|Path Home: Empathy, Altruism and Agape | Presenters or Itinerary
The display of behaviors such as empathy and altruism depends, in all likelihood, on a variety of biological and sociocultural factors. The study of neurological conditions which compromise these behaviors as well as other closely-related behaviors is a source of data for elucidating the nature of these phenomena. This talk will focus on evidence from the investigation of humans with brain damage occurring either early in development or in adulthood, who exhibit profound changes in social emotions in spite of maintaining normal conventional cognitive abilities.
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