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“Brighter Brains” Lecture in San Francisco on September 15th

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by Hank Pellissier

On September 15, 2013, there will be a lecture detailing the recent scientific, cognitive-enhancing discoveries listed in the book: Brighter Brains! - 225 ways to elevate or injure intelligence

The lecture will present an up-to-date report on 1,000+ neuroscience studies that examine social, environmental, dietary, chemical, gestational, family, educational, and genetic impacts on cognitive functionality, i.e., your Brain “Smartness”

Included in the lecture will be Practical, Easily-Applied Information that is ideal for:

* Pregnant and intending-to-be-Pregnant Women

* Parents of Toddlers and School Age Children

* HS & College Students seeking academic excellence

* Adults desiring to optimize their Mental Abilities

* Seniors who want to maintain memory performance

The Lecture / Report includes A 30-page handout, “brain gum” and a Question & Answer session

Where is it? Sanchez Street Studios, 1587/89 Sanchez St. @ 29th St., San Francisco (Noe Valley)

When? - September 15 (Sunday) 2-4 pm

Instructor Hank Pellissier is the author of “Brighter Brains: 225 ways to elevate or injure IQ” and “Why is the IQ of Ashkenazi Jews So High?” He’s lectured on related topics at Harvard University & UC Santa Cruz, he’s Affiliate Scholar at The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology (Connecticut think tank), and he’s founder/ex-director of The Kids’ Co-op Inc. (501c3 nonprofit)

To Enroll: send $25 check to Hank Pellissier, 955 Lombard Street, San Francisco CA 94133 (pre-enrollment strongly advised - space is limited to 18 attendees) Contact: hankpellissier@yahoo.com / 415 309-3505



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