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Spring 2008 Lecture Series

 Spring 2008 Lecture Series

Spring 2008

The Mind

Date Speaker Lecture Title
January 14 Scott Carnicom, Honors College Introduction and Study Abroad Presentations
January 21 MLK Day - No Classes  
January 28 Scott Carnicom, Honors College A Brief History of the Brain: From Spirits to Sea Slugs
February 4              Mark Anshel, Health and Human Performance Stress and Coping in Sport: What Elite Athletes Can Teach Us About Effective Coping skills
February 11 Kaylene Gebert, Provost Developing Minds through Higher Education: The Role of the University
February 18 Tom Brinthaupt, Psychology I'm Just Talking to Myself! How the Mind Uses Self-Talk
February 25 Stuart Bernstein, Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia Dyslexia: How the Brain Reads and What Happens When it Doesn't
March 3 Spring Break - No Classes  
March 10 Shelley Thomas and Will Langston (Foreign Languages / Psychology) Acquisition and Expression of Language: A Brain-Based Approach
March 17 Amy Jetton, Biology Sex and the Brain: Neurobiology of Mating
March 24 Ed Beemon, History The Mind of the Renaissance Individual
March 31 Ben Austin, Sociology and Anthropology Social Conformity, Group Think, and Violence: Social Activism in the 1960s
April 7 Ron Bombardi, Philosophy On the Neurobiology of Truth
April 14 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations
April 21 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations