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Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD

Professor of Education, Psychology and Neuroscience, Brain and Creativity Institute and Rossier School of Education; Associate Professor of Psychology, Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California; Co-Author, “Community Violence Exposure Correlates with Smaller Gray Matter Volume and Lower IQ in Urban Adolescents” (2018, Human Brain Mapping) and “Rest is not Idleness: Implications of the Brain’s Default Mode for Human Development and Education” (2012, Perspectives on Psychological Science)

Events

Keynote Address III: The Default Network: How Social-Emotional Imagination Facilitates Deep Learning and Creativity

Keynote Address III: The Default Network: How Social-Emotional Imagination Facilitates Deep Learning and Creativity