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Mar. 18, 2016

What Hockey Fans Can Teach Us About Conflict

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Last Saturday I attended the St. Louis Blues / Dallas Stars game. It was an exciting game that had the fans of both teams on the edge of their seats. At one point during the game, a St. Louis Blues player lost control of his hockey stick, and it was projected out of the rink. Unlike a fly baseball which is typically caught only by one person, the hockey stick, given its size, was caught by several people. An intense three-person round of tug-of-war ensued.

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Feb. 18, 2016

The Neuroscience of Peace

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Humanity is at a turning point in history. Never before has so much been possible and never before has so much been at stake. Humans are more powerful and more vulnerable than at any point in history. When it comes to creating a more sustainable and peaceful future, there is an unspoken challenge that should be running through the minds of every individual: If not me, then who? If not now, then when?

Neuroscience of Peace by Robyn ShortRead this executive brief to learn how neuroscience is transforming the human capacity for peace building and advancing the human condition.

Download: Neuroscience of Peace