For trainees, a discussion forum for anything behavior-related aimed at broadening behavioral analysis understanding and skills
The format for these meetings is discussion, with each meeting leader choosing the topic, distributing an article for review and leading a discussion, including ~20-25 minutes of material/slides. All attendees are encouraged to prepare for discussion with their own reading and research on the topic, and to bring points for discussion (interesting findings from a paper, a cool paradigm, their own research design for discussion/suggestions, etc).
Anyone interested is welcome to participate!
When: Every 4 weeks on Thursday, 2:00p
Where: HYBRID: Couch 5001B (Medical Campus) and Zoom
Organizer: Susan Maloney (WashU Psychiatry)
Note that individual events are listed on the ONR Calendar.
NOTE 3p start time
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