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Cognitive Forum Speaker Series featuring Ryan Burnell

The Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences is proud to announce this semester’s Cognitive Forum speaker series. Formerly the Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag series, these meetings began in 1970 when cognitive psychology faculty members began congregating over lunch to discuss research. Now entering its fifth decade, the series has grown into a long-standing tradition featuring alumni, impressive guest speakers, and graduate student research presentations. Cognitive talks are regularly scheduled on Fridays at 4:00 pm. For more information, contact Kathy Pezdek (kathy.pezdek@cgu.edu).

Fall 2022 Schedule:

September 2 – Welcome to the Claremont Colleges Cognitive Forum Speaker Series

September 16 – Dani Green, Assistant Professor of Practice, Claremont Graduate University, “UX Research Case Study.”

September 30 (Noon Talk) – Ryan Burnell, Research Fellow, The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at The University of Cambridge, “Memories People No Longer Believe Can Still Affect Them in Helpful and Harmful Ways.”

October 14 (Noon Talk) – Katherine White, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Cognition and Aging Lab, Rhodes College, “Topic to be determined”

October 28 – Stacia Stolzenberg, Associate Professor, Arizona State University, “The Mechanics of Abuse: How Children Describe and Report Alleged Sexual Abuse”

November 11 – To be determined