Upcoming Talk at GSU: Neuroimaging and Emotion

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For those with interests in neuroimaging, moral psychology or the role of emotion in decision-making, mark your calendars for an exciting talk hosted by the Georgia State University’s Philosophy Department on Friday, November 7 from 3pm to 5pm. Dr. Stephen Hamann (Psychology, Emory University) will be giving a talk titled, “What can neuroimaging approaches tell us about the neural basis of emotion and psychological emotion theories?” GSU hosts at least two Neurophilosophy Forums each academic semester (for more information, click here). This is a great example of cooperation and collaboration between academic departments in Atlanta creating unique opportunities for Neuroethics education and outreach!