Science on the Rock with Dr. Carole Peterson
Monday, Dec. 11, 7-8 p.m.
Quidi Vidi Brewery
How early is your earliest memory? You’re probably wrong.
“A robust belief is that people are unable to remember their early life, the period prior to beginning school – except perhaps one or two memories from when they were around 3 or 4 years old. However, alternative ways of investigating this show that most people can probably remember a lot more, and often from when they were only age 2. In this talk I will describe these methods and explain why I think your memory is probably better than you think.”
Presented by Science on the Rock, Faculty of Science