Drawing on psychological and medical research as well as touching on questions of ethics, Sylvia Terbeck examines the possibility of curing prejudice. Sylvia helps us understand how our brains work and poses important questions about how and why we alter people’s minds.
Lecturer in Psychology at Plymouth University. Completed BSc in Psychology in Kiel
(Germany), MSc Psychology in Vienna (Austria), DPhil in Experimental Psychology at Oxford University. Research includes social psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, and virtual reality technology. Published multiple scientific journal articles, including a book entitled “The social neuroscience of intergroup relations.
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