Baroness Susan Greenfield's Seminar at Science World 2011No one has a brain like yours! Why is your brain so special?" Watch this video of prominent neurologist Baroness Susan Greenfield to find out. Baroness Susan Greenfield lectured about her research when she visited Science World 2011. Here she discusses her current hypothesis on how modern technology impacts the brain. In particular she argues that our growing use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and You Tube as well as video games, is changing our brains.
Five News | Susan Greenfield discusses the impact of social networking on the mind.Susan discusses her thoughts on how social networking could be fundamentally changing the way our children think, feel, empathise and act towards others.
The Guardian: Susan Greenfield discusses 'Mind Change'Baroness Susan Greenfield discusses the concept of 'Mind Change' and how she believes that 21st Century screen technologies could be having a profound effect on the human brain.
iq2 IF Conference 2011 | Pre-event InterviewSusan Greenfield talks about Internet addiction and how it may be causing atrophy in the brain.
Susan Greenfield comments on the Global Risk Register (GRR)Baroness Susan Greenfield comments on the Global Risk Register (GRR), a new initiative of charity Science for Humanity. The GRR is an international community of organizations and individuals collaborating to manage information on global risk for the benefit of humanity.
The Neuroscience of ConsciousnessSpecialising in the physiology of the brain, Susan researches the impact of 21st century technologies on the mind, how the brain generates consciousness and novel approaches to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
WKC Baroness Susan Greenfield - Who Killed Creativity?Susan believes "growing up" - kills creativity. As we finally learn to apply meaning and relevance to an event (Exploring Different Paths) that takes place in adulthood, we are in danger of losing our ability to: challenge dogma (Cultivate Curiosity) and: bring together unprecedented elements (Reconstructing Common Concepts) that we developed as children.
Susan is available as a special guest presenter to compliment any of the keynotes, workshops & seminars connected to the book "Who Killed Creativity? and how can we get it back"(Wiley 2012) by Andrew Grant, Gaia Grant. more info at http://www.whokilledcreativity.com/