Due to today’s storm, this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date. Thank you for your understanding.
We are pleased to continue our sponsorship of the Plymouth State University (PSU) Lecture Series – a joint effort with PSU’s Frost School of Continuing & Professional Studies and the Taylor Community of Laconia.
Dr. Angela Kilb will present a program entitled: “How Reliable Are Our Memories?” on Friday, February 8, from 11:00 to 12:15 at the Taylor Community’s Woodside Building.
Dr. Kilb will discuss memory research done on younger and older adults that will demonstrate just how easy it is to implant a false memory and its implications on everyday life, including the impact of false memories on eyewitness testimony. Dr. Angela Kilb received her PhD in Cognition & Neuroscience from the University of Missouri, where she studied the effects of aging and divided attention on memory performance. She is an assistant professor at Plymouth State University and the director of the Lifetime Learning Laboratory.
Interested parties can call Cathy Landroche for more information at 603-366-1270.
This program, offered free of charge and open to the public, is part of a collaboration between MVSB, Taylor Community, and Plymouth State University, designed to bring educational and entertaining programs to Taylor residents and the greater Lakes Region area. Seating is limited and this promises to be a very popular topic. To reserve a seat, call the Taylor Community at (603) 524-5600.
The Frost School at Plymouth State University provides alternative access to quality higher education for the citizens of New Hampshire (particularly those in the North Country and Lakes Region) and New England. Named in honor of Robert Frost, who lived on campus and taught at Plymouth Normal School in 1911, the Frost School provides rewarding and challenging opportunities for working professionals to continue their education with courses, degrees and/or certificate programs. The school honors Frost’s values of individuality, hard work, humanitarianism and devotion to the country “North of Boston.”
The Taylor Community provides the highest quality retirement living options and elder services, in order to support the independence, health and dignity of community residents.