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Conwy Lloyd Morgan Lecture - Dr Lisa Feldman Barrett - Shared screen with speaker view
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
28:09
Hello! so happy to be here, just saw Lisa's tweet and got all excited about the talk.I completed my MSc in Neuroscience and Education at Bristol Univ last year and I'm a big fan of Lisa's work. Just wanted to say it's super exciting to see this two worlds are joining efforts!
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
33:41
Sure thing. I'm in Paraguay and was able to purchase both the physical version and also the audible one :)
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
01:10:37
and all of your work it aligns with Stanislas Dehaene's work on consciousness and developing cognitive skills. Also, Paul Howard Jones and Tim Jay's work on gamification of learning which is embeded within the Science of Learning framework
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
01:11:00
constructed and taught at Bristol Univ
Aline Gasco (she/her)
01:11:33
When it comes to human uniqueness among other primates, Robert Sapolsky says that humans are not unique but uniquer. So, what is your opinion about humans and non humans? Is there human uniqueness or humans are as unique as other primates?
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
01:14:11
also (and this is obviously only my opinion) making sure to read How Emotions are Made chapters 1 to 4 over and over again would lead to wanting to find those papers and finding a way to match this content to the work anyone in psychology or education is doing, really.
Aline Gasco (she/her)
01:16:32
Talking about comparative studies of humans and other primates, Jane Goodall recently said that vaccine tests in apes only happens because we make comparative studies with apes and humans. But she said that apes and humans are not so equal, and COVID has shown that vaccines tested in apes can fail in humans. So, what do you think? What makes us different from other primates are more interesting to find out than what make us similar to other primates?
Adam Chmielowski
01:23:20
Does the brain make distinctions or prioritise what counts as a ‘past experience’ i.e. something that happened to me personally once before vs this happened to my friend Alice vs I see this in films a lot vs a prevalent stereotype in a particular culture…or are these all in a soup together?
Aline Gasco (she/her)
01:25:34
What about pain and suffering? Can pain and suffering be base for moral decisions? For example, more and more animal researchers like Temple Grandin and Tecumseh Fitch state the animals do experience positive and negative emotions. Such studies on animal emotions lead people to rethink their consuming habits of eating animals. So, again, can pain and suffering be the base for moral decisions for not eating and killing sentient beings?
Aline Gasco (she/her)
01:29:19
Can negative emotions have adaptive functions and benefit the body and mind to respond better in the next negative experience that potentially trigger the same negative emotions? I’m asking about PTSD, does it have any adaptive function at all?
Will Pook
01:35:25
Thank you! That was really interesting!
laurenmakin
01:35:31
Thank you!!
Graeme Fairchild
01:35:33
Great talk, Lisa! That was fantastic!
Adam Chmielowski
01:35:46
thank you, fascinating
Liz Sheils
01:35:49
Thank you for a really interesting talk!
Mike Richardson
01:35:55
Incredible talk, thank you Lisa!
Roya Shahrokni
01:35:58
Thank you!
Karin Petrini
01:36:02
Thank you!
Meg Attwood
01:36:04
Thank you very much Lisa!
Molly Aubrey
01:36:04
thank you- that was so interesting!
Lucy Byrne
01:36:06
Thank you!
Nina Kazanina
01:36:19
thank you
Marlene Staginnus
01:36:20
Thank you :-) Really great talk!
Christa
01:36:23
Thank you! Great talk!
Innes Cuthill
01:36:24
Excellent!
Charlotte Daw
01:36:32
Thank you, very thought-provoking.
Jake Fox
01:36:40
thank you, very interesting stuff
Chris Jarrold
01:36:41
Thank you - great talk
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
01:36:44
read both books, best time investment ever!
LAURA YASY Galeano Ríos
01:36:52
thank you Lisa!
Sameer Alladin
01:36:53
Absolutely incredible talk. Thank you. It fits in incredibly well with some of the issues we discuss in the MSc Neuropsych programme
Iris Lavi
01:36:54
Thank you very much!
Sally Lawson
01:36:58
Thank you! The pain aspect will be interesting to learn about.
Harriet Cornwell
01:37:00
Great talk - thank you!