Mental Health

Jules Montague: Memory, Identity and Who We Become When We're No Longer Ourselves

Sat 17 Nov / Quarterhouse

From dementia and brain injury to sleep disorders, coma, and multiple personality disorder, leading neurologist and journalist Dr Jules Montague explores what remains of the person left behind when the pieces of their mind go missing. She addresses questions about how we remember, think and behave. Why do some memories endure and others fade? Why do you sometimes forget why you went into a room? And what if rather than losing memories, your mind creates false ones - are they still yours, and do they still make you, you?

With Dr Jules Montague
4.30pm
Tickets: £8/Friends & concessions £7

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