Flexible Thinking 

When:
Sunday 17 February  2013,  2pm–3.30pm
Where:
Signs of a Nation, Level 4
Cost:
Free entry
Type:
 

As we grow older, we tend to develop rigid thinking patterns, leading us to become ‘set in our ways’. Successful decision-making, however, depends on the ability to think fluidly. In this seminar, The Brain Clinic's Pascal Saker discusses the origin of these thinking styles and explores how to apply them effectively in different situations.

Pascal Saker MSc MSc MA

Pascal Saker has an MA in Philosophy from University College Cork, an MSc in Cognitive Neuropsychology from Birkbeck University, and an MSc in Mental Health from King’s College London.

Pascal returned to New Zealand in early 2011 to establish The Brain Clinic, a one-stop shop for the practical application of brain research to improve the quality of people’s personal and professional lives.

The clinic also plays an active role in current neuro-imaging research through Pascal’s affiliation with the Florey Institute for Neurosciences in Melbourne, where he has recently been made an Honorary Fellow.

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