Marylyn C. Grabosky Lecture in Psychology and Neuroscience
Thursday, October 26, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Thomas Friedman Hall at the David Rubenstein Forum
1201 E. 60th Street
Causes and consequences of exploration across development
Catherine Hartley, Ph.D.
New York University
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This lecture is made possible by the Marylyn C. Grabosky STEM Education Initiative Fund and is one of two lifetime endowments named in honor of Marylyn Grabosky (1940-2021). Marylyn was an alumna of the University who was a champion of women, education, and STEM education. The Division of the Social Sciences is grateful to Marylyn and her spouse Laura Desmond for generously establishing the Marylyn C. Grabosky Lecture in Psychology and Neuroscience.
The Department’s Colloquium Series, usually held on Thursdays at 3:30 pm during the academic year, features innovative researchers representing the breadth of the Psychology faculty’s interests.
Thursday, November 9, 3:30 - 5:00 pm, location TBD
"A proposal for our Intuitive Theory of Social Relations"
Ashley Thomas, Ph.D.
Workshops and Seminar Series
Cognition Workshop: Alternate Wednesdays during the academic year. Consult Cognition Workshop for schedule and to sign up for announcements.
Developmental Brown Bag: Mondays during the academic year. Attendance required for Developmental area PhD students and faculty; others by invitation.
Social Seminar: Tuesday afternoons during the academic year. Workshops are open to faculty and students associated with the Social Psychology program.
Mind and Biology Seminar: twice a quarter talks hosted by the Institute for Mind and Biology; open to IMB faculty and fellows.