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Building Meaning Builds Teens’ Brains: Adolescents’ Narratives Predict Their Neural Development and Young Adult Wellbeing - Virtual Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture

Building Meaning Builds Teens’ Brains: Adolescents’ Narratives Predict Their Neural Development and Young Adult Wellbeing

The Center for BrainHealth invites scientists to share their scientific study with students and other researchers at the BrainHealth Frontiers Lunch Lectures. The lectures are heavily science-focused and are not intended for a lay audience.

Friday, 10/1/2021 at noon

Registration is free. Register now. You will be emailed a link to join the virtual event.

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD
University of Southern California

Dr. Immordino-Yang studies the psychological and neurobiological bases of social emotion, self-awareness and culture and their implications for learning, development and schools. She is a Professor of Education at the USC Rossier School of Education. 

Friday, October 1 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

Persons with disabilities may submit a request for accommodations to participate in this event at UT Dallas' ADA website. You may also call (972) 883-5331 for assistance or send an email to ADACoordinator@utdallas.edu. All requests should be received no later than 2 business days prior to the event.

Event Type

Lectures & Workshops

Target Audience

Undergraduate Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Prospective Students, Graduate Students

Topic

Science & Technology, Research

Tags

social, culture, Neurobiology, Emotion

Department
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Center for BrainHealth
Contact Information
Center for BrainHealth
972-883-3007
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