Dr. Arthur Shimamura: Memory & Alzheimer's Disease (Webcast)
Date: November 4, 1998
Running Time: 1:08:44
U.C. Berkeley Professor of Psychology Dr. Arthur Shimamura will discuss what we know about the effects of aging on human memory and its relation to Alzheimer's Disease. Find out how the brain stores and retrieves information, and learn new techniques that may help improve your memory.
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