According to researchers, the brain uses 'older' brain systems to process emotions expressed through vocalizations.
Researchers report children with speech-language disorders or developmental language disorders have greater difficulty in regulating their emotions. The study also found the way in which parents manage their emotions has an impact on a child's ability to deal with their emotions.
A new study reveals why we have a lateral preference when it comes to displaying social emotions. Researchers say that while handedness plays a part in why we prefer to hug or kiss on one side, emotional content also plays a role.
Studying human-machine interactions, researchers found that during the pandemic, people are not only more altruistic to other humans, their behaviors also extend to machines. This may be explained by the growing popularity of digital assistants, such as Alexa.
Using fMRI neuroimaging to evaluate the emotional state of people playing video games, researchers found different emotional components recruit several neural networks in parallel distribution throughout the brain. The transient synchronization between the different emotional components translates to different emotional states.
Study reveals the formal characteristics and content types that make those feel-good movies "feel good".
Part of the brain associated with empathy showed stronger activation when study participants watched the suffering of hateful people, as opposed to those who were more likable, researchers discover.
Men who have prior experience with psychedelic drugs have a reduced likelihood of engaging in violence against their partner, a new study reports.
The relationship between typically developing children and siblings with intellectual disabilities is more positive than the relationship between typically developing siblings.
Inter-Dream, a new immersive virtual reality system developed by researchers and artists, can ease you into the right frame of mind for a restful night's sleep.