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Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

Lab of Adele Diamond

 

Online Videos featuring Adele Diamond

TEDx talk online
Discover new findings about the brain that are turning ideas about education and life on their head. Hear why the arts, play, and physical activity may be critical for achieving the outcomes we all want for our children
       
  Talk at Institut Guttmann Annual Scientific Congress, Barcelona, Spain (2017)

       
  Talk at the Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Working Group Conference (HCEO), Chicago (2017)

       
  Talk at the Univ. of Haifa, Israel (2017)

       
  Talk at the Boston Children’s Museum (2016)

       
  Dr. Diamondís Wish for the Field of Psychology (2015) white

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  Talk at the Simms/Mann Institute Think Tank (2015)

       
  Brief talk at California Dance Institute’s Event of the Year (2015)

     
  Talk at Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel (2015)  

     
  Talk at the Neuroplasticity and Education Conference (2015)  

       
  Talk at the FLUX Integrative Dev. Cog. Neuro. Conference (2014)

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  Talk at the Heart-Mind conference (2013)

     
  Talk at Educare Learning Network Meeting, Phoenix, AZ (2013)

       
  Interview at the Foundation
Dr Julien de Pédiatrie Sociale (2013)

       
  Talk at Seattle Childrenís Hospital (2012)  

       
  Talk at the Garrison Institute, NY (2012)  

     
  Interview by Fanny Kiefer (2012):
part 1
 

     
  Interview by Fanny Kiefer (2012):
part 2
 

       
  Talk at the Maryland State Department of Education (2012)  

     
  The Importance of Early Childhood Education (2011)  

     
  Active, Hands-on Learning is more Effective (2011)  

       
  Talk at the Education Symposium, Garrison Institue, NY (2011))
 

     
  Short Talk with the Dalai Lama (2009)
 

       
  Garrison Institute interview, NY (2008)  

Maastricht University:
Academic Year Opening Address
(2007)

     
  Day-Night task  

     
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