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sCARF : a brain-based model for collaborating with and influencing others

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  author={David Rock},

Neuroscience based human resource management at Midas IT Co._A case study

This research aimed to gain insights into how neuroscience can be incorporated into management through the case of Midas IT Co.

Neuroleadership: A Conceptual Analysis and Educational Implications

Interpreting findings in neuroscience by field experts and educators regarding educational processes and transferring them to a practical context is gaining importance. From this aspect,

Using Participatory Methods to Engage Multidisciplinary Clinical Staff in the Embedding of Trauma-Informed Care and Practice Principles in a Sub-Acute Mental Health Inpatient Unit

The successful use of respectful and participatory methods and processes to engage multidisciplinary clinical staff in practice change in relation to a clinical practice change project that sought to embed trauma-informed care and practice (TICP) in a sub-acute mental health unit.

Impact of social threats and their effect on organizational change process efficiency

The human brain is sensitive to threat. Loss in Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness and Fairness – SCARF – is considered threatening. Threat creates a stress response and stress impairs cognit

Leadership Development

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The evidence of organisational cognitive neuroscience propositions in the lived experience of change leaders

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Fandoms in the Lives of Gifted Individuals with Imaginational Overexcitabilities

Fandoms are communities, either officially or unofficially organized, that are dedicated to the love of a particular person, team, fictional series or character (Barton & Lampley, 2014). According to

The challenge of strategic flexibility : a case study

Abstract Strategic Flexibility has been widely cited as a critical success factor and capability for navigating today’s complex and dynamic business landscape. Despite this recognition, there remain



Social cognitive neuroscience: a review of core processes.

  • M. Lieberman
  • Psychology, Biology
    Annual review of psychology
  • 2007
This review examines four broad areas of research within social cognitive neuroscience: (a) understanding others, (b) understanding oneself, (c) controlling oneself, and the processes that occur at the interface of self and others, and highlights two core-processing distinctions that can be neurocognitively identified across all of these domains.

A Primate's Memoir: A Neuroscentist's Unconventional Life Among the Baboons

This Digitalbook is possible to locate as well as download a primates memoir a neuroscientists unconventional life among the baboons Book.

Integrative Neuroscience: Bringing Together Biological, Psychological and Clinical Models of the Human Brain

This book discusses the evolution of the human brain from a Cellular Perspective of Neural Networks to a Modeling the Whole Brain in Action perspective and some of the models used have never been seen before.


Ricardo Semler inherited his family company, Semco - manufacturer of marine pumps, industrial dishwashers and mixing equipment - when he was 19. Soon, by 1980, it was on the brink of bankruptcy, but

Aging and health: effects of the sense of control.

Mechanisms mediating the control-health relation include feelings of stress, symptom labeling, changes in the neuroendocrine and immune systems, and behavior relevant to health maintenance.

Controllability and predictability in acquired motivation.

Overlap between Controllability and Predictability, and the Role of Unpredictability in the Proactive Effects of Un controllability, is illustrated.

Friend or foe? Brain systems involved in the perception of dynamic signals of menacing and friendly social approaches

In this fMRI study, participants viewed animated male characters approaching them in a hallway and making either a happy or an angry facial expression, and an expected increase in amygdala and superior temporal sulcus activation to the expression of anger was found.

The emergence of social cognitive neuroscience.

The authors present an introduction to and analysis of the field by reviewing current research and providing guidelines and suggested directions for future work.