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Scientists seek religious experience – in subjects’ brains

Other animals have hierarchies, organized behaviors, even a semblance of norms. Only humans have religion and science. And the two have seldom been on civil terms.

Jeff Anderson and Julie Korenberg, neuroscientists at the University of Utah, want to change that. They’re among a growing number of scientists aiming their field’s most sophisticated machinery at religious cognition.

read more Scientists seek religious experience – in subjects’ brains – LA Times.

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This entry was posted on January 8, 2015 by in Religion, Science.

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