Why do men remember less than women? | Azriel Grysman | TEDxHamiltonCollege





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Published on Nov 9, 2015

Professor Azriel Grysman, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at Hamilton College, discusses his research on how men and women reveal emotions and feelings differently. The core message of this talk is that consciousness is ill-defined, and that our notions of concepts like memory and gender are in fact based in real experience and in brain activity. Recognizing that fact can open us up to new ways of thinking about diversity, gender, and memory.

Azi Grysman is a visiting assistant professor of psychology at Hamilton College. He received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in Cognitive Psychology, with training in cognitive development. Azi researches autobiographical memory, which concerns memories relevant self and identity, such as memories of pivotal life events and the life story. He is in his third year teaching at Hamilton College, and gives courses on topics such as Human Memory and Cognition and Consciousness. Azi lives in Clinton with his Gavi, and his children, Miriam and Leor.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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