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Uploaded on Nov 29, 2011
As part of the collaborative MEMORY AND THE WORK OF ART project, Nobel Prize winning neuroscientist Eric Kandel explored Vienna 1900, where leaders in art, medicine, and science began a revolution that changed how we think about the human mind and how mind and brain relate to art. Introduced by James Steward, Director of the Princeton University Art Museum. November 10, 2011. McCosh Hall, Princeton University. Co-Sponsored by the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, the Princeton Departments of Psychology and Molecular Biology, and Allen R. Adler, Class of 1967.