The science of socializing: We are made for face-to-face communication; research shows our brains synchronize during a conversation

(Natural News) Recent research published in the Scientific Reports journal reveals that the brain waves of two people may readily match each other once they take part in a conversation. According to researchers at the Basque Centre on Cognition, Brain, and Language (BCBL), even normal everyday conversations may spur the brain waves of each speaker to work…

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