Dr. Jorge Moll of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR) conducted a brain research experiment of 27 subjects to find out whether or not there was a connection in specific brain activity as to a measure of altruism and fandom. Specifically, they were fans of one or another Brazilian soccer team. Interpretive analysis revealed two links. 1. Preference toward same team groupings. 2. More concern for self. The study consisted of specific queries and specific, responsive, measurable action.
Dr. Jorge Moll brings unique perspectives into consideration which in turn allows for groundbreaking research. He cautions us, however, to recognize that ideas are nothing without active diligence and positive persistence. He also recognizes that not obtaining an expected research result is not the same as failure. Failure involves not thoroughly trying at all. As long as you develop and encounter new data, you have the opportunity to view and test the matter from another angle.
Dr. Jorge Moll stays abreast of and leads in research by actively collaborating with fellow members of the Society for Neuroscience, the International Neuroethics Society, the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. His overwhelming interests include how our emotions affect our human relations and which areas of our brain serve as catalysts or responders during charitable or altruistic actions. Yet, he remains open to traveling the roads where his research leads. He wholeheartedly believes that everyone is assigned a task to complete toward the betterment of our environment.
Dr. Jorge Moll earned his Doctorate of Medicine degree and completed his practicals in medical neurology at the University of Río De Janeiro located in Brazil in 1994 and 1998, respectively. He completed his Doctorate in Philosophy degree at São Paulo University in 2004. Dr. Jorge Moll is Founder, President and Lead Neurologist of IDOR.
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