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The human brain is a wireless scanner of emotions

The human brain is a wireless scanner of emotions

Sheffield, 9 January 2018 (MIA) -- Researchers from Sheffield University say that the human brain is a wireless scanner of emotions, which is interconnected to others through a type of Wi-Fi.

According to the researchers, wavelike brain processes in the cerebrum observe, i.e., scan the behavior and social cues of people in their surroundings, which in turn shape the person's judgements about them.

When the brain activities of people are in agreement, or when we say that two or more individuals are "on the same wavelength," the group's socialization is more compact.

These people tend to go to the same music events, parties, or religious or other gatherings. mr/ik/11:24


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