Houston APT February Program
**please note time change**
The Neurology of Type
Presenter (via Internet)
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Bilingual Education Institute
6060 Richmond Avenue
**9:15—10:00 Registration (guest fee $5)
& Continental Breakfast
BYOL at nearby restaurant
(Buy Your Own Lunch)
For many years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(r) has provided tools for understanding self and others through the dynamics of the 16 personality types. Today, the emerging field of neuroscience is validating Jung’s pioneering theory of the eight cognitive functions. Ongoing brain research supports Jung’s model and brain imaging literally paints a rich picture of diversity among individuals.
At the intersection of neuroscience and psychology, UCLA professor Dario Nardi has discovered that people of different psychological types don’t merely rely on different brain regions. They use their brains in fundamentally different ways.
Using colorful anecdotes, hands-on activities, and brain imagery, Dr. Nardi shares tips for healthy personality development across the 16 personality types.
Learn what current brain research reveals about
- How different psychological types get into a state of creative flow
- How to use Jung’s 8 cognitive processes to improve productivity, flexibility and competence in work and daily life.
Dario Nardi, PhD teaches social science and computing at the University of California (Los Angeles). He has worked with the 16 Myers-Briggs types since 1993 and is author and coauthor of numerous books including “8 Keys to Leadership”, “The 16 Personality Types: Descriptions for Self-Discovery”, “Quick Guide to 16 Types in Organizations”, and “Neuroscience of Personality: Brain Savvy Insights for All Types of People”. He created the apps “Personality Types” and “Love Therapy” for the Apple iPhone/iPad. Dario chaired the 2009 Dallas conference for Association of Psychological Type International and is a keynote conference speaker. He is founder and CEO of Radiance House, a publishing company (www.radiancehouse.com). Presently, he conducts experiments using EEG brain-mapping technology to better understand personality and offers a 3-day certification program for professionals to better include the brain in their work.