Gillian Tett [ Mindset ] speaks at the London School of Economics about The Silo Effect: why putting everything in its place isn’t such a bright idea. FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Peter Rosbjerg
Barbara Arrowsmith Young [ Neurogenesis ] delivers a Masterclass at the SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, titled ‘A Personal Journey Into the World of the Brain: Shaping The Mind/Function and Plasticity’ FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Linda Paul
Matt Walker [ Sleep Engineering ] I’m here to tell you about sleep — both the good things that happen when you get it and the alarmingly bad things that happen when you don’t. But let me start with a disclaimer: It’s safe to say that, when most speakers look to their audience and see people who are falling asleep, nodding off soundly,
Carol Dweck [ 353 K Views, 3 K Likes ] In the 1990s the self esteem movement took over the world. We were told to tell everyone how fabulous, brilliant, talented, special they were all the time. This was going to motivate them and boost their achievement. Instead, as you said, it was a complete disaster. It led to the acceptance of mediocrity.
Penny Lewis [ TEDx Grand Rapids] How To Improve Your Life by Manipulating Your Sleep. For a sleep scientist, I actually don’t sleep very well. Any little chink of light in the room and I’m awake all night. My eye mask is just as important to me as my laptop. I take sleep very seriously and I’m hoping this talk will make some
Nicholas Carr [ Attention Economy ] It doesn’t come as news that we’re living in an age where technology is producing profound changes in the ways we live and communicate, remember and socialise. One of the world’s most ground-breaking and thought-provoking writers on technology and its impacts, Nicholas Carr, talks to Gideon Haigh. The celebrated journalist and author of The Shallows presents his
Russell Foster [ Sleep Engineering ] What I’d like to do today is talk about one of my favorite subjects, and that is the neuroscience of sleep. Now, there is a sound — (Alarm clock) Ah, it worked! A sound that is desperately familiar to most of us, and of course it’s the sound of the alarm clock. And what that truly ghastly,