Dr. Charles Vella will give a brief review of what is currently known about the neuroscience of human memory. He will review the evolution and basic neurobiology of memory (anatomy, processes, types). It will cover the role of neuroplasticity, forgetting, and sleep in memory functioning. It will also include a variety of tips for better memory retention.
This lecture is part of the Unitarian Universalist annual Darwin Day celebration. There will be a luncheon starting at 12:30 for $20. The lecture is free and does not require purchase of the luncheon. We’ll be in the Thomas Starr King room. Everyone is welcome.
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Cost:Free. $20 for luncheon
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