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“EACH OF US, NO MATTER OUR CALLING, CAN BE AGENTS OF CHANGE AND HEALING IN THIS WORLD”

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Mike Niconchuk

Fleeing War, Traumatized Syrian Refugees Need Mental Health Access More Than Ever

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Emile Bruneau

WHY IT MATTERS WHEN THE PRESIDENT CALLS PEOPLE, EVEN VIOLENT GANG MEMBERS, ‘ANIMALS’

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By Brian Resnick

ALL MUSLIMS ARE OFTEN BLAMED FOR SINGLE ACTS OF TERROR. PSYCHOLOGY EXPLAINS HOW TO STOP IT.

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Nour Kteily and Emile Bruneau

BACKLASH: THE POLITICS AND REAL-WORLD CONSEQUENCES OF MINORITY GROUP DEHUMANIZATION

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Emile G. Bruneau, Rebecca Saxe

ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE OUTGROUP ARE PREDICTED BY ACTIVITY IN THE PRECUNEUS IN ARABS AND ISRAELIS

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Emile G. Bruneau, Mina Cikara , and Rebecca Saxe

PAROCHIAL EMPATHY PREDICTS REDUCED ALTRUISM AND THE ENDORSEMENT OF PASSIVE HARM

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Brian Resnick

THE DARK PSYCHOLOGY OF DEHUMANIZATION, EXPLAINED

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Mike Niconchuk & Mohammad Kheir

TURNING INTO BUTTERFLIES:A SYRIAN’S REFLECTION ON DESPAIR AND DISGRACE

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By Mike Niconchuk

NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OF REFUGE

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By Jeneen Interlandl

THE BRAIN’S EMPATHY GAP

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