Intergroup atrocities in war: a neuroscientific perspective.

@article{Taylor2006IntergroupAI,
  title={Intergroup atrocities in war: a neuroscientific perspective.},
  author={Kathleen E Taylor},
  journal={Medicine, conflict, and survival},
  year={2006},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={230-44}
}
Studying the most extreme outcomes of intergroup hatred--murder, mass killings and genocides--has long been part of historical and social research. Neuroscientists and psychologists have also been interested in interpersonal and intergroup violence. This article considers the question of how atrocities arise from a neuroscientific perspective, focusing on… CONTINUE READING

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