Brain Center for Social Choices Discovered in a Poker Study, Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision Science Reveals
7/6/2012 7:27:25 AM
Although many areas of the human brain are devoted to social tasks like detecting another person nearby, a new study has found that one small region carries information only for decisions during social interactions. Specifically, the area is active when we encounter a worthy opponent and decide whether to deceive them.
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