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How the Brain Thinks About Cooperation

News   Mar 27, 2019 | Original story from Hokkaido University

 
How the Brain Thinks About Cooperation

Experimental setup: subjects were placed into two fMRI scanners and attempted to align the cursor shown on their displays by adjusting the amount of force they applied to a grip strength tester. Credit: Abe M. O. et al., Neural correlates of online cooperation during joint force production, NeuroImage, February 7, 2019.)

 
 
 

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