research data . Dataset . 2018 . Embargo end date: 30 Mar 2019

The "Social Brain" Is Highly Sensitive To The Mere Presence Of Social Information: An Automated Meta-Analysis And An Independent Study

Ivy F. Tso1,2*, Saige E. Rutherford1, Yu Fang1, Mike Angstadt1, & Stephan F. Taylor1,2;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2018
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Abstract
<p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>How the human brain process social information is an increasingly researched topic in psychology and neuroscience, advancing our understanding of basic human cognition and psychopathologies.&nbsp; Neuroimaging studies typically seek to isolate one specific aspect of social cognition when trying to map its neural substrates.&nbsp; It is unclear if brain activation elicited by different social cognitive processes and task instructions are also spontaneously elicited by &nbsp;general social information.&nbsp; In this study, we investigated whether these brain regions are evoked by the mere presence of social information using an ...
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free text keywords: social cognition; fMRI; affective neuroscience; emotion; neuroimaging., Neuroscience, Evolutionary Biology, Sociology, Science Policy, 111714 Mental Health, 69999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified
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Science and Innovation Policy Studies
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research data . Dataset . 2018 . Embargo end date: 30 Mar 2019

The "Social Brain" Is Highly Sensitive To The Mere Presence Of Social Information: An Automated Meta-Analysis And An Independent Study

Ivy F. Tso1,2*, Saige E. Rutherford1, Yu Fang1, Mike Angstadt1, & Stephan F. Taylor1,2;