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On Demand: Mysteries of the Universe
On Demand: Mysteries of the Universe

Get an inside look at cutting-edge research in particle physics with Don Lincoln, PhD, who was on the teams that discovered the Higgs boson and the top quark. In this course, you'll gain a wide perspective of our modern understanding of the universe, beginning with a historical look at how scientists came to this understanding and moving into the exciting new theories and questions being explored using particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider. You'll also explore topics of dark matter and energy as well as the connection between cosmology and what particle physics can tell us about how the universe began. 

The Psychology of Creativity
The Psychology of Creativity

Registration for this course has closed. If you have any questions, please contact lpallatroni@sciam.com.

Behavioral Finance: Using Psychology in the Market
Behavioral Finance: Using Psychology in the Market

This course has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Students who have already registered will receive an email from us shortly with your refund information. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

The Neuropsychology of Brain Injury
The Neuropsychology of Brain Injury

Dates: November 7 – 18, 2016
Registration Closes: Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Brain injury is a major public health issue, affecting people of all ages. Dr. Lynn Schaefer, a board certified clinical neuropsychologist and brain injury specialist, will explain the different types of brain injury and the difficulties with thinking, memory, and behavior that may result from damage to the brain. Dr. Schaefer will discuss the neuropathology of brain injury and why certain brain regions are more vulnerable to injury than others. She will also describe both the cognitive and psychiatric symptoms of brain injury as well as the roles of the many rehabilitation specialists that care for people with brain injury. Finally, there will be a discussion about how to help prevent this “silent epidemic” of brain injury.

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