PROBING THE ETERNAL SUNSHINE: Memories & Fears
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24 March 2018 SLQ Auditorium

Venue

SLQ Auditorium

Location

Stanley Place, South Brisbane, QLD, 4101, Australia

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Adult: $30 Concession: $25 Student: $10
Lynne Malcolm
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Lynne Malcolm

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Lynne Malcolm

Lynne Malcolm is the producer & presenter of the popular weekly ABC radio program and podcast - All in the Mind, a role she has held for 6 years in...

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Muireann Irish
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Muireann Irish

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Muireann Irish

Muireann Irish is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and Associate Professor of Psychology at the Brain & Mind Centre, University of Sydney.

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Pankaj Sah
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Pankaj Sah

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Pankaj Sah

Professor Pankaj Sah is Director of the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) at The University of Queensland (UQ). He is renowned for his work in understanding the neural circuitry of the...

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Kim Felmingham
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Kim Felmingham

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Kim Felmingham

Kim Felmingham is Chair of Clinical Psychology at the School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne. She is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, who specialises in the field of Posttraumatic...

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Summary

Tap into the deep recesses of the mind

Throughout our lives we accumulate a treasure chest of memories along with a Pandora’s Box of fears, although exactly how these gems are formed and processed, and why, remains somewhat of a mystery. For something considered an early adaptation for mammalian survival, why are memories and fear so entangled with human consciousness and mental health?

Join our fearless panel to delve into human minds and the wealth of new research that could one day help clinicians to modify memories and fears for patients with PTSD or Schizophrenia, or support their retrieval in patients with Alzheimer’s or brain injuries.

PROBING THE ETERNAL SUNSHINE: Memories & Fears is presented in conjunction with The University of Queensland.

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