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Forum Network offers a wealth of audio and video files of speeches on various topics. Listen to a lecture titled “Selective Attention: Neuroscience and the Art Museum” by Barbara Stafford, professor of art history, University of Chicago. http://forum-network.org/lecture/selective-attention-neuroscience-and-art-museum
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