Lecture “Gender psychophysiology – He and She”

07 September 2015, 11:30

The Arseniy Yatsenyuk "Open Ukraine" Foundation invites you to attend the lecture of Victoria Kravchenko and Victor Komarenko, Cand.Sc. (Biology), on “Gender psychophysiology – He and She” which will be held on September 17, 2015 at 19:00.

During the lecture the differences in the behavior of men and women will be discussed; it will also be explained what causes different reactions to the same situation; information on features of brain organization shall be given as well. Lecturers will focus attention on the differences in the functioning of the brain of men and women and the factors that shape appropriate strategies for information processing and that affect behavior.

In order to participate in the meeting please proceed with the following link  http://goo.gl/forms/u7YAB8sPHn
and fill in the online form. The deadline is 16 September 2015, 18:00.

Pre-registration for the event is required.

The number of seats is limited.

Admission is free.

Location: “Radisson Blu” hotel (Podil), 17/19 Bratska str.

The meeting will be held on September 17 at 19:00 (registration beginning at 18:30).

FOR YOUR INFORMATION:

Victoria Kravchenko - Cand.Sc. (Biology), assistant professor of Human and animal physiology department of Institute of Biology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko NSC, a member of the Ukrainian Society for Neuroscience and FENS. Co-author of textbooks and scientific articles on neuroscience. Fields of research interests: physiological mechanisms of acquirement of information, special aspects of the brain processing of emotiogenic stimuli of representatives of the opposite sexes.

Victor Komarenko - Cand.Sc. (Biology), assistant professor of Human and animal physiology department of Institute of Biology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko NSC, a member of the Ukrainian and British Physiological Societies. Co-author of textbooks and scientific papers on the physiology of blood circulation. Fields of research interests: regulation of hepatic blood circulation, neurohumoral regulation of autonomic functions.

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