A Critical Moment
Sex/Gender Research at the Intersection of Culture, Brain, & Behavior
23–24 (Fri–Sat) October 2015
This conference occurs at a critical juncture in sex/gender research in neuroscience, anthropology, psychology, and related disciplines. New theories are utilizing a conception of the brain as dynamic, plastic, and adaptable, and of sex/gender brain and behavioral differences as subject to the influence of a broad range of biological, cultural, and social or environmental factors.
In organizing this conference, our aim is to bring the neuro- and social sciences together to consider three cross-cutting questions on sex/gender: why now? what’s fixed/changing/changeable? what’s at stake?
The proposed conference is the sixth in a series of meetings hosted by the Foundation for Psychocultural Research (FPR) at UCLA. Our mission is to support and advance interdisciplinary and integrative research and training on interactions of culture, neuroscience, psychiatry, and psychology, with an emphasis on cultural processes as central. Our primary objective is to help articulate and support the creation of transformative paradigms that address issues of fundamental clinical and social concern.
- Negotiating between disciplines in trans research: Interview with Riki Lane (Part 2)August 11, 2014 - 7:14 pm
- Negotiating between disciplines in trans research: Interview with Riki Lane (Part 1)August 11, 2014 - 5:57 pm
- Sex, development, and the immune system: Interview with Jaclyn Schwarz (Part 2)July 25, 2014 - 1:18 am
- Sex, development, and the immune system: Interview with Jaclyn Schwarz (Part 1)July 24, 2014 - 11:44 pm