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Dr. Larry Rosen is Past Chair and Professor of Psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He is a research psychologist with specialties in generational differences, parenting, child and adolescent development, and educational psychology, and is recognized as an international expert in the Psychology of Technology.
He is co-author with Adam Gazzaley of “The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World
In this candid interview with Kate Kunkel, Dr. Rosen explains what obsession with devices does to our brains, and how anxiety and other mental health issues can be exacerbated with overuse.
Plus – what effect does technology have on developing brains and how can we use it without losing our ability to communicate and make good decisions?
Some highlights from this show;
2:32 What happens in the brains of kids who use technology to excess
4:42 Parents need to set limits on technology
7:44 Is multitasking possible or is it task switching? And what does that do to the brain?
12:11 Did technology make things easier - or not?
18:34 Why we make poor decisions when we are young
27:37 Suggestions on ways to live kindly with technology
Learn more about Dr. Rosen's work at: http://drlarryrosen.com/
Kate Kunkel is an Amen Licensed Brain Trainer, sound therapist, and vegan nutritionist. She coaches midlife and older clients to improve brain function that is compromised due to head trauma, diabetes, obesity, or early cognitive decline.
We are not stuck with the brains we have, and Kate helps you make yours the best that it can be. With this podcast and a series of courses, programs, and books, Kate shares proven techniques and tools to help you create a healthier, more vibrant future free of worries about dementia or other neurodegenerative diseases.
Learn much more about using music for a healthier brain with Kate’s book: Don't Let the Memories Fade https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Let-Memories-Fade-Preventing-ebook/dp/B08GBR1Z37/
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