ADHD: Brain Function & Educational Interventions

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 -
4:30pm to 6:00pm
Princeton Neuroscience Institute A32

The human brain is perhaps the greatest remaining mystery in the biological sciences, and despite decades (centuries, even) of research, we are only scratching the surface.  Dr. Sabine Kastner’s Neuroscience of Attention & Perception Laboratory (NAPL) at Princeton University, has recently started an exciting line of research on children’s developing brains.

Dr. Kastner will share what is known about ADHD, with specific tips for teachers and educators.  And we’ll hear about her ground-breaking work including children in the scientific process with Frontiers for Young Minds.

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