Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sept. 29 – Oct. 3

Pathways to Child Flourishing Sept. 27-30: McKenna Hall Sept. 29, Noon, Haggar B16 CBBSG by Michael Brady (ND post-doc) “A Biology-Inspired Model of Speech Motor Learning and Control” Oct. 2, 3:30pm, Haggar 212 QSG by Meghan Cain and Haiyan Liu … Continue reading

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Sept. 22 – Sept. 26 events

Monday, Sept. 22, Noon, Haggar B016 CBBSG talk: Kristopher Kopp (post-doc at ND) “An Assessment of Mind Wandering and Methods of Information Delivery” Thursday, Sept 25, 3:30pm, Haggar 212 QSG talks: Ge (Gabriella) Jiang “Small sample statistics for SEM: Three … Continue reading

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Sept 15 – Sept 19

Thursday Sept 18 QSG (Quantitative studies group):¬†3:30pm Haggar 212 Yajuan Si from University of Wisconsin-Madison Nonparametric Bayesian Multiple Imputation for¬†Incomplete Categorical Variables in Large-Scale¬†Assessment Surveys Lab meeting: 4:30pm Brownson 118 Discussing Rafa’s manuscript draft Friday, Sept. 19 DSG (Developmental studies … Continue reading

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Sept 8 – Sept 12 events

Human Brain Demonstration: Introduction to Brain and Spinal Cord Anatomy, Function and Disease 105 Jordan Hall Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, 6-7pm Lab meeting 118 Brownson Hall Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, 4:30-5:30pm Early Childhood Adversity and the Developing Brain Seth Pollak, … Continue reading

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