Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Paul J. Zak - Love, Belief, and Neurobiology of Attachment

Alrighty then . . . . Sorry for the long delay, but I had to go to work. So, now I'm back, and here is the next installment in attachment theory day, from a post by Research Channel.

Love, Belief, and Neurobiology of Attachment

In this Loma Linda video, Paul J. Zak, founding director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University, gives a scientific twist on the topics of attachment and trust. By looking into the geographical and biological aspects of human trust, Zak presents an engaging conversation into how trust affects our behaviors, from our social interactions with strangers to peoples relationships with God and religion.

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