Happy to Help Out

Morrison, Amy
November 2002
Mothering;Nov2002, Issue 115, p28
Reports on a study conducted at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia using magnetic resonance imaging to find the neurological effect of social cooperation in women. Game used to study the effect; Strength of neuronal signals during the course of study.


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