Daniel Levitin, neuroscientist and author

March 03, 2011 @ 6:00 PM
BankUnited Center's Multi-Purpose Room/Fieldhouse

6pm - 8pm

Lecture: Daniel Levitin, neuroscientist, Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Distinguished Visitor 2011
FREE ADMISSION
For more information, please call 305-284-4940.

The Stamps Family Distinguished Visitors Series presents a lecture by neuroscientist Daniel Levitin, the best-selling author of This is Your Brain on Music and The World in Six Songs

About Daniel Levitin

Daniel Levitin earned his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon, researching complex auditory patterns and pattern processing in expert and non-expert populations. He completed postdoctoral training at Stanford University Medical School in neuroimaging and at UC Berkeley in cognitive psychology. He has consulted on audio sound source separation for the U.S. Navy, and on audio quality for several record labels and rock bands including the Grateful Dead and Steely Dan. Levitin worked for two years at the Silicon Valley think tank Interval Research Corporation and has taught at Stanford University in the Department of Computer Science, the Program in Human-Computer Interaction, and the Departments of Psychology, Anthropology, Computer Music and History of Science. Presently he is associate professor of psychology, behavioral neuroscience and music at McGill University.  He is the author of This is Your Brain on Music (Dutton/Penguin, 2006) which is published in 11 languages and which spent more than one year on the New York Times Bestseller list.  His newest book, The World in Six Songs (Dutton/Penguin, 2008), hit the bestseller list in its first week of release.

Photo Credit: Arsenio Corôa

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