As an expert in the field of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, Kevin Dunbar's keynotes explore areas of the human psyche and turning human errors into later achievements.
Educated at University College Dublin where he received both his Bachelor's and Master's of Psychology in 1979, Dunbar went on to earn his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in Attention and Automaticity in 1985. Doing his post-doctoral work at Carnegie Mellon University, Dunbar further researched psychology until 1988 at which point he switched into the field of teaching.
As a Visiting Professor at Stanford University until 1992, Universita Vita-Salute San Raffaele until 1999, he was able to teach part-time and put in hours of research as well. As a full-blown professor, Dunbar began his Professorship at McGill University where he taught Psychology until 2001. He went on to teach at Dartmouth until 2007, and then the University of Toronto until 2011 until his current post of Professor at the University of Maryland College Park.
Kevin Dunbar's keynotes take into account his extensive psychological training and research throughout his long and well-educated career.