social reasoning

social reasoning

The processing of interpersonal cues as a means of copying or learning acceptable behavior.
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Our study proves that the hormone ramps up innate social reasoning skills, resulting in an emotional oversensitivity that can be detrimental in those who don't have any serious social deficiencies," he said.
Using the direction of others' gazes to determine what they can or can't see is a basic component of social reasoning in monkeys that, until now, has eluded researchers, contend Yale University researchers Jonathan I.
If ever there were a first principle of political thought, a bedrock premise on which all other political, legal, and social reasoning should be founded, it is that God is the Source of all rights.
Utilizing modern science gives societies a competitive advantage, but it also tends to erode the mythic thinking upon which human social reasoning has historically depended.
These factors should be assessed as a possible focus of rehabilitation and include problems in sustained, selective, or alternating attention, orientation to the occurrence and passage of events, memory, verbal reasoning and problem solving, perceptual or analytic abilities (nonverbal reasoning), social reasoning, and executive functioning (including self-monitoring and self-regulation)(e.
Georgio Coricelli of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences led a multinational team of researchers that measured activity in the regions of the brain associated with rewards and social reasoning while participants in the study participated in lotteries.
The frontal cortex facilitates social reasoning and analytical thinking.