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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Atran, Scott, 1952-.
Title Statement
Values, empathy, and fairness across social barriers / edited by Scott Atran ... [et al.].
Publication, Distribution, etc
Boston, Mass. :   Blackwell Publishing,   2009.  
Physical Medium
vii, 241 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,0077-8923 ; v. 1167
ISBN
9781573317603 (pbk.) 1573317608 (pbk.)
General Note
Papers are the result of the first Barcelona Social Brain Conference, entitled Values, Empathy, and Fairness Across Social Barriers : a neurocognitive approach to fairness, organized by the New York Academy of Sciences, the European Science Foundation, the Catalan Research Foundation and the Social Brain Chair, and held on November 21-22, 2008 at Fundacio "la Caixa" Barcelona, Spain.  
Content Notes
Foreword: Values, empathy, and fairness across social barriers -- Lethal altruists: itineraries along the dark outskirts of moralistic prosociality -- The need for a cognitive neuroscience of naturalistic social cognition -- From dehumanization and objectification to rehumanization: neuroimaging studies on the building blocks of empathy -- When the self becomes other: toward an integrative understanding of the processes distinguishing adaptive self-reflection from rumination -- Differential roles of fairness- and compassion-based motivations for cooperation, defection, and punishment -- The development of adolescent social cognition -- Genoeconomics: promises and caveats for a new field -- Experimental game theory and behavior genetics -- The neurochemistry of fairness: clarifying the link between serotonin and prosocial behavior -- Arginine vasopressin and oxytocin modulate human social behavior -- Empathy in early childhood: genetic, environmental, and affective contributions -- What motivates participation in violent political action: selective incentives or parochial altruism? -- Sex differences in intergroup competition, aggression, and warfare: the male warrior hypothesis -- Precis of implicit nationalism -- Reason within passion: values as motivational anchors of Israeli opinion on the 2006 Lebanon war and ceasefire -- Sacred values: psychological and anthropological perspectives on fairness, fundamentalism, and terrorism -- Neural basis of preference for human social hierarchy versus egalitarianism -- Empathy toward strangers triggers oxytocin release and subsequent generosity -- On hotheads and Dirty Harries: the primacy of anger in altruistic punishment -- Neural correlates of social decision making and relationships: a developmental perspective -- Suicidality connected with mentalizing anomalies in schizophrenia: a study with stabilized outpatients -- Neurobiological substrates of social cognition impairment in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: gathering insights from seven structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies -- Agent-based computer simulations of language choice dynamics -- The use of supernatural entities in moral conversations as a cultural-psychological attractor -- Retraction.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Social values -- Congresses. Empathy -- Congresses. Fairness -- Congresses.
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505 0 ▼a Foreword: Values, empathy, and fairness across social barriers -- Lethal altruists: itineraries along the dark outskirts of moralistic prosociality -- The need for a cognitive neuroscience of naturalistic social cognition -- From dehumanization and objectification to rehumanization: neuroimaging studies on the building blocks of empathy -- When the self becomes other: toward an integrative understanding of the processes distinguishing adaptive self-reflection from rumination -- Differential roles of fairness- and compassion-based motivations for cooperation, defection, and punishment -- The development of adolescent social cognition -- Genoeconomics: promises and caveats for a new field -- Experimental game theory and behavior genetics -- The neurochemistry of fairness: clarifying the link between serotonin and prosocial behavior -- Arginine vasopressin and oxytocin modulate human social behavior -- Empathy in early childhood: genetic, environmental, and affective contributions -- What motivates participation in violent political action: selective incentives or parochial altruism? -- Sex differences in intergroup competition, aggression, and warfare: the male warrior hypothesis -- Precis of implicit nationalism -- Reason within passion: values as motivational anchors of Israeli opinion on the 2006 Lebanon war and ceasefire -- Sacred values: psychological and anthropological perspectives on fairness, fundamentalism, and terrorism -- Neural basis of preference for human social hierarchy versus egalitarianism -- Empathy toward strangers triggers oxytocin release and subsequent generosity -- On hotheads and Dirty Harries: the primacy of anger in altruistic punishment -- Neural correlates of social decision making and relationships: a developmental perspective -- Suicidality connected with mentalizing anomalies in schizophrenia: a study with stabilized outpatients -- Neurobiological substrates of social cognition impairment in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: gathering insights from seven structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies -- Agent-based computer simulations of language choice dynamics -- The use of supernatural entities in moral conversations as a cultural-psychological attractor -- Retraction.
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Table of Contents

Foreword (Scott Atran, Arcadi Navarro, Kevin Ochsner, Adolf Tobeña, and Oscar Vilarroya).

Keynote Lecture: Lethal Altruists: Itineraries along the Dark Outskirts of Moralistic Prosociality (Adolf Tobeña).

Part I. From Animosity to Empathy: Neuroimaging Studies.

1. The Need for a Cognitive Neuroscience of Naturalistic Social Cognition (Jamil Zaki and Kevin Ochsner).

2. From Dehumanization and Objectification, to Rehumanization: Neuroimaging Studies on the Building Blocks of Empathy (Susan T. Fiske).

3. When the Self Becomes Other: Towards an Integrative Understanding of the Processes Distinguishing Adaptive Self-reflection from Rumination (Ethan Kross).

4. Differential Roles of Fairness- and Compassion-based Motivations for Cooperation, Defection and Punishment (Tania Singer and Nikolaus Steinbeis).

5. The Development of Adolescent Social Cognition (Stephanie Burnett and Sarah-Jayne Blakemore).

Part II. Genetic Markers for Good and Bad Cooperators: Fairness Studies.

6. Genoeconomics: promises and caveats for a new field (Arcadi Navarro).

7. Experimental Game Theory and Behavior Genetics (David Cesarini, Christopher T. Dawes, Magnus Johannesson, Paul Lichtenstein, and Björn Wallace).

8. The Neurochemistry of Fairness: Clarifying the Link between Serotonin and Prosocial Behavior (Molly J. Crockett).

9. Arginine Vasopressin and Oxytocin Modulate Human Social Behavior (Richard P. Ebstein, Salomon Israel, Elad Lerer, Florina Uzefovsky, Idan Shalev, Inga Gritsenko, Mathias Riebold, Shahaf Salomon, and Nurit Yirmiya).

10. Empathy in Early Childhood: Genetic, Environmental and Affective Contributions (Ariel Knafo, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, Maayan Davidov, Carol Van Hulle, JoAnn L. Robinson, and Soo Hyun Rhee).

Part III. Sacred Values in Social Conflicts: Anthropological Perspectives on Fairness.

11. What Motivates Participation in Violent Political Action: Selective Incentives or Parochial Altruism? (Jeremy Ginges and Scott Atran).

12. Tribal Instincts, Male Warriors, and the Evolutionary Psychology of Intergroup Relations (Mark Van Vugt).

13. Précis to Implicit Nationalism (Ran R. Hassin, Melissa J. Ferguson, Rasha Kardosh, Shanette C. Porter, Travis J. Carter, and Veronika Dudareva).

14. Reason within Passion: Values as Motivational Anchors of Israeli Opinion on the 2006 Lebanon War and Ceasefire (Lilach Nir and Ariel Knafo).

15. Sacred Values: Psychological and Anthropological Perspectives on Fairness, Fundamentalism and Terrorism (John Thomas Alderdice).

Part IV. Short Papers.

16. Neural Basis of Preference for Human Social Hierarchy versus Egalitarianism (Joan Y. Chiao, Vani A. Mathur, Tokiko Harada, and Trixie Lipke).

17. Empathy Towards Strangers Triggers Oxytocin Release and Subsequent Generosity (Jorge A. Barraza and Paul J. Zak).

18. On Hotheads and Dirty Harries: The Primacy of Anger in Altruistic Punishment (Elise C. Seip, Wilco W. van Dijk, and  Mark Rotteveel).

19. Neural Correlates of Social Decision-Making and Relationships: A Developmental Perspective (Berna Güroglu, Wouter van den Bos, and Eveline A. Crone).

20. Suicidality Connected with Mentalizing Anomalies in Schizophrenia: A Study with Stabilized Outpatients (Rosó Duñó, Esther Pousa, Mónica Miguélez, Itziar Montalvo, David Suarez, and  Adolf Tobeña).

21. Neurobiological Substrates of Social Cognition Impairment in ADHD: Gathering Insights from Seven Structural and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies (Joan Carles Soliva, Susanna Carmona, Jordi Fauquet, Elseline Hoekzema, Antoni Bulbena, and Oscar Vilarroya).

22. Agent-based Computer Simulations of Language Choice Dynamics (Tarik Hadzibeganovic, Dietrich Stauffer, and Christian Schulze).

23. The Use of Supernatural Entities in Moral Conversations as a Cultural-psychological Attractor (Tamás Tófalvy and Hugo Viciana).


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