IFCH Pantheon Receives Lecture on Neuroscience
What is the purpose of teaching? What is learning? How do you learn something new? Where are our memories located? Questions like these can be answered in the lecture “How does the brain learn? Interface between Cognitive Neuropsychology and Education ”with the French psychologist Veiga Liedtke (UFRGS), on September 6th, at 7 pm, at the IFCH Pantheon.
The lecture promoted by PIBID-UFRGS / Philosophy and Philosophy Department of UFRGS will also address the cognitive processes involved in the selection, maintenance, manipulation, retrieval, storage and expression of verbal and visual information. The French psychologist Veiga Liedtke is a researcher and has 10 years of experience in the Assessment and Treatment of Learning Disabilities and Disorders. He is also Technical Responsible at SEMEAR Psychology and Neuroscience and Affiliate Member of Science for Education.
The talk is free and open to the entire academic community.