Why We Hate: Understanding, Curbing, and Eliminating Hate in Ourselves and Our World

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Contemporary Books, 2002 - Psychology - 336 pages
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The science behind hate and a revolutionary program to combat it in our time

"Why We Hate examines the biological origins and manifestations of this most toxic of human emotions and shows specific steps to take to combat it. Neuroscientists have discovered that hate is a primitive survival response that combines prejudice and extreme anger. These new findings provide fundamental insights into how hate affects human behavior. Based on these insights and on extensive scientific research in fields ranging from anthropology to zoology, "Why We Hate presents readers with a comprehensive nine-step strategy for controlling and eliminating hate.

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SCIENTIFIC INSIGHTS INTO THE NATURE OF
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PREVENTING AND ELIMINATING HATE
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THE BINARY INSTINCT
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Rush W. Dozier Jr. is a Pulitzer-Prize nominated journalist and science writer.

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