Dan Siegel’s “me-maps” vs. “we-maps”

dan_siegelIn his New York Times Dot Earth Blog, September 29, 2010, “Climate Responses: Primal Easy, Ethical Hard,” Andrew Revkin discusses Dan Siegel’s fascinating discussion of “me-maps” vs. “we-maps” at the Garrison Institute’s 2010 Climate, Mind and Behavior symposium: “There is a deep divide in society… reflecting what Dan Siegel, a psychiatrist at the University of California, Los Angeles, has found are variations in the relative size of what he calls internal “me-maps” and “we-maps” – essentially portraits of how much of a person’s consciousness is focused on self or a broader network…” Read more… Or, skip straight to the video of Dr. Siegel’s presention, here.

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