Brain regions showing individual differences in social credibility assignment

Contributed by Park on May 13, 2017

Collection: Integration of individual and social information for decision-making in groups of different sizes

Description: Figure 5B. Whole-brain regression analysis between brain activity and the individual differences, Δσ represents the ratio between the credibility of social information in the large group and the credibility of social information in the small group. We found that the different activity in the bilateral frontopolar cortex (FPC) represented the individual differences in Δσ. That is, participants with greater activation in the FPC showed higher differences in the credibility that they assigned to the judgments of a larger group relative to those of a smaller group.

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