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The Informed Brain in a Digital World
November 14-17, 2012

Conference Presentations
The following presentations are from the 2012 NAKFI Conference on The Informed Brain in a Digital World, including the final IDR Team presentations.

Thursday, November 15, 2012
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Harvey V. Fineberg, IOM President
  



About the Conference on The Informed Brain in a Digital World
Michael S. Gazzaniga
Chair, NAKFI Steering Committee on The Informed Brain in a Digital World
Director, The Sage Center for the Study of the Mind
University of California, Santa Barbara

Keynote Address
Clifford Nass
Thomas M. Storke Professor
Stanford University

Saturday, November 16, 2012
Final Interdisciplinary Research Team Challenge presentations:

IDR Team Challenge 1, Group A: Develop innovative curricula that will help students develop expertise in dealing with the information overload they will encounter during and after their schooling.

IDR Team Challenge 1, Group B: Develop innovative curricula that will help students develop expertise in dealing with the information overload they will encounter during and after their schooling.

IDR Team Challenge 2: Develop methods to efficiently design and measure the efficacy of Internet teaching technologies.

IDR Team Challenge 3: Define the trajectory, value, and risk of extreme lifelogging when nearly everything about a person is in Cyberspace.

IDR Team Challenge 4, Group A: Identify the ways in which the Internet positively and negatively impacts social behavior.

IDR Team Challenge 4, Group B: Identify the ways in which the Internet positively and negatively impacts social behavior.

IDR Team Challenge 5, Group A: Develop a new approach to assess the differences in cognitive and brain function between the brains of digital natives and digital immigrants.

IDR Team Challenge 5, Group B: Develop a new approach to assess the differences in cognitive and brain function between the brains of digital natives and digital immigrants.

IDR Team Challenge 5, Group C: Develop a new approach to assess the differences in cognitive and brain function between the brains of digital natives and digital immigrants.

IDR Team Challenge 6, Group A: Determine how the effects of the digital age will improve health and wellness.

IDR Team Challenge 6, Group B: Determine how the effects of the digital age will improve health and wellness.

IDR Team Challenge 7, Group A: What are the limits of the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and how can we create reliable systems based on this connection?

IDR Team Challenge 7, Group B: What are the limits of the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and how can we create reliable systems based on this connection?

IDR Team Challenge 7, Group C: What are the limits of the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and how can we create reliable systems based on this connection?