Sleep, Body Rhythms and Psychology: Studies of Genes, Brains and Behaviour
University of Surrey/British Science Association
Lecture Theatre L, Lecture Theatre Building, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH, UK
8 September 2009 4pm-6pm
A discussion of the role of genes, brains and behaviour in sleep, body rhythms and psychology.
Topics addressed at this event will include:
Secrets of sleep;
sleep as the key to language learning;
acute insomnia in the 24/7 society - an integrative approach to assessment, diagnosis and treatment;
early to bed, early to rise, or not - it’s all in your genes.
The attendance fee is £5, or alternatively is covered by a British Science Festival weekly pass that costs £100. To register, use this online form or contact Kate Sinclair at Body Rhythms and Psychology - Studies of Genes or on +44 (0)20 7019 4947. Further details of the weekly pass option are available here.