Johannes is a researcher on how illness believes and cognitions influence outcome and performance in patients with vertigo and dizziness. He talks about the influence of perceptions and beliefs on performance and how to use them to boost performance, success and happiness. Johannes is a project director for be.boosted, a doctoral candidate at the University Medical Center Freiburg and TU Munich, and a passionate music maker.
At be.boosted, he is responsible for the development of the project and passionate about the development of aspiring students wanting to create positive change. be.boosted is a young, student led initiative aiming to shape future global leaders.
His research focusses on how illness believes and cognitions influence outcome and performance in patients with vertigo and dizziness. Johannes is also interested in how these factors play a role in healthy individuals.
In his free time, Johannes can be found putting his newly acquired music production skills to practice working on new songs, or listening to the musical work of others in Munich’s rising club scene. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx