Are you thinking what I'm thinking? The secret of finding friends is all down to 'mind reading', say researchers

Are you thinking what I'm thinking? The secret of finding friends is all down to 'mind reading', say researchers

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Oxford researchers found that the area of the brain used to 'mentalise' - the technical term for imagining what's inside somebody else's head - is far larger in people with a lot of friends....
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