children's brain self-family contrast negatively correlated with the perceptual similarity (ffa rsa value)

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: Greater perceptual similarity between self and family in adolescents was negatively associated with neural activation in several social brain regions including bilateral TPJ, PCC and mPFC, suggesting that greater similarly in the FFA at the encoding stage was associated with lower differentiation of self and family in the social brain processing for empathy.

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