Frontiers of Neurosociology (Firat, Michalska & Kalkhoff)

September 20, 2021 01:02:56
Frontiers
Annex Sociology Podcast
Frontiers of Neurosociology (Firat, Michalska & Kalkhoff)
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Today, The Annex surveys the exciting field of neurosociology, which blends research on social behavior with brain research. Our guests are Rengin Firat (UC Riverside), Kalina Michalska (UC Riverside), and William Kalkhoff (Kent State). Host Joseph N Cohen (CUNY Queens College)

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