In the Congress Center of the Chamber, during a meeting of the Council of Heads of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, a lecture was held on the topic “Man and the brain in an era of turbulence” by Doctor of Biological and Philological Sciences, Professor of St. Petersburg State University Tatyana Chernigovskaya.
The leading expert in the field of psycholinguistics, neuropsychology and neurophysiology was introduced by the vice-president of the Chamber Maxim Fateev. According to him, the members of the Council had a unique opportunity to broaden their horizons, to learn about the secrets of the brain, the behavior and capabilities of modern man in our fickle, complex, and sometimes tough world. “We increasingly have to ask ourselves the question of how to survive or live at the present time, this, among other things, will be discussed in a lecture by a world-famous scientist,” said Maxim Fateev.
Tatyana Chernigovskaya, step by step, revealed a picture of the modern world, which greatly affects a person, his behavior, emotions, brain function, and most importantly, decision-making in life. “We actually moved to another planet, only there are no rules for life on it. They need to be created,” the scientist emphasized.
The main conclusion that Tatyana Chernigovskaya makes is that the world will continue to become more complex and change rapidly. The main task of humanity at the present stage is the formation of the ability to live in a digital world and preserve humanity.
At the end of the lecture, Tatyana Chernigovskaya answered numerous questions from the participants in the meeting of the Council of Heads of Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
Press Service of the Chamber