Insults Trigger the Equivalent of a Slap to the Face in the Brain

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nsulting other people is not a good thing to do, we know that. Though we have all been guilty of it at some stage, no doubt. Similarly, we have all probably experienced insults of varying degrees. But what does this do to our brains?

Enter Marijn Struiksma et al. who investigated the brain and skin responses of three types of statement with a view to…

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Andy Hab

The brain and human behaviour, in business, society, learning, and health.