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When Brains Go Bad 

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Join us on 22 February as Dr. Mindy Otis presents "When Brains Go Bad". This light and entertaining talk will cover the basic structure of a healthy brain. Dr. Otis will talk about brain disorders and the peculiar human behaviors associated with them. 

  • The basic structure and functioning of a healthy brain
  • Some interesting brain disorders and the strange human behavior that goes with them
  • Concussion (also known as TBI)
  • How to keep your brain healthy

Being gifted with a perfectly functioning brain at birth, Mindy Otis has always been fascinated by this amazing organ, the brain.  How does it do all the things it does and lead to a wide range of human behavior?  While Dr. Otis has yet to figure out how to predict the stock market, she has learned a lot about brains, their structure, and how they function.

Now with a Ph.D. in Psychology and post-doctoral study in neuropsychology, Dr. Otis can drone on endlessly about the topic at parties. If that doesn't scare you, then you can find her teaching a range of psychology classes with UMGC Europe, both in person and virtually.

Event Details


22 February 2024
1400 CET
Central European Time


Zoom - Details will be emailed to you after registration

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