Study Plumbs Brain Responses to Anger Robert Siegel talks with David Sander, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Geneva and one of the lead authors of an article in Nature Neuroscience about the brain's anger response mechanism. Sander explains how his team conducted the experiment and possible benefits this study may hold for understanding autistic and schizophrenic patients.
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Study Plumbs Brain Responses to Anger

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Study Plumbs Brain Responses to Anger

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Study Plumbs Brain Responses to Anger

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Robert Siegel talks with David Sander, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Geneva and one of the lead authors of an article in Nature Neuroscience about the brain's anger response mechanism. Sander explains how his team conducted the experiment and possible benefits this study may hold for understanding autistic and schizophrenic patients.