Neuroscientist Dr. Molly Crockett's keynotes focus on the brain's sense of morality and what internal and external factors may affect its ability to make rational decisions. After graduating with a B.S. in Psychology from the University of California in 2005, she pursued her doctorate in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Cambridge in 2011 where she is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the same field.
Having delivered over 40 keynote speeches and presentations combined on neurobiology and the effects of serotonin on the brain, Dr. Molly Crockett is considered one of the leading researchers on the science of decision-making as well as the moral and social influences of the brain. As a professor, instructor and diligent scientist, Dr. Molly Crockett's keynotes often stress the importance of remaining neutral while presenting her findings. Although studies seem to have proven one thing, they can often be argued otherwise, which is why she urges individuals to be engaging and vigilant readers, asking the difficult questions when necessary.