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Press Registration is Open for CNS 2016 in NYC Press Registration is Open for CNS 2016 in NYC
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CNS 2016 | Keynote Address

Saturday, April 2, 2016 - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Phelps “Race and the brain: Insights from the neural systems of emotion and decisions” - Elizabeth A. Phelps, PhD, Julius Silver Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University, Nathan Kline Institute