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Is the "Social Brain" a Separate System?

News   Oct 19, 2020 | Original story from the National Researchers University Higher School of Economics

 
Is the "Social Brain" a Separate System?

Three members of one of the intellectual sports teams use an MR-compatible communicator system within the setup for the main experiment. The photograph is published with the permission of the participants. Credit: Shpurov et al.

 
 
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