The Relationship Between Attention & Learning

Dr David Rabiner is a leading authority on attention and ADHD. Neuron Learning has worked with him in the past and we are very pleased to invite you to register for his upcoming webinar: The Relationship Between Attention & Learning at 12 midday, London time, Thursday, 21 January. 

His webinar is part of the free, weekly, online series “Pushing The Boundaries of Achievement Series –  the Latest Evolution of Applied Neuroscience” hosted by our partner Elite performance Solutions. These engaging webinars will include a panel discussion  and an opportunity for Q&A. 

They will feature leading neuroscientists and education specialists who will explain: 

  •  how to understand and extract the untapped potential in everyone
  • ways to recognise and develop often hidden strengths, and 
  • how to give everyone the tools to gain that competitive edge in their lives

Webinar Broadcast

Date:       Thursday, January 21

Time:      12 Midday London / 16:00 Dubai,

About the Presenter

 

 

David Rabiner, PhD
David received his PhD in clinical psychology from Duke University, USA,  in 1987 and is a Research Professor in the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke University. Currently, he is a Senior Associate Dean and Director of Academic Advising for Trinity College at Duke University. Dr. Rabiner has published over 50 peer reviewed articles on ADHD, attention problems, and children’s social development; his research in these areas has been supported by nearly $10M in federal grants. He has served as a grant reviewer for the Institute of Education Sciences and on the editorial board for the Journal of Attention Disorders. In addition to his work at Duke, Dr. Rabiner publishes an online newsletter called Attention Research Update that helps over 30,000 subscribers stay informed about important new research on ADHD. Free subscriptions are available at www.helpforadd.com

There is no charge for Registration.

The session will be recorded so you can see replays if you can’t attend live.