Daniel Reisel: The neuroscience of restorative justice
Daniel Reisel - Neuroscientist
Daniel Reisel searches for the psychological and physical roots of human morality. Full bio
dangerous prisoners are kept.
especially about emotional change.
of them in an MRI scanner,
we had a tentative answer.
animate and inanimate objects.
the page with the other hand,
the page with the other hand.
of the social brain
development in childhood,
Gould at Princeton and others,
evidence of neurogenesis,
species of social animals.
they've got a faulty amygdala.
nature cannot change,
capable of extraordinary change,
reduce the reoffending rates.
About the speaker:Daniel Reisel - Neuroscientist
Daniel Reisel searches for the psychological and physical roots of human morality.
Why you should listen
Daniel Reisel grew up in Norway but settled in the UK in 1995. He works as a hospital doctor and as a research fellow in epigenetics at University College London. He completed his PhD in Neuroscience in 2005, investigating how learning rewires the brain. Since then, his research has been concerned with the effect of life events on gene function. Daniel is currently training to become an accredited restorative justice facilitator with the UK Restorative Justice Council.
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