Lessons from Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology for a Partnership Society / Emotion and Reason: Partners, not Opposites / General Structure of the Decision Making Network | Daniel Levine

This century has seen explosive growth in our knowledge about the human brain and mind due to recent advances in neuroscience, experimental psychology, and neural network modeling, and convergence between those fields. The scientific findings that have emerged confirm that humans have evolved for partnership and cooperation at least as much as they have evolved for domination and competition. Moreover, the findings suggest that partnership interactions promote optimal brain functioning.

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