- February 9th: Richard Ashley, Northwestern University, on musical cognition.
- March 30th: Randy Beer, Indiana University, on coordinated behavior.
- April 13th: Mark Changizi, Caltech / RPI, on theoretical neurobiology.
The talks will be held at 4pm on Friday afternoons at UConn / Storrs.
btw, there was an interesting article in Sunday's NYTimes about musical cognition.
Music of the Hemispheres
by CLIVE THOMPSON
Sunday, Jan. 31, 2006
eta: abridged article available free at the Toronto Star
"Images from an experiment to locate the neural regions of the brain involved in listening to music. Daniel Levitin and another scientist scanned the brains of 13 people as they listened to scrambled and unscrambled versions of a tune."