The next Arts & Letters Live conversation promises to be a very emotional one. That is when the DMA author series will host University of California Berkeley professor of psychology Dacher Keltner. Keltner was the scientific consultant for Pixar’s “Inside Out.” His contribution to the Academy Award-winning film – underlining the connection of emotions and interpersonal relationships and their impact. For this conversation, Keltner will highlight key insights from his research and how they played out in the film. Enter to win a pair of tickets for the May 31 event at Dallas City Performance Hall. The winner will also receive a copy of his bestselling book, “Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life.”
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