Recent or upcoming talks by Centre members at external events:
Professor Usha Goswami: invited speaker at the Hay Festival (22nd May 2015): How can neuroscience help us to understand the sensory processing differences that can give rise to learning difficulties like dyslexia?
Professor Usha Goswami: invited speaker at the Edinburgh International Science Festival (15th April 2015) on "A Very Short Introduction to... Child Psychology".
Professor Usha Goswami: invited speaker at the SMART Cognitive Science Conference in Amsterdam (27-28th March 2015) on music cognition. Under discussion is Shared Processing in Language and Music (SPLM).
Professor Goswami: Salzburg Global Seminar on The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation? (21-26 February 2015)
Professor Goswami: Bridging Neuroscience and Learning Workshop, a White House Office of Science & Technology policy event (January 2015), Washington DC.
Professor Goswami: Cambridge Festival of Ideas (October 2014) - following her election to the British Academy, Prof. Goswami talks about her ground-breaking work.
Professor Goswami: Speech Rhythm and Temporal Structure, British Dyslexia Association 9th International Conference, Guildford. 28/3/2014.
Amy Devine: Testing theories of developmental dyscalculia, Workshop on Educational Neuroscience, see the CEN website for more details. 14/3/2014.
Dr Sheila Flanagan: Phonological deficits in dyslexia: The Temporal Sampling Framework, British Neuropsychological Society, London. See the BNS website for programme details. 12/3/2014.
Dr Vicky Leong: Language and the learning brain, 11th Oxford Brain Day, University of Oxford. 22/2/2014.