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    Dean's Welcome

Richard W. Smith Lecture in Cultural Studies – "The Subliminal Brain: How Our Unconscious Mind Rules Our Behavior" with Dr. Leonard Mlodinow

Monday, April 29, 2013 - 7:00pm

Location:
Whitsett Room
Cost:
Free
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The mind works in mysterious ways... or does it? What if the key to deciphering the mysteries of human consciousness is hidden in the labyrinth of the unconscious mind? In his exacting new book, Leonard Mlodinow explores how the unconscious mind plays a commanding role in shaping our daily lives from work and family relationships to financial decisions. With the scientific savvy of a physicist and the deeply human wit of a screenwriter, Mlodinow is a trustworthy guide on a journey to the truth about human behavior. 

  • Parking is $6 per car at the Information Booth at Prairie Street and Darby Avenue.
  • Reception and book signing immediately following. Seating is limited.
  • Reservations are requested.
  • For more information and reservations, call 818.677.4030.