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When: 5:30pm Cocktails, 6pm dinner, 7pm lecture
Where: Quaker Square Grand Ballroom
Registration Information: Coming soon
Elizabeth Loftus, a psychologist and Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Irvine, will discuss her research on the fallibility of memory during a lecture titled “Life in Memory” at The University of Akron’s Quaker Square Grand Ballroom on May 18th.
With a historic gift from Drs. Nicholas A. and Dorothy M. Cummings of $3.5 million -- following an earlier $1.5 million gift -- the Center for the History of Psychology has its future secured and will be renamed the Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology.