Behavior Reexamined | 1 p.m.
Undergraduate Academic Center 275
Activities and conversations about the groundbreaking work on behavior such as studies of chimpanzees, research on human consciousness, disgust, and other mental states.
Dr. Jill Pruetz, Anthropology
Dr. Pruetz will share her groundbreaking research on primates in Africa, Central and South America. Learn about new insights on the influences of ecology on primate and early human feeding, ranging, use of tools, and social behavior.
Dr. Logan Trujillo, Psychology
Dr. Trujillo uses measurement and computational modeling of behavior to examine cognitive neuroscience of perception in general and attractiveness in specific. He'll share his work on understanding new models of attractiveness bias.
Dr. Dr. Alessandro De Nadai, Psychology
Dr. De Nadai will share cutting-edge techniques for using brain scans and data science to help better diagnose and treat cognitive disorders such as anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Dr. Reiko Graham, Psychology
Dr. Graham examines electrophysiological processes behind addiction, stress and pain. She will share new findings on disgust.