april, 2016

06apr4:21 am4:21 amSan Francisco State UniversityThe Institute for Holistic Health Studies, Department of Health Education San Francisco, US.Event Type :Professional

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(Wednesday) 4:21 am - 4:21 am

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i-Tech On the Brain: Exploring the Effects of Method and Medium Inherent in the Use Screen Based Devices Screens and interlinked screen based devices are everywhere, arguably now completely central to all modern life; including work and production, scholastics and research, social interaction and play. As expected, any such mass innovation brings magnificent and most welcomed change, but so too the unknown. In this free lecture, Dr. Mari Swingle, will explore some of the more subtle or ignored effects of the digital age including systematic effects of screen based devices on our arousal templates and base neurophysiology affecting our health, intelligence, creativity, development, sexuality and socialization, and thus humanity itself. “It’s not if we do or don’t use i-tech it’s ‘how’ and ‘why’ we use it” i-Minds

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