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Over the past half-century, many myths about the aging brain have been shattered. Researchers have moved away from viewing the brain as an organ of passive deterioration and are realizing that it is capable of remarkable adaptation. Renowned neuroscientist Carol Barnes (University of Arizona) will discuss how memory and the brain change during normal aging, and some of the current thinking about how to optimize brain and mental functions throughout life.