Insular Cortex, Interros, Korea discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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Well. This study, it's not showing up the interior. It's it's really the anterior insular cortex was along with eventual medial prefrontal cortex area sorta I mean, it's a distinct. So the media prefrontal cortex is again part of that prefrontal lobe area. This is more inside the brain prefrontal lobe got so deeper deeper deeper stuff yet deeper physiologically deeper more closer to limbic enough. And in like, I said that Interros -ception usually that feeling your own feelings stuff feel like the influence really going to be. We may have the decade of the inflow coming up one of these days 'cause I feel like that's where all the bodily based information sort of. Noted the middle on the insulin sort of seal that go now to do with this, exactly. And we deal with all the time in chronic pain and trauma. That's all not working right for some reason. We don't really know what that means. We'll variously, but I I wanna get back to the sort of the robber's cave and the tribal stuff and talk more about that. And I just. I'm just concerned about that. That's the thing that sort of I spent a lot of time thinking about and it we just keep going down further down that rabbit hole. It seems. So I think that the most modern kind of data that we're hundred percent sure this works because it's been replicated lots and lots of times in a whole bunch of different ways. The is so robber's cave started off in it is kind of principle. It was saying you don't need centuries of conflict in order to lead to people doing, you know, group type, you know, group in in group out group dynamics, you don't need for there to be a five hundred year history or a wars or the civil war, whatever it led to what's known is the minimal group paradigm. And is that got more and more extreme explain their that got Korea that data. Yeah. So that's it's really fastening..

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