The keynotes by John Gabrieli focus heavily on brain development and cognitive sciences. As a professor at Harvard, Gabrieli has the opportunity to practice what he talks about regularly. He is interested in studying how experience alters functional brain organization. This topic weighs heavily in his keynotes and speeches.
The keynotes by John Gabrieli explain how the brain organizes data that is consistent across individuals, and those that vary across people due to age, personality, and other dimensions of individuality. Brain behavior relations can be studied over the course of an entire life span, from children through the elderly. Gabrieli teaches how disadvantageous variations in brain structure and function underlie diseases and disorders and developmental disorders.