Talk by Michael Dabney

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Talk by Michael Dabney

Talk by Diamond

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Professor Diamond talks about the importance of play in a child's development of executive functions such as inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility, as can be seen through a program called "Tools of the Mind," based on the theories of psychologists Lev Vygotski and Alexander Luria.

Talk by Barbara Edwards

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Talk by Barbara Edwards

Talk by Nancy Farnan

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Talk by Nancy Farnan

Panel Discussion: Children

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Panel Discussion: Children

Talk by Kurt Fischer Kurt Fischer

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Talk by Kurt Fischer Kurt Fischer

Talk by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang

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Talk by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang

Talk by Hal Pashler

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Hal Pashler talks about the correlation between the time periods elapsed between review of information (study gaps) and the time frame for retaining that information, as well as the implications of this study in education.

Talk by Javier Movellan

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Talk by Javier Movellan

Talk by Paula Tallal

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Talk by Paula Tallal