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Playground roughhousing has long been a tradition of children and adolescents, much to the chagrin of several generations of parents who worry that their child will be hurt or worse, ... More>
What are the biological underpinnings of human social behavior? Is it possible for brain research to provide the same degree of insight into human interaction that it recently has into ... More>
Why Does Rejection Hurt? Exploring the Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Experience and Regulation of Pain Naomi I. Eisenberger University of California, Los Angeles Executive Control and Social Behavior Jennifer S. ... More>
Social neuroscience assumes that the essential mechanisms of mind and behavior can only be explained by a partnership between biological and social approaches. Researchers in social neuroscience use various methodologies ... More>
In this guest column, Lisa Feldman Barrett, an emotions researcher who employs a wide range of methodologies, reflects on starting up a new line of expertise, with some tips for ... More>