Emotion in Literature and the Brain - Video
by Ian McEwan, Professor Ray Dolan (Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL), chaired by Tim Marlow
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Man Booker prize-winning novelist Ian McEwan discusses emotion and its place in literature and the brain with Professor Ray Dolan (Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL) at an event that took place at UCL on 30 April at UCL. Ian McEwan's writing explores human nature and emotion at play in couples and families, and in situations of war. Professor Dolan and his research group investigate how emotion can interact with cognition in many contexts, such as when we make decisions.
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