Parts Of Brain Involved In Social Cognition May Be In Place By Age Six

By scanning the brains of children ages 6 to 11 as they listened to children’s stories, researchers have for the first time investigated brain regions associated with social cognition in human children. Researchers found that one of the brain regions, the right tempero-parietal junction, appeared to change its function between the ages of 6 and 11.

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Parts Of Brain Involved In Social Cognition May Be In Place By Age Six

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