speaker-info

Ian Robertson

Clinical Psychologist
 & Neuroscientist

Ian Robertson is a clinical psychologist
 and neuroscientist with a unique ability
 to apply his research to the pressures of everyday life. His previous books, Mind Sculpture, The Mind’s Eye and The Winner Effect, have been translated into many languages and he is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading researchers in neuropsychology.

Events

35. Why Philosophy Matters: Rebecca Newberger Goldstein Sold Out

Secret Garden

You rarely get the chance to listen to one of America’s leading public intellectuals. We are delighted to host Rebecca Newberger Goldstein at Dalkey. Author of 11 books, in 2015, President Barak Obama presented her with the highly prestigious National Humanities Award for her outstanding contribution to American debate. In an increasingly distracted world, Rebecca […]

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45. The Psychology of Anger: Why is Everyone So Angry? With Prof Ian Robertson Sold Out

Secret Garden

Everywhere you look people are angry, States are angry, electorates are angry. Why now, why here, what’s driving this? Mark Twain said that anger is an acid that burns the person holding it. Ian tests the truth of Twain’s aphorism in an interactive session on the psychology and neuroscience of anger. Be prepared to flex […]

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1. The Meaning of Life with Michael Harding Sold Out

Secret Garden

Michael Harding is quite simply a national treasure. He asks the big questions, the ones we all think about, the only ones that really need to be answered. Profound, thoughtful, funny and humane, Michael reads from his latest memoir, ruminating on psychotherapy, religion, and pilgrimages in his ongoing search for the meaning of life. In […]

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