Rebecca Saxe:
Rebecca Saxe: Comment le cerveau fait des jugements moraux

TEDGlobal 2009 · 16:51 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Les êtres humains ont le don de percevoir les motivations, les croyances, les sentiments des gens qu'ils aiment et des inconnus. Comment faisons-nous? Ici, Rebecca Saxe partage avec nous son fascinant travail de recherche à la découverte de la manière dont le cerveau conçoit les pensées des autres — et juge leurs actions.

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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