What is the new tool that can measure people’s wisdom?
Scientists have developed a new tool that can measure a person’s wisdom – a trait believed to be governed by specific regions of the brain.
Studies suggest that wisdom may be defined by six specific domains and that these domains are linked to distinct regions of the brain, based upon neuro imaging and other scientific evidence.
For example, the domain of prosocial attitudes and behaviors, such as empathy, altruism, and social cooperation, is facilitated by the prefrontal cortex (PFC), located in the front part of the brain and respond to complex executive functions. The other domains are social decision-making, pragmatic knowledge of life, emotional regulation, reflection, self-understanding, tolerance of diverse values, and ability to effectively deal with uncertainty and ambiguity in life. READ MORE
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