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Episode 5 | Mirroring Others
David measures the movement of facial muscles in two group of subjects and reveals why we mirror each other’s facial expressions - with important ramifications for botox-users.
David shows that a single word label can decide over how much you care for one in pain.
Humans come equipped with social antennae.
One man's transformation reveals something that we all unconsciously do every day.
This ability to feel another’s pain explains why stories can be so powerful.
Social pain activates the brain’s pain matrix.
Can genocide be understood as a neural phenomenon?
Propaganda plugs directly into neural networks, enabling dehumanization.