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Peter Singer Farewell Conference "Panel 3 - Animals"

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Thinking About Pain, the Brain, and You, Toru Obunge, UG '24 (F39094D0)

There is growing research into psychological treatments for pain conditions, such as music therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based interventions. However, a unifying…

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Edward Said Lecture "Radiance in Pain and Resilience: The Global Reverberation of Palestinian Historical Trauma" by Dr Samah Jabr

What is the role of cultural identity in preserving wellbeing and navigating the wounds of history? This lecture explores the profound historical trauma ingrained in the Palestinian experience and…

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10.8 The Sacredness of Life

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Tiger2Tiger: So You Want to Start a Company

In Part 1 of this workshop at the Engage 2020 conference, Susannah Shipton ’14 of AlleyCorp shared a framework for understanding the key characteristics of a strong startup idea.In this…

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4.43 Preserving the Sacredness of Life

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"It's All in Your Head": Disparities in Colposcopy Description Between Patients and Medical Professionals, Miriam Stern, UG '22 (3965441)

Historically, women have been more likely than men to have their pain dismissed by physicians as being “all in their head.” The minimization of pain experiences by the medical community…

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Walking the Path: Hindu and Christian Perspectives on the Spiritual Journey - September 15, 2021

Walking the Path: Hindu and Christian Perspectives on the Spiritual Journey September 15, 2021

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Panel 2- Managing Pain: A Public Health Crisis

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Pain Management Conference: Panel 3 Treating Pain on the Front Lines

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The More Things Change: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Evolution of the Left_Right Divide

Yuval Levin, Editor, National Affairs; Hertog Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center

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Us vs. Them: Neural Responses to Rival Groups' Pleasures and Pains

Psychology graduate student Mina Cikara presents her work on human response to pain in others, with a focus on Schadenfreude, in her study of rival fan groups (Red Sox and Yankees.)

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Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Poem

Michael Wood, Charles Barnwell Straut Class of 1923 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, explains the various ways to read a poem.

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