The Claire Trevor School of the Arts presents:  
 
"Resonant Dendrites"  
A lecture/performance using text and film fragments of David LaBerge, cognitive sciences professor emeritus  
 
Wednesday, March 4, 2009  
1:00-2:20 p.m.  
Music and Media Building (Bldg. No. 726) Room 216, Realtime Experimental Audio Laboratory (REALab)  
 
David LaBerge is a senior neuropsychologist living in Tacoma, WA and is a former faculty of the Universities of California at Irvine, Minnesota, and Simon's Rock College. He has recently been publishing his findings on apical dendrite activity in cognition and consciousness. His findings define the conditions of cortical neural activity in the brain during cognitive processes, from reflex responses to the deepest levels of meditation. Anne LaBerge is a flutist/composer living in Amsterdam. She features live improvisation, interactive electronics and enigmatic storytelling as elements in her compositions.  
 
For further information, please see: http://music.arts.uci.edu/dobrian/gemseries08-09.htm#LaBerge  
 
 
David LaBerge is a senior neuropsychologist living in Tacoma, WA and is a former faculty of the Universities of California at Irvine, Minnesota, and Simon's Rock College. He has recently been publishing his findings on apical dendrite activity in cognition and consciousness. His findings define the conditions of cortical neural activity in the brain during cognitive processes, from reflex responses to the deepest levels of meditation. Anne LaBerge is a flutist/composer living in Amsterdam. She features live improvisation, interactive electronics and enigmatic storytelling as elements in her compositions.

 

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