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Dr. Eric Turkheimer talk on 10/4/18 :“Individual and Group Differences in Behavior: Genetics, Psychology and Philosophy” ,12-1:30pm EMU Lease Crutcher Lewis Room

Eric Turkheimer, the Hugh Scott Hamilton Professor of Psychology at University of Virginia, will visit campus at the invitation of an interdisciplinary group led by Nicolae Morar (ENVS & PHIL), Leslie Leve (Education), Brendan Bohannan (ENVS & IE2), and William Cresko (IE2). This research team is interested in exploring how the questions of the
self, human agency, and human behavior are constructively informed by the natural sciences (e.g. genetics), the social sciences (e.g. psychology) and the humanities (e.g. philosophy).

Turkeimer will give a talk: “INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP DIFFERENCES IN BEHAVIOR: GENETICS, PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY” on THURSDAY, OCTOBER
4TH, from 12–1:30 PM in the LEASE CRUTCHER LEWIS ROOM IN THE EMU. A light lunch will be served.

For more information contact Nicolae Morar, nmorar@uoregon.edu