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What is social neuroscience?

What is social neuroscience? We traditionally think of neuroscience as the study of the brain's function, but the brain controls so much of our thoughts and consciousness. Rebecca Saxe, Carole Middleton Career Development Professor in the department of brain and cognitive cciences at MIT, talks about the emerging field of social neuroscience.

Credit: National Science Foundation and Discover magazine

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