LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - Neuroscientist Richard Davidson talked about his research that inspired the La Crosse Compassion Project to more than 500 people at Viterbo University on June 3.
Davidson told the audience at the "La Crosse Compassion Project Live!" that compassion is best learned as a skill and "Communities like La Crosse are investing in ways I think will pay off as children develop."
Above you'll be able to watch Davidson's entire speech from the event.
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