Invited speakers 2001-2005


Marie-Pascale Noël "Working memory involvement in calculation." Friday, January 19

Ton Dijkstra "Lexicale selectie tijdens bilinguale woordherkenning"  Thursday, March 1

Bert Clincke "Spraaktechnologie toepassingen in psychologisch onderzoek: mogelijkheden en beperkingen" Friday, March 16

Guido Band "De vele gezichten van inhibitoire controle: Functie en Structuur, Theorie en Praktijk" Friday, March 30

Maxwell Roberts(University of Essex, UK) "Inferences from diagrams: A challenge to the working memory hypothesis in reasoning research" Thursday, November 29


Philip Johnson-Laird (University of Princeton) "Emotions, models, and rationality" Thursday, March 21

Jochen Müsseler (Max Planck Institute München) "Localization of moving stimuli"  Tuesday, April 23

Akira Miyake(University of Colorado at Boulder) "Mental Set Shifting: Effects of Preparation Time and Inner Speech" Monday, May 27

Jonathan Grainger(Université de Aix-en-Provence) "Orthographic processing in visual word recognition" Friday, June 7


Graham Hitch (University of York) "How do we remember serial order?" Friday, January 17

Barbara Hemforth (Universität Freiburg) "The role of information structure in anaphor resolution and relative clause attachment" Tuesday, January 21

Eric Salmon (Université de Liège) "Functional imaging, executive function and the frontal lobe" Tuesday, February 25

Marjolein Meeuwissen (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen,Netherlands) "Tracking the eyes in producing complex spoken numerals" Friday, March 14

Daniel Ansari (Neurocognitive Development Unit, Institute of Child Health, London) "Developmental impairments of numerical cognition - the case of Williams syndrome"  Friday, May 16

Ralph Radach (Technical University of Aachen) "Intraindividual varieties of reading: global and local modulations of oculomotor control and word processing" Monday, May 26

Jan Lauwereyns (Victoria University of Wellington) "Rehearsal of visual features and on-line visual processing" Monday, June 16

Jeroen G.W. Raaijmakers (University of Amsterdam) "Modeling Implicit and Explicit Memory" Monday, October 13

Lionel Naccache (INSERM, France) "Psychological properties & brain-imaging correlates of unconscious processing of numbers"  Monday, November 3

Martin Corley (University of Edinburgh) "Hesitation in speech can... um... help the listener"  Friday, November 7

Hans-Christophe Nuerk (University Hospital RWTH Aachen) "Number processing in children with and without ADHD." Monday, December 1

Valerie Thompson (University of Saskatchewan) "Persuading and dissuading by conditional argument." Thursday, December 4

Jamie Campbell (University of Saskatchewan) "Oddities of numerical cognition." Friday, December 5

David Rosenbaum (Pennsylvania State University) "Should cognitive psychologists care about motor control?" Monday, December 15


Guilherme Wood (University Hospital RWTH Aachen) "Are there neurofunctional correlates of processing the 10-basis structure of Arabic numbers? A fMRI study." Wednesday, February 4

Pierre Barrouillet (Université de Bourgogne, Dijon) "The time-based resource-sharing model of working memory." Friday, Februari 20

Richard Ridderinkhof (University of Amsterdam) "Performance monitoring & interference control" Friday, March 12

Gordon Logan (Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University, USA) "Clever homunculus: Is there an endogenous act of control in the explicit task cuing procedure?" Wednesday, May 12

Ardi Roelofs (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and F. C. Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging Nijmegen, The Netherlands) "The seduced speaker" Friday, May 14

Boris Burle (Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences Cognitives, Marseille) "Information processing dynamic: Interest of transcranial magnetic stimulation of the primary motor cortices." Monday, May 17

Jeffrey N. Rouder (University of Missouri-Columbia) "Hierarchical Nonlinear Models in Cognition and Perception." Monday, October 11

Bernadette M. Jansma (Universiteit Maastricht) "Neural correlates of word selection" Monday, November 8

James McQueen (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) "The plasticity of speech perception" Friday, November 12

Bruno Rossion (Université catholique de Louvain) "Tracking the time-course of human face processing" Monday, November 29

Sander Nieuwenhuis (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) "The role of the locus coeruleus-norepinephrine system in selective attention" Monday, December 6

Philippe Peigneux (Université de Liège) "Functional brain imaging of memory processing through the sleep-wake cycle" Monday, December 13


Roi Cohen Kadosh (Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Behavioral Sciences) "Late Resolution of Conflicts in the Brain: Evidence for Parallel Comparison Systems." Monday, February 14

Philip Quinlan (Department of Psychology, University of York) "Re-thinking stages of cognitive development: On balance, connectionist networks do not work." Monday, February 28

Romain Martin (University of Luxembourg) "Shared attentional and perceptive processes among visuo-spatial working memory and counting." Monday, March 14

Steve Majerus (Université de Liège) "Verbal short-term memory for serial order and item information: distinct capacities?" Monday, April 4

Keith Rayner (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) "Eye Movements and Cognitive Processes in Reading." Monday, April 11

Valerie Camos (Université de Bourgogne) "Subitizing : Evaluating the focus of attention." Friday, April 15

Mike Page (University of Hertfordshire) "Immediate serial recall, the Hebb effect, and the learning of phonological word-forms."  Friday, April 22

Marie-Pascale Noël (Université Catholique de Louvain) "Developmental dyscalculia in children: possible explanations." Monday, May 2

Monicque Lorist (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen) "Mental fatigue: dynamics in healthy-human performance." Monday, May 30

Ulrich Ansorge (Universität Bielefeld) "Intentions determine the effect of invisible, metacontrast-masked primes."  Monday, June 20

Marcel Brass (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Dep. Neurology) "The role of the posterior frontolateral cortex in cognitive control" Thursday, December 8