Addicted to Technology: Effects of I-Tech on the Brain Webinar
The new era of 24-hour connectivity can be overwhelming. Is it also dangerous?
In an upcoming 2-part series, Dr. Mari Swingle will explore the effects of “I-Technology” on the brains and behaviors of children and adults. Dr. Swingle’s presentation on internet addiction at the BFE Annual Meeting in Rome was so well received we invited her to give a similar presentation online. We hope you’ll join us as Dr. Swingle discusses this important and timely topic.
This two-event webinar series, presented by Mari K. Swingle, Ph.D., examines the negative effects of digital technologies on the brains and behaviors of adults and children. The first webinar in the series focuses on adults and sets up the second webinar focusing on children and the behavioral shift our society is and will experience. These presentations will help clinicians better understand how such i-Tech addictions may be contributing to the patient’s presenting condition. This series is suitable for a wide range of clinicians, whether novice or advanced neurofeedback practitioners. Read below for the full webinar descriptions.
The schedule of webinar series is as follows:
• i-Tech on the Brain: Adults – July 16th, 2015, from 3:00 – 4:00pm eastern time (Canada/US)
• i-Tech on the Brain: Children – July 23rd, 2015, 3:00 – 4:00pm eastern time (Canada/US)
Please note that the time of day for the corresponds to 9:00 – 10:00pm time (France/Germany/Italy) and 12:00 – 1:00pm pacific time (Canada/US).
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