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Interesting Oregon Brain Injury Conference Planned

How does the human brain process fear? 

An interesting conference has been posted on the Scientific American web site:  Neuroscientist Joseph E. LeDoux of New York University will reveal what we know about the biological underpinnings of fear and memory during a lecture hosted by the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). 

This year OHSU. is hosting seven weeks of activities in conjunction with brain injury awareness month, including talks by leading brain researchers and science writers such as Jonah Lehrer (a contributing editor for Scientific American Mind), a workshop for teachers, a brain fair and a scientific meeting.



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