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Emotions Key to Judging Others

March 24, 2010

the human brain A new study from MIT neuroscientists suggests that our ability to respond appropriately to intended harms--that is, with outrage toward the perpetrator--is seated in a brain region associated with regulating emotions. Full Story

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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