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The Male Brain vs. The Female Brain
Michael DeDonno

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: There’s a consistent belief that men and women think differently. Books have been written suggesting men and women are from different planets. A question arises as to the real differences between the male brain and the female brain. This presentation will include an entertaining look at physical brain differences, as well as behavioral differences. Questions to be explored include: Do women really talk more than men? Do women think differently when it comes to love and relationships? Why does it seem men and women are on different wavelengths when communicating? Entertaining videos, tasks, and simple games will be presented to explore the differences between the men and women in the audience. The outcome from the presentation may be a better understanding of how the opposite sex thinks, and possibly a renewed interest in exploring these differences.

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Dr. Michael DeDonno received his MA and PhD in psychology from Case Western Reserve University. As a cognitive psychologist, Dr. DeDonno has worked with branches of the US military in exploring cognitive factors of Special Forces soldiers. He has also worked with behavioral hospitals in exploring the behavioral aspects of individuals with severe mental illness. He has served as a consultant to the behavioral healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. Dr. DeDonno is an Assistant Professor at Florida Atlantic University, where he teaches research methodology and advanced statistics. In 2017, Dr. DeDonno was the recipient of the Florida Atlantic University College of Education, Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award. As a recipient of a National Institute of Health (NIH) award, he has presented research at major psychological and medical conferences. Topics have included, healthy aging, techniques that enhance the act of learning, and aspects of psychophysiology. His published work can be found in book chapters, academic, medical, and law journals.

FPL11024
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Location: Barry and Florence Friedberg Auditorium, Boca Raton Campus
Fees: Member - $30 per event
$75 for any combination of three events, members only
$120 for any combination of eight events, members only

Non-member - $35
Cash will no longer be accepted as payment for lectures.

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