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    Young children learn from what they see and hear all day. But how can scientists measure these informal perceptual inputs? A Skidmore professor found a method and won a federal grant to share her results.
    Jul 21 2017
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    Psychologist Rachel Mann-Rosan has encouraged her students to take the lead in organizing events to raise awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder. They have scheduled a number of activities for the campus and community to attend. Admission is open to all.
    Apr 16 2012
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    Psychology Professor Flip Phillips will share research about human visual perception of 3-D forms when he gives the second lecture in conjunction with the upcoming Schick Art Gallery exhibition, A Resolution of the Arts and Sciences. The free talk is Tuesday in Davis Auditorium.
    Sep 30 2011
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    How is collaborative memory different from one person's recall of an event? Social aspects of memory will be the topic of visiting scholar Suparna Rajaram of SUNY Stony Brook, when she visits Skidmore to lecture on Oct. 6.
    Sep 30 2011
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    Professor Sheldon Solomon has long explored the uniquely human awareness of death and its effect on individual and social behavior. His Feb. 15 talk will include recent research into this fascinating topic.
    Feb 6 2011
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    Guided imagery (for example, asking people to visualize a scene in a park in a particular way) may lead people to report aspects of events that never occurred or to report entire episodes that were only experienced in thought. Mary Ann Foley will study how guided imagery results in memory errors.
    Sep 20 2010
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    Emeritus Professor Gus Lumia returns to campus this week and will give a public lecture Tuesday on ethics in neuroscience. The talk will take place at 4:30 p.m. in Davis Auditorium.
    Apr 19 2010