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Studying Brain Response to Social Interaction

Studying Brain Response to Social Interaction
Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor Leyla Isik’s social vision research focuses on understanding how humans distill social information about others from what we see. “It’s just a ubiquitous thing that we’re always doing… You can’t stop looking at people and thinking about them,” Isik says. “Large portions of your brain are dedicated to recognizing these abilities, but we still don’t really understand how you do this.”  Read more about her research in the Spring 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.