Monthly Archives: April 2011

Podcast explores Arts and Neuroscience

Marc Steiner Podcast interview with Dr.  Charles Limb and Dr. Mariale Hardiman, John Hopkins University faculty and advocates in the field of neuro-education. The interview addresses the relationship between neuroscience and the arts and its importance for education. See also … Continue reading

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Post-Star story: Empathy can be the difference between bully, nice kid

New York Post-Star online story recounting the work of Mary Gordon’s organization, Roots of Empathy, and its relationship to research in mirror-neurons. The article includes the following statement: “The goal is to prevent children from becoming bullies and turn them … Continue reading

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