Two chances in one day: South Pasadena @ 10:30 a.m. or Culver City @ 3:00 p.m.
Come hear the founders of Gifted Research & Outreach talk about the physiological differences in the gifted brain. The GRO team is very excited to share the results of the first phase of its research journey. Neuroscience research supports the belief that gifted individuals have increased intellectual, emotional, sensory and motor processing capacity. GRO’s presentation will summarize the known differences in gifted brain physiology and activity and explore how those differences might explain gifted intensities and behavior. This presentation is a must-see for those seeking possible scientific explanations for the traits they see in their children. The presenters will also give the audience a sneak peek at the results of a literature review on genetics, hypoglycemia and gastrointestinal sensitivities as well as what it has planned for the future. The entire GRO team will be present and there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Here is a link to the summary article of GRO’s initial literature review of the neuroanatomical and physiological differences in the gifted brain: https://gro-gifted.org/portfolio-items/the-gifted-brain/.
This event if free, however it is important that you reserve a space. For reservations and directions, please e-mail email@example.com and indicate whether you wish to attend the morning (South Pasadena) or afternoon (Culver City) event.