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Huan's Notes 6/9/15

posted Jun 10, 2015, 10:19 AM by Quoc-Anh Vuong
From: Meghann Parkinson <mparkinson18@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 12:00 PM
Subject: Huan's Notes 6/9/15
To: Huong Pham <huongnpham@gmail.com>


HV
6/9/15

Which lesson should we do? CRIME AND CONTEXT
Opening thoughts? JUST THAT I AM HAPPY.

INTERPRETATIONS DIFFER BASED ON A PERSON'S OWN EXPERIENCE.
THE CONTEXT MAY HAVE BEEN DIFFERENT FOR BOTH PEOPLE.
CONTEXT
SUBSTANTIATE OR REFUTE 
MADE TO
CONTEXT ALONE CANNOT GIVE ENOUGH INFORMATION AND IT IS HARD TO DETERMINE A MOTIVE. 
HARVARD
READ A MURDER SCENARIO AND DETERMINE A PUNISHMENT. 
HIS PARTICIPANTS WERE GETTING THEIR BRAINS SCANNED WHILE THEY WORKED. 
NEUROIMAGERY
THE AMYGDALA
DIPFC
SO THE DOCTOR CAN SEE BOTH PARTS AT WORK.
MORE ACTIVITY IN THE AMYGDALA 
THEY WORKED TOGETHER.
IT WENT FROM MURDER TO ACCIDENTAL HUNTING ACCIDENT
DORSAL ANTERIOR CINGULATE CORTEX.
IT KEPT THE MORE SEVERE EMOTION IN CHECK
WHEN DETERMINING PUNISHMENT
EMPATHY
WHAT THE SITUATION LOOKS LIKE FROM ANOTHER PERSONS PERSPECTIVE


He was so happy yesterday! We made a deal that I would always give him an opening thought to express himself before we have to get to work. I think that really helps :)

See you Thursday!
-Meghann
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