Never Too Late - November 2022

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A Talk: Healthy Brain Aging Dementia Capable Southern Arizona in partnership with the Department of Psychology at UArizona

The brain changes as we age. Learn about modifiable lifestyle factors that can promote brain health and wellbeing later in life. Dr. Paul Hill is a research scientist in the Human Spatial Cognition Laboratory located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona. His research is dedicated to understanding how changes in the aging brain affect specific cognitive abilities, behaviors, and well-being.

Did You Know? Dr. Paul Hill with the Human Spatial Cognition lab at The University of Arizona is looking for volunteers to participate in a study. The Human Spatial Cognition Laboratory is currently recruiting healthy young (18-35 years) and older (65-80 years) adults to participate in a study using virtual reality to study spatial navigation and memory. The study uses immersive virtual reality techniques to test your ability to remember the locations of hidden objects in a virtual environment. Time Commitment & Compensation: The study will take approximately 4-5 hours. You will be reimbursed $18/hour for your time. Contact: For additional information or to sign up, please email. In the subject line, please specify "Immersive VR Study". You may send to the lab directly: or Dr. Paul Hill:


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