Brain research suggests emphasizing human rights abuses may perpetuate themBrain research suggests emphasizing human rights abuses may perpetuate them

Capitalizing on the brain’s capacity to simulate events, messages of positive behavior – instead of ...

Capitalizing on the brain’s capacity to simulate events, messages of positive behavior – instead of ...

By: Laura Ligouri
June 18, 2019
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