News | Published July 10, 2013

Tailoring memory making

What happens to our memories? How do people retrieve memories as they age? By understanding how memory systems evolve as people age, researchers gain clarity in the processes underlying age-related changes in memory performance. Learn about this research and how it applies to everyday living by attending the Healthy Aging Lecture Series: Tailoring memory making, presented by Nancy Dennis, assistant professor of psychology and director of cognitive aging and neuroimaging laboratory.

Healthy Aging Lecture Series: Tailoring memory making
Thursday, August 1
Open House* at 9:30 am, lecture at 10:30 am
Ruth Pike Auditorium, 022 Biobehavioral Health Building, Pennsylvania State University campus

*Enjoy a Healthy Continental breakfast courtesy of The Village at Penn State, visit with Center for Healthy Aging faculty and staff, and lecture series partners Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Penn State, Foxdale Village, The Village at Penn State, and Mount Nittany Medical Center, in the lobby of the Ruth Pike Auditorium.

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