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The Greg Walton speeches focus on how psychological processes have adverse effects on social problems; and also explains how this can be rectified with wise interventions. Walton is the Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stanford University.
Walton achieved a Bachelor's Degree from Standford University in the field of Philosophy, and completed his PhD in Pschology from Yale University. Upon graduation, he worked in the Office of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Waterloo.
Walton writes publications that are reflective of his research, such as the 'Membership in a minimal group increases motivation and learning in young children,' and 'Mere belonging: The power of social connections,' from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
The Greg Walton keynotes provide insightful information that can be applied on a personal or corporate level.
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Stanford psychologist Gregory Walton provides tips to help improve student and workplace environments in this psychological intervention keynote. Through what Walton calls an “attribution... Read More