The Physiology of Awe, July 28
In the past five years, science has made great strides in better understanding the emotion of awe. UC Berkeley psychologist Craig L. Anderson will help us understand state-of-the-art findings about how awe promotes curiosity and pro-sociality, including the physiological processes that support these behaviors. We will explore important implications that awe research has for well-being interventions, the health of military veterans, and making outdoors programs more accessible.
- WHAT: The Physiology of Awe
- WHO: Craig L. Anderson, Psychology Department, UC Berkeley
- WHEN: 7:00 PM, Tuesday, July 28, 2015
- WHERE: Innovation Hangar, Palace of Fine Arts Exhibition Hall, 3601 Lyon Street, San Francisco. Enter iHangar through the big green door opposite the huge Palace of Fine Arts dome.
- HOW: Please register below. Food and drink will be available at Daredevil Cafe within iHangar.
- WHY: Because we’re curious creatures.
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