Considering Intentions of Others Tied to Structural Brain Changes

New research finds that a teenager’s ability to consider the intentions of others in regard to gauging fairness may be linked to structural changes in the brain’s cortex. These changes most likely show a synaptic reorganization in how brain regions connect and communicate with one another.

Read more: https://psychcentral.com/news/2017/09/14/ability-to-consider-intentions-of-others-tied-to-structural-brain-changes/125989.html

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