The brain is often described as divided into three parts: the “reptilian brain” that controls instincts, the “limbic system” that controls emotions, and the neocortex that controls rational thought. The classic view is that rational thought of the neocortex controls the “lower” reptilian and emotional brains. Currently neuroscientists think of the brain as a [Read more..]
Category: Mediation Myth Busters
Welcome to Mediation Myth Busters!
Our goal for this blog is to explain how applying neuroscience concepts can improve mediation. While we have given conference and workshop presentations and published a law review article, we wanted to make our ideas more accessible to a wider audience by breaking them down into small focused topics. Today, we begin by introducing ourselves and [Read more..]