No Reservations: Emotion or Action?: Cultural Differences in Parental Socialization of the Moral Brain by Dr. Jason Cowell and Dr. Sawa Senzaki streamed live Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 6:30 PM.
Almost as fast as the snap of our fingers (200 ms), our brains can tell right from wrong. This is a complex product of our upbringing, culture, and evolution. We will discuss our ongoing international research collaboration exploring how culture and parenting mold children’s moral brains.
Dr. Jason Cowell is an associate professor and a vice-chair of Psychology. He is also a director of the Neuroscience Lab at UW-Green Bay. Dr. Sawa Senzaki is an associate professor. She is also a director of Child’s Lab at UW-Green Bay. They co-direct the NIH-sponsored Culture and Brain Development project.
No Reservations is a live speaking series presented by UW-Green Bay College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS).
This No Reservations talk is streamed live from Fort Howard Hall in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
This event is proudly sponsored by the Rob and Cathy Riordan Family Foundation.
00:00 Pre-Livestream Show
07:00 Introduction with CAHSS Dean Chuck Ryback
08:54 Dr. Jason Cowell’s section in Emotion or Action?: Cultural Differences in Parental Socialization of the Moral Brain
15:30 Dr. Sawa Senzaki’s section in Emotion or Action?: Cultural Differences in Parental Socialization of the Moral Brain
21:44 Questions and Answers
1:22:22 Post Livestream Show