children's brain self-family contrast negatively correlated with the relationship quality

Contributed by taehol on June 26, 2018

Collection: Love flows downstream: mothers’ and children’s neural representation similarity in perceiving distress of self and family

Description: we regressed family relationship quality onto neural activation when perceiving self vs family’s emotional distress and found negative correlations in several social brain regions as a function of adolescents’ family relationship quality. That is, adolescents who reported greater relationship quality showed lower differentiation of self and family in the social brain during empathic responding. Social brain regions of mothers were not modulated by the perceptual similarity for self and child

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