Social Minds Sync Alike.

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Summary of "Social Minds Sync Alike."

In this issue of Cell, Zhang and Yatsev, 2019 and Kingsbury et al. (2019) provide insight into the emergence of synchronized neuronal activity between prefrontal cortices of two brains that share the same social context via electrophysiology recordings in bats and calcium-imaging in mice.


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Name: Cell
ISSN: 1097-4172
Pages: 272-274


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