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Neuroscientist To Discuss How Memory Works
Boston University's Dr. Howard Eichenbaum To Give Talk March 7
RICHARDSON, Texas (Feb. 27, 2003) - Dr. Howard Eichenbaum, a world-renowned professor of psychology, editor of the journal Hippocampus and director of the cognitive neurobiology laboratory at Boston University, will discuss the inner workings of memory on Friday, March 7, as part of The University of Texas at Dallas' Colloquium Lecture Series presented by the School of Human Development.
Eichenbaum will give his lecture, entitled "How Memory Really Works," at 9:45 a.m. in the Green Commons area of the Cecil and Ida Green Center on the UTD campus.
Known for his work with the hippocampus - an area of the cortex hidden below the surface of the brain that has a central role in certain memory processes - Eichenbaum will relate how animal cognition research enhances the understanding of learning and memory function in humans.
All Colloquium Series lectures are free and open to the public. For additional information about Eichenbaum's lecture, please call (972) 883-2355.
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