If there is a specific goal they want to accomplish, psychopaths are able to consider the thoughts of others, a new study reveals.
A new study reports the brain network that controls theory of mind, the ability to interpret the thoughts of others, is already developed in children as young as three.
A new study reveals an early origin for certain social phenomena, including dehumanizing and bias between social groups.
While it is easy for most of us to read the emotions of those around us at a given time, researchers suggest that people are also skilled at predicting future emotions in others, thanks to a mental model of emotional transitions.
Researchers discover brain areas in primates exclusively dedicated to analyzing social interactions.
Is belief in God innate in our brains, as if it were installed by some divine programmer? Or is spirituality a more complex evolving adaptation that has both helped and harmed us as a species? National Geographic's Brain Games asks Neuroscience News.
Researchers report ravens share some human ability to think abstractly about other ravens, and adapt their behavior by attributing their own perceptions to others.