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Our Aging Brains (SC 214)

SC 214                                   OUR AGING BRAINS

 

Click here to view the presentation: Our Aging Brains SC 214

In 2013, Dr. Tonia Vojtkofsky presented a class about how to help preserve our cognition through learning and brain exercises. This semester we will delve into the neurology of our brains as we age. What is driving the changes many of us experience since we were much younger? Comprehensive research and testing at UCI has been generating significant insights into the neurological differences and processes taking place as we age, especially with our memory functions. Bring your thinking caps and be prepared for a trip to some of the brain’s interior secrets.

Presenter: Craig Stark, Ph.D., UCI Professor of Cognitive Psychology; Director, Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

Developers:  Phil Friedel and Ed Garr

Date/Time:

Monday, May 9   10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon

Location:      Woodbridge Onken classroom.

Facilitators: 

Yves Newmen            949-280-2624   newmen@earthlink.net

Iris Timmons 949-333-2143    icwt@mac.com

 

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