The Neuroscience of Social Emotion

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The , Australia, has reported on the Mind and it’s Potential Conference that took place December 2009 in Sydney, Australia.

The video below of Dr. Daniel Siegel MD, a psychiatrist, is about Interpersonal Neurobiology, “We feel; therefore we learn the neuroscience of social emotion.

The video explores the mind, the brain and relationships and how they work together and influence the way we learn and live.

  Just imaging doing something (mental activity) can in fact change the physical structure of the brain.  Also, the focus of attention can alter connections in the brain and also change the physical structure.

Dr. Siegel is also the executive director of the Mindsight Institute whose mission is to link science with practical applications to cultivate mindsight skills and well-being.

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