On Pleasure, January 28 2009

Feeling and Thinking: Pleasure and the Brain Sarah Johnson (Neuroscience) This talk will offer a behavioural neuroscientist’s perspective on the biological purpose and process of pleasure. First, a description of the basic brain circuit that responds to rewarding events will explain how exactly we “feel” what we feel when we feel good. Then, a brief […]

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