Why do some people live lawful lives, while others gravitate toward repeated criminal behavior? Do people choose to be moral or immoral, or is morality simply a genetically inherited function of the brain? Research suggests that psychopathy as a biological condition explained by defective neural circuits that mediate empathy, but what does that mean when neuroscience is used as evidence in criminal court? Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Octavio Choi seakexperts.com/members/9045-octavio-choi
will explore how emerging neuroscience challenges long-held assumptions underlying the basis—and punishment—of criminal behavior.
NEW DATE: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
TIME: Doors at 6:00 p.m. event at 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: 3000 NE Alberta Street, Portland, Ore.
COST: $15* general admission, $8 students with ID (minors under 21 with parent/guardian only)
Buy tickets online (see link above) or at the Alberta Rose Box office
FOOD & DRINK: Full Bar, hand pies, pizza rolls, and an assortment of sweets and snacks available.
*A note on the ticket price: Science on Tap is largely supported by money collected at the door, and this theater is larger and more expensive than our regular venues. We are committed to offering educational opportunities to adults who want to learn, so if the ticket price is a hardship for you, please contact in[email protected]
for reduced-price tickets.