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Affect Regulation Theory: Clinical Applications Event on 2017-09-25 09:30:00 Affect Regulation Theory: Clinical Applications A 2-day interactive training workshop with Dr Allan N. Schore Dublin, 25 & 26 September 2017, Monday & Tuesday O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel, 8-10 Merrion Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland At this interactive training workshop over 2 […]

Affect Regulation Theory: Clinical Applications



Conjuring and our conscious experience: Why magic works Event on 2015-09-15 19:00:00 Magic is one of the oldest art forms, and for centuries conjurors have created illusions of the impossible by distorting your perception and thoughts. Advances in Psychology and Neuroscience offer new insights into why our minds are so […]

Conjuring and our conscious experience: Why magic works



We don't have to be monsters: The new neuroscience of genocide and mass … He referred to several 20th century examples—the Holocaust, the Armenian genocide, Cambodia under Pol Pol and Rwanda in the 1990s—noting that “Civil strife, extreme conditions, and ethnic conflicts have often had a role in these events. […]

We don't have to be monsters: The new neuroscience of ...