Dr. Clayton E. Curtis, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at New York University, is a leading expert in the neuroscience of spatial cognition, a cross-disciplinary field that explores how our thinking, from perception to action, is influenced by our internal representations of space. In this lecture, Dr. Curtis explains his theory that humans and animals alike have spatial maps in their brains that are independent of vision or motor actions, maps of value in nature.
Presenters at the conference are brilliant speakers ranging from poets, philosophers and economists, to scientists, artists and futurists. Their insights on emerging trends and cultural paradigm shifts provide actionable roadmaps to the future. Through a systems-thinking approach, speakers and attendees engage in Socratic problem solving exercises providing solutions for our complex, interconnected world. Applied Brilliance informs, inspires, confounds, provokes and transform.
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