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  • Nora Hottendorf

    Science Reveals Why We Brag So Much- "talking about ourselves—whether in a personal conversation or through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter—triggers the same sensation of pleasure in the brain as food or money. Harvard University neuroscientists have uncovered the reason: It feels so rewarding, at the level of brain cells and synapses, that we can't help sharing our thoughts. "

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  • Jane Wang

    Why we like to share and talk about ourselves by Robert Lee Holtz, wsj: Harvard neuroscientists Diana Tamir and Jason Mitchell find that self disclosure triggers the same sensation of pleasure in the brain as food or money. (The aha of social media?) http://tinyurl.com/7aeyqft #Science #Diana_Tamir #Jason_Mitchell #wsj #Robert_Lee_Hotz

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