APU Hosts Lecture on the Brain and the Soul

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Warren Brown, Ph.D., is director of the Travis Research Institute and professor of psychology in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. His work integrates the field of neuroscience research with Christian faith. He has written more than 75 articles that appear in peer-reviewed journals, 15 scholarly books, and his work is featured in 150 scientific presentations. Brown is co-author of Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will and Neuroscience, Psychology. and Religion: Illusions, Delusions, and Realities of Human Nature.

Brown will present his lecture “The Knotty Implications of Neuroscience: Brain, Mind, Self, and Soul,” which focuses on the brain’s relation to the human soul.

Brown’s lecture is part of Azusa Pacific University ‘s first celebration of Brain Awareness Week (BAW). BAW is a global initiative aimed at advancing public awareness of the brain and neuroscience research. APU is hosting a series of three lectures by noted neuroscientists, all geared toward non-scientific audiences. Each lecture includes a question-and-answer session with the speaker.

Fri., March 16, 2012
4:30 p.m.

Darling Library Rotunda
West Campus
701 E. Foothill Ave.
Azusa, CA 91702

Rachel White
Associate Director of Public Relations
(626) 815-4502 | rewhite@apu.edu