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SEP Annual Meeting, 2000

Dear faculty and students,

This weekend, the Society of Experimental Psychologists will be meeting at the West Coast Santa Cruz Hotel, the talks at the meetings are open to everyone, and you are invited to attend. This society grew out of Titchenerís informal club begun in 1904 and was formally organized in 1929

 

Dinner Banquet Announcement of Warren Medal

 

Business Meeting

2:30

3:00 break

3:30 leave for mystery spot

 

Tony Greenwald , Momentary decortication by visual masking

 

Jeff Bitterman , A simple associative analysis of "risk-sensitive foraging" in honeybees.

 

Sam Glucksberg ,. Inhibiting the literal: Do loan sharks swim?

 

Shepard Siegel , Self-Administered Drugs Have Smaller Effects Passively Received Drugs! Why?

 

Carolyn Rovee-Collier , The development of infant memory

 

Tarow Indow , Visual space, awareness and consciousness

 

Peter Killeen , Transmogrifying discount functions

 

Russ De Valois , Transformations of Color Information from LGN to Cortex"

 

Karen De Valois , What Roles Do Color-Selective Mechanisms Play in Various Tasks?"

 

Russ Church , Animal Cognition in the 21st Century

 

Dom Massaro , Talking Heads and the Written Word in the new Millennium

 

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