AMNH Presents Sackler Brain Course: A Natural History of the Senses

Our experiences are shaped by the ways we sense our environment. How do we see, hear, smell, and feel the natural world? In this five-part course, we examine the science of sensory experience across the Tree of Life. Hear from neuroscientists and field biologists how sensory systems in humans and other animals are tuned to detect a diverse array of stimuli that guide behavior.











When: Mon., November 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
212-769-5100
Price: $295; $240 Members
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Our experiences are shaped by the ways we sense our environment. How do we see, hear, smell, and feel the natural world? In this five-part course, we examine the science of sensory experience across the Tree of Life. Hear from neuroscientists and field biologists how sensory systems in humans and other animals are tuned to detect a diverse array of stimuli that guide behavior.

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