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Debugging Your Brain with Casey Watts, BK ‘12
Thursday, January 28, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST
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Yale Club of DC Virtual Event


Debugging Your Brain with Casey Watts, BK '12

Thursday, January 28, 2021



This meeting will be conducted on Zoom
Instructions will be provided upon registration

Join us for a conversation with Casey Watts, BK '12, on his book Debugging Your BrainThe human brain is buggy. Sometimes your mind distorts reality, gets frustrated with shortcomings, and spirals out of control. With practice, you can debug your brain. Catch those distortions of reality, transform those frustrations into insight, and short-circuit those downward spirals.

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About the Discussion

In this talk you will learn the core ideas from Casey’s book Debugging Your Brain: Modeling The Brain, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Introspection, Identifying Inputs, Experience Processing, Experience Validation, and Cognitive Restructuring.

Debugging Your Brain is a clear applied psychology book and a concise self-help book, available in all three formats: printed book, eBook and audiobook: debuggingyourbrain.com

This book brings together two parts of Casey's background: psychology and software development. Casey studied neurobiology at Yale University, and he is a co-author on several neurobiology papers. He has also worked in software development for 10 years, including at Heroku. Casey is an independent author based in Washington, DC.

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