Neuroscience studies provide evidence of positive impact of social interaction

Published on July 12, 2016 at 9:39 AM Animals prefer contact with other animals rather than drug consumption. This has been shown by neuroscience studies providing first-time evidence of the positive impact of social interaction and opening up new therapeutic avenues. Researchers at the Medical University of Innsbruck have shown that drug addicted animals prefer animal companions over drugs. Quelle: Rawpixel.com After talking things over with one’s best friend, the world is a happier place again. – People who have made this experience know just what positive effects social interaction can have on one’s sense of well-being. Researchers from Innsbruck now set out to conduct neurological investigations to establish how much potential there really is in social interaction with one’s peers. Using animal tests, the neurobiologist Rana El Rawas and…


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