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Brain Division Could Help Explain Stereotyping, Religious Conflict and Racism


Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, study, investigation, humans, society, neuroscience, brain, social skills, racism, stereotyping, religious conflict )

J.
- 4023 days ago - nature.com
How our brain handles the question of someone's attitude to anything,from traffic jams to art,depends on how we feel we relate to them as a person.However this research pans out,there is hope for creating stronger empathy with people unlike ourselves.



   

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Joycey B (750)
Tuesday March 18, 2008, 2:10 pm
Noted. Thanks JR.
 

Marian E (152)
Wednesday March 19, 2008, 12:37 am

Though Adrianna Jenkins, in her comment explanation, was careful to state
the idea that we may see dissimilar others as "less human" is highly speculative, I believe that this is exactly what happens.

Thank you J.R.
 
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