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Rebecca Saxe: Come si forma il giudizio morale nel cervello

TEDGlobal 2009 · 16:51 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Percepire i motivi, le convinzioni, i sentimenti delle persone che amiamo e degli estranei è un talento naturale dell'uomo. Ma come ci riusciamo? Rebecca Saxe ci parla del suo affascinante lavoro di laboratorio che svela come il cervello pensa i pensieri degli altri – e ne giudica le azioni.

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Cognitive neuroscientist
Rebecca Saxe studies how we think about other people's thoughts. At the Saxelab at MIT, she uses fMRI to identify what happens in our brains when we consider the motives, passions and beliefs of others. Full bio

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