Playing with dolls as a small child helps develop social skills and empathy. Doll play activates the posterior superior temporal sulcus, an area of the brain associated with social processing and behaviors.
The activity of the temporoparietal junction becomes significantly suppressed during trust decisions when people feel threatened, a new study reports.
Researchers implicate the posterior superior temporal sulcus in our ability to process social interactions efficiently.
A new study reports researchers have identified the area of the brain they believe to be responsible for recognizing human facial expressions.