Fall 2006 Workshops
Location: Charles M. Harper Center Classroom 06
Time: Mondays 10:10 a.m.–11:30 a.m.
Monday, September 25
Michigan State University
"Strategic Information Sharing in Decision-Making Groups"
Monday, October 2
University of California, Davis
"Controlling the Integration of Ecomotion and Cognition"
Monday, October 9
University of Michigan
"Constructing heuristics on the spot: Diverging inferences from identical inputs"
Monday, October 16
International University Bremen
"Novelty Theory: Implications for Abstract and Concrete Processing Styles"
Monday, October 23
University of Chicago
"On the Causal Mechanisms of Stereotype Threat: Can Skills That Don't Rely Heavily on Working Memory Still Be Threatened?"
Monday, October 30
E. Tory Higgins
"Value From Hedonic Experience and Engagement"
Monday, November 6
"Motivated Moral Reasoning"
Monday, November 13
"Social Structural Causes and Emotional and Behavioral Consequences of Competence and Warmth Stereotypes"
Monday, November 27
"Self-Regulation in Response to Social Exclusion: On Being Rejected Versus Being Ignored"
Monday, December 4
"When Asking 'Why' Does Not Hurt"
Tuesday, December 5
Justin L. Storebeck
University of Virginia
"With Sadness Comes Accuracy; Happiness, False Memories: Mood Governs Memories"