From social-signal detection to higher social cognition: an fMRI approach.

Abstract

Implicit or automatic detection of social signals, which discriminate animate, intentional objects in the environment, is essential for higher social cognition and its development. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we identified the neural substrate of detecting simple visual social signals and examined its functional link with the mechanism of… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/scan/nst119

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