Providing Academic,

Providing Academic is and individual or organisation that provides input for current or future courses, degrees, certifications in Meeting Architecture. The input can come from existing professions, disciplines or sciences.

The Arts and Quality of Life Research Center


Temple University

Presser Hall 2001 N 13 Street Philadelphia PA 19122     T.U.Zip: 012-00

Dr. Cheryl Dileo, Director  Phone: 215-204-8542Email: aqlrcenter@temple.edu

Dr. Joke Bradt, Assistant Director   Phone: 215-204-8542  Email: jbradt@temple.edu

Garr Reynolds

About Garr

Garr Reynolds is currently Associate Professor of Management at Kansai Gaidai University where he teaches Marketing, Global Marketing and Multimedia Presentation Design. Garr is active in the Japanese community and can often be found presenting on subjects concerning design, branding, and effective corporate communications.

Can kids teach themselves?

Sugata Mitra: Can kids teach themselves?
Speaking at LIFT 2007, Sugata Mitra talks about his "Hole in the Wall" project. Young kids in this project figured out how to use a PC on their own -- and then taught other kids. Given this, he asks, what else can children teach themselves and each other?

The International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations (ISPSO)


The International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations (ISPSO) provides a forum for academics, clinicians, consultants and others interested in working in and with organizations utilizing psychoanalytic concepts and insights.

The Society's aim is to share organizational research, consultation and experiences in the context of psychoanalysis. The ISPSO holds an annual meeting and symposium, locally organized study groups and ongoing discussions on the Internet and encourages scholarship and research in the field.

The Power of Unconscious Thought: Does It Result in Creative Problem-Solving?

No doubt many of us have all experienced a situation where, after long hours of trying to solve a certain problem, we give up, and go get a break, only to come back and solve the problem within moments. This appears to be a somewhat commonplace situation. However, the science behind it is much more complex.

Make participants change behaviour based on the conference

The American Robert Cialdini is professor in psychology and marketing at the Arizona State University. He is seen as the global authority in influencing.At conferences, that is what we try to accomplish: influence participants so they change behaviour and have an impact. Cialdini has defined six principles of influencing others, of which a few can be applied as techniques during meetings and conferences. The most interesting one is the commitment and consistency principle.

Building sleep reserves for that coming conference?

 
Heavy conference ahead with early committee meetings and late night “networking” events? Try sleeping more than usual in the weeks prior to the conference.  Research by the American Sleep expert Tracy Rupp with 24 subjects makes her concludes that you can accumulate sleep for ‘use’ in periods of ‘scarcity’.Half of the test group had to be in bed 10 hours a night for a week and the other half 8 hours.

Professor Tim Jacob PhD

Research Overview
The psychophysiology of smell: how we smell, why we smell and what differentiates different smell qualities. We are also investigating the function of smell as a signalling medium in humans (human pheromones).

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