What happens in our brain when we are talking to someone?

I recently came across with a TED post about how our brain is in communication according to the findings of Uri Hasson’s lab.

Across a different pipeline of studies, Hasson and colleagues show that when we are listening to someone our brain responses become coupled to the speaker ones. That means that our brains produce similar brain patterns when we engage in a conversation and, thus, our brains become in sync with the person we are speaking to. Isn’t that incredible?

If you want to know more details about the research, you can watch the TED Talk here.

 

Hope you enjoy it and get in synch with other people’s brain while spreading your ideas!

Sources

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