Kelly Lambert [ 3 FEB 2020 | Reinventing Education | 19:41 ] Like most of you, we don’t get a lot of downtimes, but when I get some downtime, I really love to read a mystery. It seems that our
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young [ 21 APR 2016 | Neuroplasticity | 1:08:32 ] My life and my work has been an exploration of the territory of the human brain, how it makes us uniquely who we are. Because when we think about
Sandrine Thuret [ 30 OCT 2015 | Neuroscience | 11:05 ] Can we, as adults, grow new neurons? There’s still some confusion about that question, as this is a fairly new field of research. For example, I was talking to
Dr. Rick Hanson [ 25 OCT 2015 | Neuroplasticity | 1:15:20 ] Author of New York Times bestseller Hardwiring Happiness, speaks on Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection. How does the mind change the brain to change the mind?
Barbara Arrowsmith Young [ 25 AUG 2015 | Neuroplasticity | 1:16:35 ] 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’ Barbara Arrowsmith-Young
Sal Khan [ 14 AUG 2014 | Neuroscience | 4:11] We know that our brain is what makes us us. It’s what does all of our thinking. It’s what processes all of the sensory input from the outside world and
Dr. John Campbell [ 23 DEC 2013 | Neuro Anatomy ] Basically the brain is in three areas. The brain stem, the cerebellum and the cerebrum. The brain stem controls autonomic functions such as blood pressure, cardiac activity and respiration.
Rick Hanson [ 7 NOV 2013 | Neuroscience | 13:46 ] What I want to do here if I could is share with you a very simple yet powerful method grounded in neuroscience for turning passing experiences into lasting
Barbara Arrowsmith Young [ 13 APR 2013 | Neuroplasticity | 13:57 ] I want to share a little secret, which I hope will not be a secret by the end of the talk. I am truly, madly, deeply passionate about