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Dr. Daphne Bavelier keynotes show a true interest in brain science, often revealing shocking studies on cognitive sciences, memory, senses and video games.
Having graduated with a Ph.D. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT in 1992 and becoming a professor in the respective field at the University of Rochester, Dr. Daphne Bavelier's keynotes revolve around her fascination with the brain, often sharing her scientific finds regarding how the brain learns as well as its heightened senses due to certain natural or external influences such as being hearing-impaired or a frequent video game player. The professor has published over 100 articles and been interviewed by various media outlets for her scientific findings, providing shocking quantitative research and statistics to support her initial hypothesis.
Featured Keynote - Health Advantages for Gamers
Daphne Bavelier's Video Game Benefits Keynote Debunks Common Myths
Brain scientist Dr. Daphne Bavelier debunks myths and stereotypes about playing video games with quantitative results in her video games benefits keynote.
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