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Thursday, January 26 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Dr Paul Howard-Jones, Neuroscientist & Senior Lecturer, Bristol University

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What is the Internet doing to our brains?

Dr Paul Howard-Jones, a leading expert on the role of neuroscience in educational practice and policy with a particular interest in how gaming engages the brain and the application of this knowledge in education. Paul will discuss the findings of his recent research that was supported by the Nominet Trust to review the potential effects of the internet on the brain.

 


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Dr Paul Howard-Jones

Dr Paul Howard-Jones is a leading expert on the role of neuroscience in educational practice and policy and publishes in all associated areas. He has a particular interest in how gaming engages the brain and the application of this knowledge in education. He was recently asked to review the potential effects of the internet on the brain, and delivered his findings at the 2011 Nominet Trust Annual Lecture at the UK’s Royal Society for Arts.


Thursday January 26, 2012 10:30am - 11:00am
The LWF Theatre National Hall Gallery, Olympia

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