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Feb 16

Dr. Theresa M. Desrochers, Brown University

From Motor Habits to Abstract Tasks: Sequences in Monkeys and Humans
Feb 16

Charlotte Boettiger, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dopamine and Intertemporal Choice
Feb 17

Monica Huerta, Duke University

Marking Thoughts in Time: Duchenne, Photography, and the Search for an Orthography of Facial Expressions
Feb 18

William S. Meyer, Duke University

Holding a Mother/Holding a Baby: Forging Connections with the Low Income Pregnant Woman
Feb 19

Leah Krubitzer, University of California, Davis

CCN Colloquium: Cortical Plasticity Within and Across Lifetimes
Feb 20

Brain Bee @ Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

Neuroscience Competition for High School Students-Register by February 15!!

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