A 93-year-old neuroscientist explains how memory works

At an age when some people are struggling with their own memories (and many others are just plain dead) neuroscientist Brenda Milner does an amazing job of explaining her contributions to our understanding of how memory works. Milner is one of the researchers who worked with H.M., the famous patient who lost his ability to form new memories after undergoing brain surgery.

This is a long talk — almost an hour — but it's a fascinating look at the career of a scientist who changed the way we think about the mind, told in her own words.

You can watch the full video at Vimeo


  1. Is it “COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE AT McGILL: A HISTORY – DR. BRENDA MILNER”?  Or “Inside the Psychologist’s Studio with Brenda Milner”?

    /Jeepers people, it’s the 21st century.  Don’t you know how to route around failures?

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