Robert Sapolsky November 20, 2002

Writes Robert Sapolsky, “We live well enough to have the luxury to get ourselves sick with purely social, psychological stress.” He’s come to this observation—and others just as intriguing—over a lifetime devoted to studying neurology in the lab and observing baboons in East Africa’s Serengeti. The University Lectures is proud to present Robert Sapolsky—considered one of today’s best scientist-writers and well known for his lively, witty and engaging presentations. Hear him in person as he explores the links between society and stress and the impact stress has on our well-being.