UC Irvine Neuropolitics Symposium

Virtual Event

Cognitive Decline and Political Leadership Join the UCI Center for Neuropolitics in a virtual symposium to discuss cognitive decline among politicians. Cognitive deterioration of politicians (including diminished memory, impaired decision- making, mood alterations, and dementia) is a critical emerging issue. This Symposium will address the current state and future directions of assessment of cognitive function and decline…

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The Havana Syndrome: A Disorder of Neuropolitics?

Virtual Event

In one of the most extraordinary cases in the history of science, the mating calls of insects were mistaken for a “sonic weapon” that led to a major diplomatic row. The lecture will trace the origins of the syndrome, the response of the U.S. government, the results of scientific investigations and opinions, the evolution of…

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Conspiracy Thinking in American Politics

Virtual via Zoom CA

This Symposium will include the Annual Jerrold Post Lecture on Neuropolitics, given by Keynote Speaker George Marcus. Psychiatrist Jerrold Post, MD (1934-2020), who was Professor of Political Science at George Washington University, was a founder of the field of political psychology and author of many influential books on the psychology of political leadership.

Presidential Leadership and Disability

Zoom Webinar

The age of presidential candidates has become a salient concern, but age is not the only physical factor that should concern citizens. Presidents can also suffer various forms of illness, both physical and psychological. This talk highlights the nature of these concerns and how we might work to mitigate their impact on political outcomes. Free…

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Darren Schreiber, PhD

Zoom Webinar

Join the UCI Center for Neuropolitics for their lecture with Darren Schreiber, PhD, JD, Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Exeterin. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner in 2024? How Partisan Identity Politics is Taking Over America The past twenty years have demonstrated the role of biology in our political predispositions, with evidence from…

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