Author/s Cinzia Di Dio
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2021/36
Language Italian Pages 6 P. 49-54 File size 131 KB
DOI 10.3280/EDS2021-036005
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Transdisciplinarity. Functional magnetic resonance imaging allows the explora-tion of brain processes, which underlie human behaviour. Research interest has focused mainly on brain processes associated with aesthetic experience. Neuro-scientific research finds continuous reference with the observation of human be-haviour, as well as with the universe of human sciences, particularly psychology and philosophy. 
The advancement of neuroscientific research has led to the confrontation with sociocognition from a motor perspective, to the construct of the theory of mind and the tuning of the behaviour of others. In transdisciplinary terms, have been relevant the approaches to Bowlby's theory of attachment and Freud’s concept of empathy, which have been empirically verified by the most re-cent physiological and neuroscientific discoveriest. One of the areas that will be most relevant to neuroscience in the future, and which will in itself imply a trans-disciplinary approach, is that of the relationship between humans beings and ro-bots. The frequently asked question "what is the deep meaning of neuroscientific research?" can only be answered if the dialogue with other disciplines and the humanities and natural sciences is allowed and developed.

Keywords: Functional magnetic resonance imaging, brain processes, human be-haviour, transdisciplinarity, aesthetic experience, empathy, human-robot rela-tionship.

Cinzia Di Dio, Transdisciplinarità in "EDUCAZIONE SENTIMENTALE" 36/2021, pp 49-54, DOI: 10.3280/EDS2021-036005