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The Center for Mind and Culture’s radically interdisciplinary approach to discovery connects researchers around the world; breaking down intellectual silos and generating creative solutions to complex problems.

At CMAC, we utilize cutting edge technology and academic expertise to explore pressing issues in the mind-culture nexus. Researchers at CMAC tackle complex social problems such as illegal child trafficking, religious self-radicalization, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, social integration of immigrants and refugees, and many other critical issues arising within our world. By approaching these problems from a framework that considers both biological and cultural perspectives, CMAC finds new solutions that haven’t been tried before.

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Becerra, T. A., Massolo, M. L., Yau, V. M., Owen-Smith, A. A., Lynch, F. L., Crawford, P. M., … Croen, L. A. (2017). A Survey of Parents with Children on the Autism Spectrum: Experience with Services and Treatments. The Permanente Journal21, 16–009. http://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/16-009
Human Trafficking Statistics: The Meaning. 20 July 2016. Erase Child Trafficking. Retrieved from https://www.erasechildtrafficking.org/statistics-of-human-trafficking/.
Rosston, K. (2016) Suicide in Montana: Facts, Figures, and Formulas for Prevention. Montana DPHHS. Retrieved from https://dphhs.mt.gov/Portals/85/suicideprevention/SuicideinMontana.pdf.