Mind in Matter: Behavioural Science across NRC. A series of four seminars over the month of February 2005. The National Research Council will be presenting a series of four seminars on human-centered technologies and behavioural science. Each seminar will highlight a different research area of NRC involving the study of human subjects: • People in Buildings; • Aviation Human Factors; • Information Technology; • Neuroscience and Health. In addition, ** Bryan Kolb and John Arnett ** will speak at the final session. The seminars are addressed to researchers, students and the public at large. Attendance is free. All sessions will be webcast For more information visit: http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/newsroom/events/200502mindinmatter_e.html or contact Guylene.Proulx@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca, 613 993-9634 Sessions: • Tuesday February 1, 2005 10-12h "From Dilbert to the World Trade Centre: Improving Safety, Comfort and Health in Buildings" by Kate Charles, Guylène Proulx and Jennifer Veitch NRC CISTI Building M-55, room 253 • Tuesday February 8, 2005 10-12h "Engineering and Psychology: Complementary Disciplines for Testing Night Vision Goggles" by Sion Jennings, Greg Craig and Todd Macuda NRC Uplands U-61, room 239 Seating is limited. To reserve contact email@example.com • Tuesday February 15, 2005 10-12h ³Human-Computer Interaction Research at the Institute for Information Technology² by Janice Singer, JeanFrançois Lapointe, and Hélène Fournier NRC CISTI Building M-55, room 253 • Tuesday February 22, 2005 9-12h "Brain Plasticity and Behaviour" by Bryan Kolb, University of Lethbridge, Alberta. "From genes to cognition: Seeing the whole picture in brain repair" by Jagdeep K. Sandhu and Ryan C.N. D¹Arcy What behavioural sciences can contribute to Health" John Arnett, President Canadian Psychological Association NRC Building M-50 Auditorium "Mind in Matter" is held in conjunction with Psychology Month, an initiative of the Council of Provincial Associations of Psychology (http://www.cpa.ca/psychologymonth/).