- “There is only one world: the natural world.
- The world evolves according to unbroken patterns, the laws of nature
- The only reliable way of learning about the world is by observing it.”
We find that national parasite stress and individual disgust sensitivity relate more strongly to adherence to traditional norms than they relate to support for barriers between social groups. These results suggest that the relationship between pathogens and politics reflects intragroup motivations more than intergroup motivations. Continue reading
“elevate brain science as a foreign policy priority. The world confronts tremendous social and economic burdens derived from brain diseases, with an estimated global cost of $6 trillion USD spent on issues related to mental illness alone by 2030.
Potentiation of excitatory inputs onto dopamine neurons of the ventral tegmental area (VTA) induced by cocaine exposure allows remodeling of the mesocorticolimbic circuitry, which ultimately drives drug-adaptive behavior… Continue reading
Human behavior is essentially foraging.