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By Daniel J. Hilhorst
Christopher D. Frith, Professor Emeritus of Neuropsychology at University College London discusses observational learning in humans and animals Thursday afternoon. His presentation on how culture affects the brain is the final installment of the Mind, Brain and Behavior Department's Distinguished Lecture Series for Spring 2013. Daniel J. Hilhorst.
Christopher D. Frith, Professor Emeritus of Neuropsychology at University College London discusses observational learning in humans and animals Thursday afternoon. His presentation on how culture affects the brain is the final installment of the Mind, Brain and Behavior Department's Distinguished Lecture Series for Spring 2013. Daniel J. Hilhorst.

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