Inside Out and Neuroscience

2/13/2017; 50 minutes

The animated film Inside Out is a vivid portrait of resilience in eleven-year-old Riley and her animated emotions, who together face a difficult several days following a cross-country move. The film's exploration of Riley's emotional life reflects current neuroscience research, thanks in part to the work of UC Berkeley Professor Dacher Keltner, who served as a scientific consultant to the filmmakers. He is joined by UCSB Professor of Psychology David Sherman and UCSB Professor of Film & Media Studies Anna Brusutti. Recorded on 11/30/2016. (#31804)

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