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Seminar: 6/22 - Alan Baddeley

3:00 to 4:30 PM      at:  Tolman 5101

Department of Psychology, York University
"What's New in Working Memory?"

Dr. Alan Baddeley is a world renown expert on memory, memory
disorders, and executive functions. His highly influential model of
working memory (with Graham Hitch) described short-term memory in
terms of executive control processes and memory "buffers." It
initiated an entire subfield in cognitive science that has had a
major impact on experimental and clinical psychology as well as
cognitive neuroscience. In his presentation, he will discuss new
ideas and empirical findings on working memory.
Please come and join us for an interesting presentation from an
extraordinary psychologist.