Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Neuroscience of Conditioned Racism


Although great progress has been made in the war on racism it is an evil which persists to haunt us. From the London Olympic Games to the run-up for the American presidential election to workplaces all across the globe friction … Continue reading

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You Might Not Like it, But Bad is Stronger than Good


By Manie Bosman The owner of a car dealership I once knew was regarded by most who knew him as a complex man. He demanded that each working day started with a motivational team talk which was compulsory for all … Continue reading

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