room 1, Basement Auditorium

    Betsy Levy Paluck, PhD

    Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Woodrow Wilson School

    Princeton University

    Topic: Changing social norms and behavior

    Abstract: 

    How can we change social norms, the standards describing typical or desirable behavior? Because individuals’ perceptions of norms guide their personal behavior, influencing these perceptions is one way to create social change. And yet...

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