Who is to blame? Neural correlates of causal attribution in social situations.

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In everyday life causal attribution is important in order to structure the complex world, provide explanations for events and to understand why our environment interacts with us in a particular way. This study used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in 30 healthy subjects to separate the neural correlates of self vs. external responsibility for… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17470911003615997

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@article{Seidel2010WhoIT, title={Who is to blame? Neural correlates of causal attribution in social situations.}, author={Eva-Maria Seidel and Simon B. Eickhoff and Thilo Kellermann and Frank Schneider and Ruben C. Gur and Ute Habel and Birgit Derntl}, journal={Social neuroscience}, year={2010}, volume={5 4}, pages={335-50} }