Donnerstag, 11. Dezember 2014

A World Apart.

Surely it seems to be, after reading a paper about intergroup interaction that there are conditions you better not fall prey of. What I conclude from the level of insight of today is that people are almost neurologically programmed to protect the own group and to combat other groups. We are not that neutral when it comes to interaction. Parts that are identified into neuroscience are the amygdala, the orbitofrontal cortex, medial frontal cortex, the insula, the frontoparietal network, and the cingulate gyrus. Models that are given at discussion I will explain short. First of all it seems to be that people harm others out of regulation of their own group protecting processes. One of those is self-categorization. Also identification seems to be closely tied with the group where you belong, the group where you belong seems to be a reflection of who you are. There is a close connection with your self. Into the endurance you see also that people are designed to be not that aware and sensible to the pain of the out-group. Also in the activity of a neuromodulator as oxytocin you see the feeling of love comes only abroad with the in-group. At the other hand it is so that by minimal group membership people already identify from out this group and learn to defend different people. Also is it so that excellent frontal function is associated with less in-group favoritism. Biologically and neurologically! People are not racists when it comes to the in-group! Which is although constantly regulated, ...

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  1. thanks for following, how is your follower-button?
    very thanks for remembering me to the old post. had have to look again to know the reference / context and i guess apparently its something like a balancing act along a fine line ;( so your thought might be true aswell ;)

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