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Title: Socioneuroscience and its contributions to conscious versus unconscious volition and control. The case of gender violence prevention
Author: Puigvert, Lídia
Flecha, Ramón
Racionero, Sandra
Sordè i Martí, Teresa
Keywords: Neurociències
Violència contra les dones
Estudis de gènere
Dominància cerebral
Violence against women
Gender studies
Cerebral dominance
Issue Date: Sep-2019
Publisher: American Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)
Abstract: Research in neuroscience is being very fruitful in providing evidence about the influence of social experience in the architecture and functioning of the brain. In so doing, neuroscience is posing new and fascinating research questions to examine in depth the social processes that produce those neural changes. To undertake the task of tackling such research questions, evidence from the social sciences are necessary to better understand how different types of social experiences produce different types of synaptic changes and even modify subcortical brain structures differently. It will be the dialogue between neuroscience, other natural sciences and the social sciences which will advance the scientific understanding of plastic changes in the brain which result from complex social experiences that have been traditionally studied by the social sciences (...)
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It is part of: AIMS Neuroscience, 2019, vol. 6, num. 3, p. 204-218
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ISSN: 2373-8006
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