By Jeneen Interlandl
Can mapping neural pathways help us make friends with our enemies? In the past two decades, with the advent of f.M.R.I. technology, neuroscientists also began to tackle such questions. Emile Bruneau, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Pennsylvania, has spent the past seven years studying intractable conflicts around the world. Emile is now the lead scientist at the Beyond Conflict Innovation Lab.
By Brian Resnick
As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases under Trump, more Americans are seeing Muslims as less than human. This article looks at the history and science behind the process of dehumanization.
Giving the underdog a leg up
by Emile Bruneau, Daniel Lane, Muniba Saleem
Speaking freely, listening deeply - by Tim Phillips; Boston Globe Op-ed
The neuroscience of social conflict - tim phillips at tedx boston
Our Brains on Conflict: Trauma, Healing, and the Politics of Fear - An Interview with Mike Niconchuk; Europe now
A Searing Image, And The Surprising Truth About Empathy - by Tim Phillips; WBUR
By Tim PHillips; The Guardian
How Can Neuroscience Help Us Understand Conflict Resolution? - WBUR interview with Tim Phillips
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