Title: "Shedding Light on Developing Brain"
Date and Time: Saturday, 30th January, 2010; 10:00 - 16:40
Venue: G-SEC Lab, 6th Floor, East Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speakers and Themes:
Takeo Tsuji (Associate Professor, Dept. Human Relations, Keio University); "Pharmacological NIRS study of antihistamine effects in young children"
Mariko Ohta (Research Fellow, CARLS, Keio University); "Causal relationship between cerebral hemodynamics, electroencephalography, and cardiovascular activity"
Emmanuel Dupoux (Director of Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, ENS-EHESS-DEC-CNRS, France) ; "Early phonetic learning in infants: data and model"
Susan Hespos (Associate Professor, Psychology Dept., Northwestern University, USA); "Shedding new light on cognition: Optical imaging on human infants using motor, visual, and language tasks"
Nozomi Naoi (Research Fellow of JST, Kyoto University); "Assessing cortical response to speech in high-risk neonates: Evidence from near-infrared spectroscopy"Fumitaka Homae (Assistant Professor, Tokyo Metropolitan University); "Development of functional architecture in the infant brain"
Chair: Yasuyo Minagawa-Kawai (Associate Professor, Dept. Human Relations, Keio University)
Organized by: Global COE "Centre for Advanced Research on Logic and Sensibility"
Reference: " Shedding Light on Developing Brain"
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