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How and why does music make us move? How does music influence different types of movement, and how could we optimize this effect to help patients with neurological disorders? A musician herself, psychology professor Jessica Grahn of Western’s Brain and Mind Institute explains why music affects our brains so profoundly and how we can channel that power for treating diseases such as Parkinson’s.
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Complicated health and social challenges are often perceived as a permanent and inevitable part of our cultures. In this lecture Abe Oudshoorn, nursing and psychiatry professor, will present evidence that homelessness is actually a relatively new phenomenon in Canada, and one for which there are proven solutions. He will speak to work currently being done here in London, and the promise of ending homelessness in our communities.
senior alumni program
Presentation on the impact of violent media on our youth present by Peter Jaff.
winter 2015 senior alumni program
War, moral injury and combat related post traumatic stress, in U.S. and Canadian military personnel.
winter 2015 senior alumni program
The role of student government on campus presented by Matt Helfand, President, Western University Students’ Council.
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Why they chose to fight and how did it affect their relationship with the non-First Nations community?
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Western’s Founding college: past, present and future as an Anglican university
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Minimally-invasive procedures that provide the same patient outcome as conventional surgery with less trauma, reduced cost and improved safety
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on Reflexive Text
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on How Writing is Gendered
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Mike Arntfield on Reader Response
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on Novel vs. Short Story
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Living with Online Surveillance
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Our widespread adoption of electronic devices, including computers, has dramatically changed the ways that we understand the past and put that knowledge to use in the present. Presented by Dr. William J. Turkel, Department of History, Western
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Uniting chefs, growers, educators and community members in children's food education projects. Presented by: Mr. Andrew Fleet, Executive Director, Growing Chefs! Ontario.
Sitting: How Can Something That Feels So Good Be So Bad?
Studies indicate adults spend most of their waking time being sedentary, which has been associated with an increased risk of health problems. Kinesiology professor Harry Prapavessis, Director of Western’s Exercise and Health Psychology Lab, will examine the reasons we are so sedentary; why sedentary behaviour is bad for you; and how we can sit less and move more.
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