Mathews Journal of Neurology

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Previous Issues Volume 7, Issue 1 - 2023

Social Neurocognition: A Brief Review of Some Aspects

Samah Khaled Zahran*

Personality and social psychologist, Ain Shams University, Egypt

*Corresponding author: Prof. Dr. Samah Khaled Zahran, Personality and social psychologist, Ain Shams University, Egypt, Email: [email protected]

Received Date: December 19, 2022

Published Date: January 17, 2023

Citation: Zahran SK, et al. (2023). Social Neurocognition: A Brief Review of Some Aspects. Mathews J Neurol. 7(1):22.

Copyrights: Zahran SK, et al. © (2023).

ABSTRACT

This article review briefly, two contradicting aspects of social cognition; prejudice and stereotype, from one side; "antisocial", empathy, from the other side; (prosaically). While prejudice and stereotype involve social cognition and social behavior that being against others, including discrimination, differentiation, empathy, on contradict involves not only emotion, social cognition that go with others, but also, social behavior that join as one unity with others. What are physiological process that involved in all these aspects, within human neurons and brain? Are they common aspects in these different processes? The article reviews briefly each aspect, and then concludes for further researches.

Keywords: Empathy, Prejudice, Social cognition, Social Cognitive Neuroscience, Stereotype.


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