We are living in an increasingly polarised world, as is borne out by events such as Brexit, the election of Donald Trump
Research Assistant, NYU Neuroscience and Education Lab, NYU
Sangeeta Motiani graduated in Economics. She is passionate about cognitive development, which led her to work in schools and community centers in NewYork. She has worked in neurocognition, development psychology, learning theories and educational research at Columbia University, NYU and HBCSE, Mumbai. She is pursuing formal education in cognitive science.
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