4:00 PM-6:00 PM 5 Washington Place, Room 202 New York, NY 10003 Reception to follow RSVP Here Classical models of antisocial behavior propose that violence arises out of a failure of lateral prefrontal cortex (LPFC) to “put the brakes” on aggressive impulses originating in subcortical regions such as the amygdala and striatum. A new, alternative […]
New York University
Center for BioethicsThe NYU Center for Bioethics was launched in September 2007 with a Chair endowed by Dr. Arthur Zitrin. The founding aim of the Center was to offer a Master of Arts in Bioethics that combined medical and environmental ethics within a diverse academic and urban setting and to conduct research and sponsor public activities throughout the community. The Center’s students are drawn from different backgrounds, countries, and career paths.
A symposium on Center for Bioethics Director S. Matthew Liao‘s book The Right to Be Loved, published in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, is available now. Check it out here.