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Plug In Your Brain is back

Psychology 16 September 2013

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Plug In Your Brain is back for another season. The Department of Psychology at the University of Westminster is proud to announce the line-up for our free season of talks about psychology.

Our 2013-2014 programme opens on Thursday 24 October, with Professors Hilary and Steven Rose taking on the bioscience industry and its claims. On Thursday 28 November, join comedian, actress, and converted neuroscientist Ruby Wax for a journey from the heights of fame to the depths of mental illness and back again.

Further speakers in 2014 include Professor David Nutt and Stephen Grosz. For further information, visit: www.westminster.ac.uk/pluginyourbrain or check our events page on Facebook.

All talks are free to attend on a first-come first-served basis, so come plug in your brain at the University of Westminster.


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