Prosocial Behavior

Prosocial Behavior - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 27th May, 2018 - 8:13pm

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Prosocial Behavior

Which role does the brain play in prosocial behavior? This study suggests that our tactile cortices, primarily evolved to perceive touch and pain on our body, have an important social function. They contribute to prosocial decision-making by helping to transform the sight of bodily harm into an accurate feeling for how much pain the victim experiences. This feeling is necessary to adapt our helping to the needs of others. Source 8m.

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