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Past Fellows and Previous Topics


The Summer Institute in 2012 will be the 24th annual Summer Institute. Here, you may access lists of our distinguished Fellows from recent years. You may also browse the topics of all previous Summer Institutes; you can click on some of the years for additional information.


Past Fellows of the Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience:

2006 SICN Fellows (Dartmouth College - Hanover, NH).
2007 SICN Fellows (UCSB - Santa Barbara, CA).
2008 SICN Fellows (Resort at Squaw Creek - Tahoe, CA).
2009 SICN Fellows (UCSB - Santa Barbara, CA).
2010: No Summer Institute held.
2011 SICN Fellows (UCSB - Santa Barbara, CA).
2012 SICN Fellows (UCSB - Santa Barbara, CA).

2013 SICN Fellows (Tahoe, CA).

 

Topics of Previous Summer Institutes:

1988: Memory and Vision.  Course Directors: Stephen Kosslyn, Michael Posner, and Gordon Shepard.
1989: Vision and Memory.  Course Directors: Ira Black and Steven Hillyard.
1990: Perception and Language.  Course Directors: George A. Miller and Ralph Linkser.
1991: Attention and Emotion.  Course Directors: Michael Posner and Joseph Ledoux.
1992: Sensorimotor and Development.  Course Directors: Leo Chalupa and Emilio Bizzi.
1993: Molecular and Cellular Plasticity, Neural and Psychological Development, Sensory Systems, Perception, Strategies and Planning, Attention, Memory, Language, Thought and Imagery, Emotion, Evolutionary Perspectives, and Consciousness.  Course Director: Michael Gazzaniga. *This session resulted in the publication of the first edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences.*
1994: Brain, Plasticity, and Evolution.  Course Directors: Michael Merzenich, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby.
1995: How Information About the Brain Affects Issues in Cognitive Neuroscience and How Approaches in Cognitive Science Apply to Neuroscience Research.  Course Directors: Michael Posner and Ken Britten.
1996: Memory and Frontal Lobe.  Course Directors: Robert Knight and Daniel Schacter.
1997: From Neuron to Neuroimage.  Course Directors: Gregory McCarthy and George R. Mangun.
1998: Molecular and Cellular Plasticity, Neural and Psychological Development, Sensory Systems, Perception, Strategies and Planning, Attention, Memory, Language, Thought and Imagery, Emotion, Evolutionary Perspectives, and Consciousness.  Course Director: Michael Gazzaniga. *This session resulted in the publication of the second edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences.*
1999: How Information About the Brain Affects Issues in Cognitive Neuroscience.  Course Directors: Charles Gilbert and Richard Ivry.
2000: Brain Development and Self Regulation.  Course Directors: Michael Posner and Robert Knight.
2001: Cognition, Reward, and Learning.  Course Directors: Mark D’Esposito and Scott Grafton.
2002: Memory, Emotion, and AgingCourse Directors: Elizabeth Phelps and Patricia Reuter-Lorenz.
2003: Evolution and Development, Plasticity, Sensory Systems, Motor Systems, Attention, Memory, Language, Higher Cognitive Functions, Emotion and Social Neuroscience, Consciousness, Perspectives and New Directions.  Course Director: Michael Gazzaniga. *This session resulted in the publication of the third edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences.*
2004: Things, Concepts, Action, and IntentionCourse Directors: Alfonso Caramazza & Giacomo Rizzolatti.
2005: Developmental and Adult Neural Placticity and Brain Development. Course Directors: Gregg Recanzone and Tim Tully.
2006: Neural Prosthetics and Conscious and Unconscious CognitionCourse Directors: Andrew Schwartz and Jason Mattingley.
2007: Perception of Self and Others, and Emotion and Decision Making. Course Directors: John Cacciopo and Gregory Ashby.
2008: Tahoe Meeting -- Evolution and Development, Plasticity, Attention, Motor Systems, Memory, Sensation and Perception, Language, Higher Cognitive Functions and Decision Making, Emotion and Social Neuroscience, Consciousness. Course Director: Michael Gazzaniga. *This session resulted in the publication of the fourth edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences (MIT Press).*
2009: Are Humans Fundamentally Different from other Animals?, and Individuality. Course Directors: Leah Krubitzer and Michael Miller.
2010: No Summer Institute held.
2011: Cognitive Control: Basic and Translational Approaches and Higher Cognition: Numerical and Relational Processing. Course Directors: Deanna Barch, Cameron Carter, and Silvia Bunge.
2012: Does Brain Plasticity Account for Everything? and The Indispensable Role of Episodic Memory in Adaptive Behavior. Course Directors: Jon H. Kaas, Ian Dobbins, and Mike Miller.

2013: Tahoe Meeting. Course Directors: George R. Mangun and Michael Gazzaniga. *This session resulted in the publication of the fifth edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences (MIT Press).*

2014: Attention and Brain Function, and Emotional Learning and Memory. Course Directors: Tirin Moore and Kevin Labar.

2015: Computational and Methodological Cognitive Neuroscience, and Cognitive Neuroscience of DevelopmentCourse Directors: Brian Wandell and Susan Bookheimer

2016: Brain Circuits in Behavior and Cognition: Course Directors Robert Knight and Josef Parvizi, and The Stressed BrainCourse Directors: Barry Giesbrecht and Maarten De Vos


2016: Computational Perspectives on Language Prediction in the Brain: Course Directors Gina Kuperberg and Florian Jaeger, and Computational Perspectives on the Brain in Psychiatric and Neurological DisordersCourse Directors: Ray Dolan and Robb Rutledge

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Our Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience is supported by NIMH, NIDA and the Kavli Foundation