Language and the Brain in the Wild
Language and the Brain in the Wild: How Lips, Smiles, Hands, Posture,
and Print are Heard [sic] by the Brain During Multimodal Communication
Friday, April 13, 2012
GUEST LECTURER: DR. JEREMY I. SKIPPER
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE AT HAMILTON COLLEGE
Dr. Skipper’s research aims to “understand the neural mechanisms of language (and action) in the natural social settings in which the brain evolved, develops, and normally functions”.