1997 Fall

September 3, 1997

“Multineuron Recording and the Neurophysiology of Reminiscence”
Bruce McNaughton (University of Arizona) Host: Michel Baudry (NB)

September 17, 1997

The Neurobiology of Emotionally Influenced Memory:
“Converging Evidence from Infra-Human and Human Subject Studies”
Larry Cahill (UC, Irvine) Host: Foster (NS)

October 1, 1997

“A Neurocomputational Account of Face and Object Recognition”
Irving Biederman (USC) Host: Richard Thompson (NS)

October 15, 1997

“Different Behavioral Effects Following Damage to the Medial Temporal Lobe and to the Inferotemporal Cortex: Findings from Monkeys and Humans”
Stuart M. Zola (VA Medical Center, La Jolla) Host: Richard Thompson (NB)

October 20, 1997 (Special Day: Monday; Special place: Gerontology Auditorium; 9am to 5pm)

5th Annual USC Neuroscience Symposium: THE BASAL GANGLIA
Mahlon Delong, Micheal Arbib, Anton Reiner, Larry Swanson, Ann Graybiel, Marie-Francois Chesselet, James Surmeier, John Walsh.

November 12, 1997

“Making Decisions: The Brain’s Link Between Perception and Action”
William Newsome (Stanford University) Host: Richard Thompson (NB)

November 19, 1997

“Voltage-Dependent Signal Transduction in Muscle and Nerve”
Julio Vergara (UCLA) Host: Lou Byerly (NB)

December 3, 1997

“Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Regulating Vertebrate Neurogenesis”
Anne Calof (UC, Irvine) Host: Sarah Bottjer (NB)

December 10, 1997

“Microstructures for Studying Living Neural Networks”
Jerry Pine (Caltech) Host: Michael Arbib (NS)

Past research seminars