Spring 2009 Psychology Lunch Talk Series
Talks occur on select
Fridays from 12:00 PM to 1:00 pm in Jubilee Hall Room 383. Bring your
own brown bag lunch.
- Friday, February 6
Dr. Jeff Levy: Adaptive learning and the human condition.
- Friday, February 27
Marley Kass: Behavioral sensitization and conditioned responding of
methamphetamine-induced behavior in the HIV-1 transgenic rat.
- Friday, March 20
Dr. Robert Hodson, Schering-Plough Corp.: Adenosine A2A receptor
antagonists: Potential novel treatment for Parkinson's disease.
- Friday, March 27
Shannon Callahan: Memory for political messages: The effects of
inhibition and prior attitudes.
- Friday, April 3
Dr. Michael Vigorito: The history of psychology at Seton Hall
- Friday, April 17
Dr. Daniel Oppenheimer, Princeton University: The secret life of
*Partial funding for this event has been provided by the College of
Arts and Sciences thanks to the generous support of the President's
Advisory Council members.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Kelly Goedert, Department of Psychology