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Date:2/18/2014

ated changes in our heartbeat. The nerve calms our racing hearts after a fight and helps keep our hearts on a healthy rhythm. It affects the body's ability to regulate glucose and our biological capacity for connection, Fredrickson said. Her research has found that increasing micro-moments boosts the functioning of the vagus nerve. Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsGlcNFB-pM

  • Joshua Greene of Harvard talked about how moral questions can be broken down into "me vs. us" and "us vs. them." When we're thinking about "me vs. us," our intuitions are good. We automatically tune into guilt, gratitude, and empathy to lead us to cooperate with others. But when it comes to questions of "we vs. us," we run into clashes between communities and how we perceive fairness. The very forces that bring us closer together also build group loyalties that are difficult for us to break free of. To think about the greater good, we have to switch into "manual mode." Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9reBdFoIdY0

  • Laura King of the University of Missouri discussed five myths of meaning in life, pointing toward recent work that shows that, contrary to popular belief, meaning in life is common. Easy, simple thing can bring us meaning, King said, like having a good mood, making social connections, and having routine associations with our environments. Realizing that our lives are indeed meaningful has manifold benefits for quality of life, satisfaction, and health. Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYHMNJ1Ucjc


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