Psychology Colloquia

Spring 2016 Schedule

4:15 pm | All talks in Psychology 136

Jan 17-18
Psy 105

Steve Luck, Ph.D.
ERP Mini Bootcamp

Feb 2

Qual Information Session

Feb 11

Open Forum
Meet the faculty

Feb 25

Andrew Dykstra, Ph.D.
"Electrophysiological markers of auditory perceptual awareness and release from informational masking"

Fall 2015 Schedule

4:15 pm | All talks in Psychology 136

Sept 10 E-Research Tutorial Session
Build your library research skills
Sept 17
Colloquium: Peter Balsam, Ph.D., Barnard College and Columbia University
Psychology, Neuroscience and Psychiatry: Historical perspectives and new strategies
Oct 1
Life Beyond Reed
Join us for a discussion of internships, jobs, career explorations that you might explore both after Reed and while here!
Oct 8

Colloquium: Mark R. Pitzer, Ph.D., University of Portland
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Stop the Presses: A Novel approach to halting Huntington's Disease

Oct 15

Getting into Graduate School
Join us for a discussion of the process of choosing a graduate school and applying.

Oct 22

Fall break

Oct 29

Colloquium: Matthew Kurtz, Wesleyan University (and B.A. from Reed '89)
Neuroscience & Behavior
“Schizophrenia and Cognition: Implications for understanding the disorder and for treatment.”

Nov 5

Michael Pitts, Reed College
“Sensory versus cognitive theories of perceptual awareness: Evidence from inattentional blindness and EEG”

Nov 12

Careers in Education Panel
Are you broadly interested in a career in education (not necessarily teaching!) but unsure what your options might be? An invited panel of Reed alums will share information about their carers in a variety of education-related fields including program evaluation, school psychology, classroom teaching, and early childhood education. They will also discuss what you can be doing while at Reed to pave the path toward these various options.

Nov 19

Tracey Garcia, Reed College
"Project Options: Research from an efficacy-effectiveness hybrid prvenetion program and group process." Project Options is a multisite voluntary school-based alcohol and drug prevention program for high school students.

Nov 26


Dec 3

Last week of classes