Winter 2015 Seminar Series / ISR - 1430

BioSocial Methods
Organizer: Richard Gonzalez, Director, BioSocial Methods Collaborative
A series of seminars presented by scholars connecting the bio/social sciences through innovative methodologies.

 
January 12, 2015
Jeffrey Smith
University of Michigan


The important role of heterogeneity in soci ...

 
February 09, 2015
Richard Gonzalez
University of Michigan


The case for biosocial methods: Why we need ...

 
March 16, 2015
John Hibbing
University of Nebraska


Liberals, conservatives, and negativity bia ...

 
April 06, 2015
Shinobu Kitayama
University of Michigan


A biosocial model of dissonance: Connecting ...

 
January 26, 2015
Laura Kubzansky
Harvard School of Public Health


***CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER*** Feeling with ...

 
February 23, 2015
Elissa Chesler
The Jackson Laboratory


Improving the classification of psychiatric ...

 
March 23, 2015
Belinda Needham
University of Michigan


Social adversity and telomere length across ...

 
April 13, 2015
Michael Neale
Virginia Institute for Psychiatric & Behavioral Genetics


Optimizing measurement and analysis of comp ...

 
February 02, 2015
Susan Murphy
University of Michigan


***CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER*** Micro-random ...

 
March 09, 2015
Stephen Suomi
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development


Behavioral, biological and epigenetic conse ...

 
March 30, 2015
Pamela Davis-Kean
University of Michigan


Population, Neuroscience and Genetics: How ...

 
April 20, 2015
Jim Blascovich
University of California, Santa Barbara


Challenge and threat meet fMRI: A history

The Group Dynamics Seminar series is one of the longest running seminar series in the social sciences. The original intent was for RCGD senior staff to meet together weekly to maintain an integrated theoretical approach to the various research projects underway and to advance theoretical thinking in several areas. Today the seminar series is open to the entire University community and continues to provide an opportunity for researchers, scholars, staff, and students to meet and learn about new theoretical developments as well as ongoing research activities.