Café Inquiry - Morality and the Brain (Dearborn)

Thursday, September 7, 2017, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
W Institute, 5232 Oakman Blvd, Dearborn, MI, View Map


Café Inquiry is a casual event starting with a short 10-15 minute introduction of the day's topic followed by open discussion.

The topic for this month will be "Morality and the Brain" with Dr. Adnan Jaber.

Adnan Jaber completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology at the University of Detroit Mercy , where he also received his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology in 2010. Adnan Completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Lawrence Technological University in 2007. Adnan is currently working as a clinical psychologist at a local psychiatric hospital and is an adjunct professor at the University of Detroit Mercy. Adnan completed an APA-accredited internship at the Aurora Mental Health Center in Colorado. His current research interests include moral judgment and reasoning and applying EEG Technology to various questions and theories in moral psychology. Adnan is also interested in consciousness and the mind-body problem. He is currently in the process of brainstorming ideas with previous professors to utilize EEG technology as a tool to highlight the relationship between brain and consciousness. Adnan’s clinical interests include Integrated primary care and working with students in various counseling and academic settings. Adnan enjoys reading, soccer, and spending time with his wife and two kids.

Members are welcome to propose and schedule a topic which would be of interest toward establishing a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values.

Café Inquiry Allen Park meets on the first Wednesday of every month.

Additional Details

To find the group, look for table signs with the Center for Inquiry–Michigan logo.

Food & Beverages are available for purchase.

Center for Inquiry Michigan values full participation for all attendees at all of our events, including participation from individuals with disabilities. Requests for reasonable accommodation may be made by contacting the event host at least three days prior to the event (contact information is below).

Cost: Free

Contact: Wissam Charafeddine,