Exercise – the perfect preparation for learning:  how moving optimizes emotional regulation and intellectual capacity.

Lieu : École Internationale de Genève

Intervenant : Ratey John

Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Research Synthesizer, Speaker, and Author, as well a Clinical Psychiatrist maintaining a private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has lectured and published 60 peer reviewed articles on the topics of Aggression, Autism, ADHD, and other issues in neuropsychiatry. Dr. Ratey has authored A User¹s Guide to the Brain (2000) and co-authored  Shadow Syndromes(1997) with Catherine Johnson, PhD.    From 1994 to 2005  he co-authored Driven to Distraction (1994), Answers to Distraction  (1995) and Delivered from Distraction (2005) with Edward Hallowell, MD, all published by Pantheon/Random House.   Additionally, he has edited several books including The Neuropsychiatry of Personality Disorders (1994), published by Blackwell Scientific.

Langue : en

Pr. John Ratey Exercise – the perfect preparation for learning:  how moving optimizes emotional regulation and intellectual capacity. Spark is a groundbreaking exploration of the connection between exercise and the brain’s performance that shows how even moderate exercise will supercharge mental circuits to beat stress, sharpen thinking, enhance memory, and much more.