Do you have a ‘memory’ of something that actually didn’t happen? Something impossible, that you couldn’t have experienced, yet feels like a real memory?! Ever wondered why?!
The Forensic Psychology Unit at Goldsmiths University brings together four world-leading experts, including Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Loftus, to discuss the fascinating phenomenon of false memories: What are they? What are the implications of developing a false memory? Is it ethical to implant false memories to help people live a better life?
Join Elizabeth Loftus, Chris French, Rob Nash, and Kim Wade as they address these questions and many more, as well as taking questions from the audience.
Venue – Lecture theatre LG02, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths University of London, New Cross.
Date – Friday, November 18th
Time – 7.00pm – 9.00pm
General Admission Price: £5 (excl. booking fee)
Once tickets have been confirmed we’ll be in touch with information about how to find us, and an invitation to submit your question/s.
The Forensic Psychology Unit is an international hub for research, teaching, and consultancy on the relationship between psychological science and the criminal justice system http://www.gold.ac.uk/forensic-psychology-unit/