244 Brains, Bullies and Lessons – Fraser

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Bullies Create Brain Damage

Courage is fire, and bullying is smoke.
~ Benjamin Desraeli

Dr. Jennifer Fraser earned a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and is a researcher, educator, and published author. Her latest book, Teaching Bullies, marks the first moment when she became both shocked and fascinated by neuroscience and the evolution of utilitarian mind-discoveries.

Ever since reading six years ago about the harm done to brains by bullying – as documented and recorded on MRI and fMRI – she has made it her mission to inform teachers, coaches and parents about the neurological scars that bullying or emotional abuse does to brains.

The data is in folks, – it’s time to take more decisive action.

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4 Comments

  1. Deborah Poteet-Johnson on 08/08/2018 at 9:26 PM

    This was a terrific presentation, and so timely! Dr. Parker, I really love all of the CoreBrainJournal episodes, and I look forward to each one!

  2. Neal on 08/08/2018 at 7:20 AM

    Bullying as a means of social control persists because it produces results and it is inexpensive to deploy. Results are nowhere as good as those produced by positive reinforcement on a variable schedule, but hey, “close enough for government work” and at a “favorable price point”.

    We are surprised and saddened when we see bullying behavior expressed in an idyllic kindergarten environment, or in a pride of young lions in the wild. Yet we cry crocodile tears at the tremendous abuse of children and adolescents by governments, schools (some quite expensive and exclusive), religions, “training” and “treatments” of all kinds.

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/05/06/private-schools-painful-secrets/OaRI9PFpRnCTJxCzko5hkN/story.html

    “Suffer the little children.” The problem has be on-going for a long time.

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