A new neuroimaging study provides an insight into the neurobiology of those willing to commit terrorist acts. Researchers consider the psychological and social factors which also contribute to radicalization, and discuss how inclusive societies could help in the fight against political violence.
People who express certain autistic traits, such as communication and social difficulties, but without a diagnosis of ASD, are at increased risk of suicide, a new study reports.
A neuroimaging study examines the brain's response to social exclusion.
People who appear warm and incompetent receive more support in social situations, a new study reports.
According to a new study, activation of the insula is reduced in young marijuana users when they face social exclusion.