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BHA: Tricks of the Mind - Centre for Inquiry UK conference

Presented by the British Humanist Association, the Centre for Inquiry

UK, and Conway Hall. Organised and introduced by Dr Stephen Law.

Time and Date: 10.30am registration (for 11am start). Ends 4pm,

Saturday 30 March 2013

Location: Conway Hall (main hall)

25 Red Lion Square

Holborn

WC1R

4RL London (nearest tube Holborn)

Tickets: BHA members and students £5.00 | General tickets £10.00 |
Friends of CFI Free

Tickets are now available for Tricks of the Mind, an intriguing look into the workings and tricks of the human mind.

Come and hear some of the world’s leading experts explain how our minds can distort and deceive, including how they often play a role in generating a wide range of paranormal experiences. Discussion will include magic, time distortion, hypnotism and past-life regression.

Dr Stephen Law will be joined by cognitive experts Daniela Rudloff, Claudia Hammond, Martin S Taylor and Robert Teszka.

Commenting on the event, the BHA Head of Education said: ‘Tricks of the Mind promises to be a fascinating analysis by our speakers on the power of the human mind and the strange worlds it can create’.

Notes

Time and Date: 10.30am registration (for 11am start). Ends 4pm,
Saturday 30 March 2013
Location: Conway Hall (main hall), 25 Red Lion Square, Holborn, WC1R
4RL London (nearest tube Holborn)
Tickets: BHA members and students £5.00 | General tickets £10.00 |
Friends of CFI Free

For further comment, detail or information, contact the British Humanist Association on 020 7079 3580 or by email at info@humanism.org.uk.
Further information about the event can be found on the BHA website.
Tickets for the event can be purchased here.

The British Humanist Association is the national charity working onbehalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity. It promotes a secular state and equal treatment in law and policy of everyone, regardless of religion or belief.

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