Professor Steve Cole

The genomic perspective on human well-being

Hosted by the New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology

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What is the best way for humans to live? This talk considers the possibility that our bodies may form an opinion on that matter, and perhaps arrive at different conclusions than would our conscious minds. If we think of the human genome as recording millions of years of experience regarding how best to survive and thrive in this world, what do our genomes have to teach us now, and how might we go about listening?

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A genomic perspective on human well-being 08 November 2020, 10:45 PM
Professor Steve Cole Medicine and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences in the UCLA School of Medicine.

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