Thursday Jan 09, 2020

Episode 39 - Emotion at Work in Neuroscience and Organisational Change

This episode looks at neuroscience and organizational change. My guest on this podcast, Hilary Scarlett, is both a practitioner and an author and in the most recent edition of her book, she brings together the neuroscience of organizational change. I was particularly interested in getting this guest on as she has those two different perspectives.


Your references as always:

Book: Neuroscience and Organisational Change by Hilary Scarlett

Social pain: 
Eisenberger, NI, Lieberman, MD, & Williams, KD (2003) Does rejection hurt? An fMRI study of social exclusion. Science, 302, 290-292

'Best in show': cortisol and the impact on behaviour (and on dogs!): 
Jones, AC,  and Josephs, RA, (2006) Interspecies hormonal interactions between man and the domestic dog, Hormones and Behaviour 50 pp393-400

Mehta, PH, Jones, AC, and Josephs RA (2008) The social endocrinology of dominance: basal testosterone predicts cortisol changes and behaviour following victory and defeat, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 94 (6) pp1078-93

Sherman et al (2016) Sex differences in cortisol's regulation of affiliative behaviour Hormones and Behaviour


Learning later in life: 
Feldman Barrett, L, (2017) How ‘superagers’ stay sharp in their later years, The Observer 30 April 2017.


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