Nina Slanevskaya. Interdisciplinary Neuroscience




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Social brain.


The field of study in neurosociology.


Neuroscientific explanation of social decision making.


Conscious moral decision and moral intuition.


Human relationbships and their collective and cortical representation.


Social expulsion and brain work.



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