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You Can Learn to Be More Confident

Ian Robertson, PhD, with KERA's Krys Boyd.

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Krys Boyd

During the 2024 Brain³ Summit at Center for BrainHealth, BrainHealth collaborator Ian Robertson, PhD, sat down with KERA's Krys Boyd to share how the science behind confidence can help us positively influence mind and body, and even make us both more innovative and happier. Watch the full recording below or visit KERA Think

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Ian Robertson, PhD

T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Chair Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project


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