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ocial neuroscience and hyperscanning techniques : Past , present and future

  title={ocial neuroscience and hyperscanning techniques : Past , present and future},
  author={abio Babilonia and Laura Astolfia},
This paper reviews the published literature on the hyperscanning methodologies using hemodynamic or neuro-electric modalities. In particular, we describe how different brain recording devices have been employed in different experimental paradigms to gain information about the subtle nature of human interactions. This review also included papers based on single-subject recordings in which a correlation 

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