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Join us for two guest presentations of the Ashby Dialogue on “Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Creativity, Exercise, and Injury.” The Ashby Dialogues provide opportunities for faculty and students from at least two academic departments – in this case Psychology and Kinesiology – to engage in presentations and inquiry on specific topics of interest.

Friday, February 19, 2016
Dr. Paul Laurienti (Wake Forest University)
Talk Title: “Complexity, Networks and the Human Brain”
3:30 pm; Sullivan 200

Monday, February 29, 2016
Dr. Roberto Cabeza (Duke University)
Talk Title: “Perceiving the past: Reactivation of cortical memory traces”
1:30 pm; Sullivan 201
Questions? Dr. Jeni Pathman, Dept. of Psychology


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