Close Friends Light up Medial Prefrontal Cortex more than Strangers


The research subjects’ brain regions responded more to questions regarding their close friends than they did to strangers with similar interests. The experiments attempt to show that social closeness is used more than similarity of beliefs when evaluating others in some tasks relying on the medial prefrontal cortex region of the brain. (via.)


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