Daniel Goleman and Michael Lerner of Commonweal discuss the “neural ballet” of social intelligence, the sociability that connects us brain to brain with those around us, and the implications of both social and emotional intelligence for environmental health. What are the intersections of social and emotional intelligence with environmental contaminants? To what degree can social and emotional intelligence protect us from the cumulative impact of other forms of stress? Listen to the interview.
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