With the conference "The Neurobiology of Human Aggression" Adolf Tobeña, Professor of Medical Psychology and Psychiatry at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), opened the first National Congress on Conduct in the monastery of Sant Benet in Bages, Spain. The subject of his conference, moreover, was as defiant as it was provocative. Humans, Tobeña argued, are not morally superior to animals, and nor can we presume to be morally superior or more cultured. According to the expert, in psychology, everything parts for a common unit, the brain, and from a determinate chemical base.
Jordi Montaner | 20 may 2010