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Brands originated as proofs of ownership, such as those burnt onto cattle. They evolved to become the symbolic identity for goods and services. This easy identification, with logos and trademarks, became a short cut for quality and trust. People putting their services in the marketplace also became ‘brand names’. This used to a game only for the rich, successful, or notorious. But In the 21st Century anyone participating in the Web has a searchable identity. So whether we like it or not, we have a brand to cultivate. This course provides systematic ways of reviewing and implementing your existing and proposed brand identities, based on psychology and demography. Multimedia is now so affordable that a full Hollywood-style extravaganza is possible. So technology is no longer a constraint. Rather, the focus is on strategy to drive the use of the technology.

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The World Federation for Mental Health prescribes: “Stimulate new areas of your brain and grow more connections among brain cells by intellectually challenging yourself. Solve a puzzle, learn a new musical instrument, read a challenging book, play a board or card game, attend a lecture or play, or write a short story”. This Neuropsychotherapy Course helps therapists and teachers adapt digital gamification and multimedia to provide such stimulation. It builds from basic audio-visual skills to comprehensive studio techniques, all within conventional budget limits.

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Feb 3rd 2014

This is a general public information forum on the topic of scientific method as it applies to psychology in the legal (forensic) setting.

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The principles in this course did not originate in a computer lab but, rather, from the acute neurological and psychiatric care wards of large hospitals. Thus this course presents general principles of gamification that can be applied to the full range of the learning spectrum, ranging from people with severe disabilities through to post-graduate and professional development applications.

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