Psychology - Jun 13, 2019
New neuroscience research suggests support-dependent modulation of responses to social exclusion Social support can change the way we perceive an unpleasant situation, but some types of support seem more effective than others. An international team of researchers led by Giorgia Silani from the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Vienna, has shown that negative feelings and brain responses are modulated by the type of social support we receive after being socially excluded.
Psychology - Life Sciences - May 20, 2019
Psychology - Life Sciences

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Psychology - Apr 12, 2018

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