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Communication, Deception, Indoctrination, Dogmatism & Memes: Neuroethology of Mind Control


Ivković, Vladimir; Grammer, Karl
Communication, Deception, Indoctrination, Dogmatism & Memes: Neuroethology of Mind Control // 13th Congress of the European Anthropological Association: Abstracts, Collegium Antropologicum (vol. 26 Suppl.) / Maver, Hubert ; Rudan, Pavao (ur.).
Zagreb: Hrvatsko antropološko društvo, 2002. str. 91-92 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Communication, Deception, Indoctrination, Dogmatism & Memes: Neuroethology of Mind Control

Autori
Ivković, Vladimir ; Grammer, Karl

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
13th Congress of the European Anthropological Association: Abstracts, Collegium Antropologicum (vol. 26 Suppl.) / Maver, Hubert ; Rudan, Pavao - Zagreb : Hrvatsko antropološko društvo, 2002, 91-92

Skup
13th Congress of the European Anthropological Association

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 30.08.-03.09.2002.

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Anthropology; neuroethological model; behavior

Sažetak
The primary aim of this overview is to provide a theoretical framework for an integrated neuroethological model based on neurophysiological principles of deception, indoctrination and dogmatism in humans, and further development of interactive, computerized behavior recognition-analysis platforms. We propose that indoctrination and dogmatism should be most successful when communicated via unconscious affect display cues that evolved as a means of (self-) deception, and that are governed by the limbic system. Individuals with high capacity for self-deception should display well-masked (i.e. successful) deceptive cues and be good decoders, while individuals with low capacity for self-deception should display poorly masked (i.e. unsuccessful) deceptive cues and be exceptionally good at decoding others' deceptive cues. We argue that the former perceptive-behavioral tendencies are especially prominent in behavior of politicians engaged in indoctrinative communication of ideologies or political doctrines. Our emphasis on memetics serves as a theoretical counterweight (memetics being primarily based on abstractions) to our focus on neurophysiology in the quest towards designing an integrated neuroethological model of indoctrination and dogma formation. Finally, we propose that information processing of meme-complexes by evolved primate neurophysiology may be considered neuroethological basis of indoctrination and dogma formation, which serve as structural backbones of socially proliferated mind control.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija, Psihologija, Etnologija i antropologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
0196003

Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Vladimir Ivković, (237222)