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Rabbi Geoff Mitelman of Sinai and Synapses and Dr. David DeSteno of Northeastern University’s Social Emotions Lab are seeking participants to take part in a survey study on religious practices in everyday life.
Dr. Steinman is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatrics at the University of California, San Francisco and the San Francisco VA Medical Center.
What does it mean to ethically consider history and use it to better practice ethics today, tomorrow, and into the unknown digital future? T
How can evolution by natural selection can help us understand the roots of morality?
Torah Study on Shmini at Westchester Reform Temple.
Join Alan I. Leshner, Rabbi Mitchell Berkowitz, and Dr. Marni Hall for a discussion of how COVID changed scientific practices across a variety of disciplines.
Prof. Liad Mudrik, a cognitive neuroscientist, describes the wonders of the human brain: its structure, the way it functions, and how it gives rise to our mental world.
Renowned research psychologist David DeSteno reveals how numerous religious practices from around the world improve emotional and physical health.
Ever wonder what daily life was like for the ancient Israelites?
Congregation Bet Ha’am will explore topics such as “Has Science Replaced God,” “The Cosmos and the Covenant – Just How Special Are We,” and “The Science of G’milut Chasidim (Acts of Loving Kindness).”
Torah Study on Korach at Westchester Reform Temple.
Torah Study on Bamidbar at Westchester Reform Temple.