MINT Forum Workshop on Neuro-Explorations & Why MI


Powerpoint presentation from the 2015 Forum in Berlin.  A proposition that MI: •Leads to balanced neurotransmitters that promote positive, forward-thinking decision-making. •Helps resolve ambivalence because of the brain’s lateralized structure of specialized dominance creating an alternative path to connect and resolve ambivalence; •Encourages neural integration with the self-narratives in the evoking process leading to decisions •Helps the mind (psychological needs met) change the reflexive processes into purposeful reflective process. •Supports intrinsic motivation that involves a different part of the brain as extrinsic.  A list of neurotransmitters helps us explore how MI may influence their presence in the brain.

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