Calming The Angry Brain
- The Monkey Brain and How It Applies To Us
- How Anger Works In The Brain
- Anger and Empathy
- Anger: A Battle In Your Brain
- Quick Tips To Tame Your Anger
- The Impact of Anger on Health
- Anger and Hunger
- Anger: In our genes or under our control?
- Neuroplasticity: Can The Brain Change?
- Venting vs. Bottling
- Hot vs Cold Cognition (Thinking)
- Calming Yourself Down
- The Angry Face and Reframing
Dr. Marc Milstein specializes in taking the leading science research on human health, productivity, and happiness and presents it in a way that entertains, educates and empowers his audience to live better. His lecture topics range from cutting edge brain science topics such as sleep, memory, stress and emotions to how our DNA and trillions of cells work in concert with our environment to determine our health.
He earned both his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry and his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from UCLA. Dr. Milstein has conducted research on topics including genetics, cancer biology, neuroscience, and infectious disease and his work has been published in multiple scientific journals. Dr. Milstein has been quoted breaking down and analyzing the latest research in popular press such as USA Today, Huffington Post and Weight Watchers Magazine. Dr. Milstein can also be seen on TV's "Dr. Oz" show explaining the latest science breakthroughs that improve our life.
PreviewThe Monkey Brain and How It Applies To Us
StartHow Anger Works In The Brain
StartAnger and Empathy
StartAnger: A Battle In Your Brain
StartQuick Tips To Tame Your Anger
StartThe Impact of Anger on Health
StartAnger and Hunger
StartAnger: In Our Genes or Under Our Control?
StartNeuroplasticity: You Can Change Your Brain
StartVenting vs. Bottling
StartHot vs. Cold Thinking
StartCalming Yourself Down
StartThe Angry Face and Reframing