New Brain Scans – Regulating the Emotions of Others

What does it look like in the brain when you help to calm someone else who is experiencing distress? New research helps show which areas are activated, producing some interesting findings and implications.

 

Watch the video below to learn more about the research and what it means for us in everyday life.

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