Who am I? What is a self when the memes take over?
  • The Treasury, Catherine Street, Royal Parade, Plymouth PL1 2AD

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The next Psychology in the Pub talk is organised by the British Psychological Society (South West branch) and will be given by Sue Blackmore.

The event is free and open to all - no registration is required. Please email MemberNetworkServices@bps.org.uk or phone during office hours on +44 (0)116 252 9515 quoting 'BPS SW - Memes - 24 Oct 19' for any queries regarding this event.

Programme

  • 18:30 - Arrival
  • 19:00-19:45 - Talk
  • 19:45-20:00 - Questions
  • 20:00-20:30 - Socialise

Speaker biography

Sue Blackmore is a psychologist, lecturer and writer researching consciousness, memes, and anomalous experiences, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Plymouth. She is a TED lecturer, blogs for the Guardian, and often appears on radio and television. The Meme Machine (1999) has been translated into 16 other languages; more recent books include Conversations on Consciousness (2005), Zen and the Art of Consciousness (2011), Seeing Myself: The new science of out-of-body experiences (2017) and a textbook Consciousness: An Introduction (3rd Ed 2018).


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