Book Psychology Conference Place

Book Psychology Conference

DAY 1: PROFESSOR FALLON TEACHER CPD: (Adult/Professional/Staff only*)
DAY 1: CAREER WORKSHOPS (Students Only, first come, first served basis)
DAY 2: THE ASPIRE PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE

NEUROSCIENCE’S INFLUENCE ON PSYCHOLOGY, BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY CPD.

Learn the dynamic intricacies of how the brain works and impacts the academic and social field. Inspire teaching and learning in your role, with cutting edge insight from one of the world-leading neuroscientists!

PSYCHOLOGY: This CPD will allow you to enhance your understanding and delivery of research into the anatomy of the brain including areas such as personality, cognition, child attachment and psychological disorders such as schizophrenia. Discover a depth of understanding of the bio-psychology involved in our higher-level functioning. Whether you are psychologist interested in psychiatry, psychopathology or neuroanatomy, this is an expert not to miss.

BIOLOGY: This CPD will illustrate that James Fallon’s research has unparalleled reach. Professor Fallon’s laboratory was the first to find out how to mobilize adult stem cells to reverse the deficits in models of chronic stroke and Parkinson’s disease. This was recently heralded as one of the top seven breakthrough findings of the decade. His research is cutting edge in terms of understanding and considering the impact of human brain function.

SOCIOLOGY: This CPD will utilise Professor Fallon’s experience as a Subject Matter Expert to the Pentagon in the field of cognition and war. As a sociologist, if you are interested in the neuroscience on criminal behaviour, the impact on war, dictatorships and violence, this session is not to be missed. Learn how the brain functions in individuals who have had a massive impact in shaping the way our world functions

About the Facilitator: James H. Fallon, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour at the University of California, Irvine. He will be delivering CPD on the most recent developments in neuroscience and how they impact in psychology, biology and psychiatry, including the influence on research, the media, law, biological psychiatry and other areas. His research program focuses on four areas, including adult stem cells, chemical neuroanatomy and circuitry, higher brain functions, and brain imaging.

979 QR per place

DAY 1: PROFESSOR FALLON TEACHER CPD: (Adult/Professional/Staff only*)
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