The Joy of False Memory
August 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| £10
Dr Katy Bellamy completed her MSc and Phd at The University of Edinburgh studying the cognitive neuroscience of false memory. She currently works as a professional public speaker talking on neuroscience topics, and as a private sleep consultant.
“The Joy of False Memory”
This talk explains how the phenomenon of false memory helped scientists understand how true memory works in the brain. It’s a phenomenon we all produce all of the time. In fact without false memory you can’t produce true memories, an observation seen in people with diseases that cause dementia. Katy ends her talk with a brief exploration of how she came to study false memory. All Katy’s talks are interactive and she welcomes audience questions at the end of the talk.
on: Thursday 25th August
at: Broadway Museum & Art Gallery
time: Doors open, drinks and nibbles served from 6.15 pm
talk starts: 7pm
To book a place:
Call: 01386 859047
Spaces are limited. The talk will also be available as a Webinar.
Tickets and payment for the webinar are via Art Tickets https://broadway-museum-art-gallery.arttickets.org.uk
Webinar tickets £5
Talk kindly sponsored by NFU Mutual (Moreton-in-Marsh)