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Diane Mathis - Harvard Medical School
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David Raulet - University of California, Berkeley
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(27:44) Rebecca Saxe studies how we think about other people's thoughts. In this talk, Rebecca outlines preliminary findings about face processing and the development of a Theory of Mind in young children.Learn more about Rebecca Saxe>>
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(21:58) At the Martinos Imaging Center, our researchers have the unique ability to explore the developing child's brain. In this talk, Daniel Dilks describes the challenges involved with scanning children, how his team has learned to ove...
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(35:13) Nancy Kanwisher uses brain imaging and behavioral tests to study how different regions of the brain contribute to our perception of the visual world. In this talk, Nancy shares what her lab has discovered about how the adult brai...
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This talk was given on May 4, 2010 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series, sponsored by IHS-CERA. - Abstract - The world is beginning a long, and certainly painful, transition between the fossil energy sources, particularly petroleum, that ...
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(41:20) McGovern Institute 2010 Symposium: Cells, Circuits, and Behavior. This video features a talk by Samuel Wang of Princeton University. His talk is entitled, "Optical approaches to spying on sensory-motor processing in behaving rod...
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(1:03:27) McGovern Institute 2010 Symposium: Cells, Circuits, and Behavior. This video features the keynote address by Steven Paul, formerly of Eli Lilly. His talk is entitled, "Alzheimer's disease: Realizing the promise of molecular me...
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(45:45) McGovern Institute 2010 Symposium: Cells, Circuits, and Behavior. This video features a talk by Catherine Dulac of Harvard University, entitled, "Sex battles in the brain."
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(53:21) McGovern Institute 2010 Symposium: Cells, Circuits, and Behavior. This video features Rachel Wilson of Harvard Medical School. Her talk is entitled, "Drosophila olfaction as a model for sensory processing."
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