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Domain specificity versus process specificity: The "social brain" during strategic interaction

Rusch, Tessa and Charpentier, Caroline J. (2021) Domain specificity versus process specificity: The "social brain" during strategic interaction. Neuron, 109 (20). pp. 3236-3238. ISSN 0896-6273. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2021.09.035.

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Are social brain responses domain specific, or do domain-general but socially prevalent cognitive processes drive activity in this network? In this issue of Neuron, Konovalov et al. (2021) address this by dissociating general sociality from reactivity, one defining feature of social interactions.

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Official Citation:Tessa Rusch, Caroline J. Charpentier, Domain specificity versus process specificity: The “social brain” during strategic interaction, Neuron, Volume 109, Issue 20, 2021, Pages 3236-3238, ISSN 0896-6273,
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