ScienceDirect - Frontal temporal and parietal systems synchronize within and across brains during live eye-to-eye contact

Thread posts

See all posts in this thread below.

  • User
  • Message
  • Actions
    • Published: 08-08-2017 01:05 am
    • Communication changes the physics of the brain and is specific for different partners.

      "In accordance with the functional synchrony hypothesis, cross-brain coherence during eye-to-eye contact relative to eye-to-picture gaze increased for signals originating within left superior temporal, middle temporal, and supramarginal gyri as well as the pre- and supplementary motor cortices of both interacting brains. These synchronous cross-brain regions are also associated with known language functions, and were partner-specific (i.e., disappeared with randomly assigned partners)."

      http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811917304871
  • User
  • Message
  • Actions

Related

You might be interested in.