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Colloquium Series 2020 – 2021

All talks are on Mondays, 1pm-2pm. All presentations during the fall and winter quarter are presented virtually.

August 24, 2020 Student Thesis Presentations #1
September 21, 2020 Vonetta Dotson, Georgia State University
Cognitive Impairment in Late-Life Depression: Causes, Consequences and Treatments
October 19, 2020 Elizabeth Grandfield, Utrecht University
The Importance of Measurement Invariance in Longitudinal Research: What is Changing?
November 23, 2020 Dr. Matthew Lerner, Stony Brook University
Catch Me If You Can: Novel Mechanisms of Social Functioning and Intervention in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders
December 7, 2020 Dr. Giorgia Michelini, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience
Clinical and brain predictors and correlates of treatment response in children with ADHD
January 11, 2021 Student Thesis Presentations # 2
February 8, 2021 Dr. Katherine Jonas, Stony Brook University
Predicting Illness Course in Schizophrenia
March 8, 2021 Dr. Jessica Schleider, Stony Brook University
Little Treatments, Big Effects? Building Brief Interventions to Reduce Youth Psychopathology at Scale
April 12, 2021 Dr. Olajide Bamishigbin, PhD, California State University, Long Beach
Risk, Resilience, and Depression in Diverse Samples
May 10, 2021 Student Thesis Presentations # 3