BrainPost, 24 August 2021
Social interactions lead to bursts of brain activity in the “social brain network”; a collection of different brain regions involved in social functioning. The right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ) is thought to play a crucial role in social-related brain activity. However, little is known about what the rTPJ and other brain regions do during these active periods, or if and how this activity differs depending on the specific social context. Read more.