Cognitive Brown Bag Lunch

Now entering its fourth decade, the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. The series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring guest speakers as well as graduate student research.

These events are open to the public. Fall 2010 “Cog Lunches” will be held in room ACB 214 (Academic Computing Building, 123 East 8th Street, Claremont 91711) from 12:15 to 1:30 pm, unless marked otherwise below.

Lunch will be provided at all noon talks.

Fall 2010 Schedule

September 10, 2010
Introductory meeting for all cognitive faculty & graduate students
Room Burkle 14

September 24, 2010

Cognitive Thesis Fair
Interviewing Child Witnesses: The Effect of Forced Confabulation on Event Memory (Stacia Stolzenberg)
Distribution of Peripheral Vision for a Driving Simulator Functional Field of View Task (George D. Park)
Room Burkle 14

September 30, 2010

Stauffer Colloquium at 4:00 pm

Richard Mayer, University of California Santa Barbara
Evidence-Based Principles for Multimedia Instruction
Room Burkle 16

October 15, 2010

Catherine L. Reed, Claremont McKenna College
The Body’s Impact on Spatial Attention
Room Burkle 14

October 21, 2010
Stauffer Colloquium at 4:00 pm

Tom Lyon, University of Southern California
Encouraging Children’s Disclosures: Implications for Interviewing Children about Abuse
Room Burkle 16

November 4, 2010
Michael Spezio, Scripps College Humanities Institute
Neuroscience and the Contemplative Mind
Hampton Room, Malott Commons, Scripps College

November 19, 2010
Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in St. Louis

December 3, 2010
Sally Dickerson, University of California Irvine
Title TBA
Room Burkle 14