Rather than being born with a fixed set of communication skills, bats learn how to communicate, a new study reports.
Researchers implicate the posterior superior temporal sulcus in our ability to process social interactions efficiently.
Researchers use big data analysis and large scale neural recordings to explore how the brain remembers and recalls negative social interactions.
Neuroimaging techniques allow researchers to use neural representations of social thought to predict autism diagnosis with 97 percent accuracy, a new study reports.
Sulforaphane, a chemical derived from broccoli sprouts, could help improve behavioral and social problems associated with ASD, a new study reports.
A new study reports conventional ideas of dominance and hierarchies in humans may not be as straightforward as believed.
An ecological perspective reveals how design, use and personalization of environment are involved in social behavior, identity expression and emotional experiences.
According to a new study, people with impulsive aggression have a weakened connection between areas of the brain associated with language processing, social interaction and sensory input.
A new neuroimaging study reveals real time eye contact is a basis for effective social communication. The study found eye contact between two people simultaneously activated the same areas of each person's brain.
A new video game fosters more social initiation that free play for those with ASD. The game also is effective at reducing repetitive behaviors and helps improve gestural expression.