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The Emotional Brain: The Science and Anthropology of Aggression

The Emotional Brain: The Science and Anthropology of Aggression

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The Emotional Brain: The Science and Anthropology of Aggression

 
 

Thu, April 11, 2013; 14:00 - 15:45
Location: Lecture Theatre 4

Understanding how we think and behave can provide critical insights for social entrepreneurs who rely on individual and group behaviour change for success. We will explore how aggression can spread from a one-on-one encounter to encompass entire groups, often resulting in warfare, genocide or violence against women or children. Join a neuroscientist, primatologist, psychiatrist and anthropologist, for a groundbreaking journey from the most basic research in mice and flies, to human psycho-social constructs, to real world strategies of entrepreneurs on the frontlines.

 

SPEAKERS

Simon Wessely

Head of Department of Psychological Medicine
Kings College London

 
 

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