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New faculty research shows how social factors influence brain processing →

Oct 9, 2012, by Mike McNulty, in General News

New research co-authored by assistant professor Lisa Aziz-Zadeh shows how social factors, such as interpersonal liking, can influence brain processing. Read a summary of the research, Do you like me now?, on USC News, and view the full article Interpersonal Liking Modulates Motor-Related Neural Regions online at PLOS ONE.