2022
DOI: 10.1111/jnc.15607
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Abstract: Humans are inherently social beings. Most of an individual's decisions and actions are made in response to other individuals (Cascio et al., 2015;Challis & Berton, 2015). Social influence processing is a fundamental neurobiological and psychological mechanism as our brain structure and our behavior are constantly shaped by our social experiences and social learning (Henrich & McElreath, 2003).

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“…Interestingly, we also suggest that dopamine and serotonin pathways may be associated with social cognition deficits and loss of empathy, which represents an early clinical feature in FTD (Toller et al, 2023). Dopamine, in addition to be linked to movement disorders, has long been known for its role in reward processing and emotional recognition (Fernandez et al, 2017;Schuster et al, 2022), and most recently a central role of serotonin circuits has been recognized in emotion regulation and social behaviour (Canli and Lesch, 2007;Kanen et al, 2021;Duerler et al, 2022).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…Interestingly, we also suggest that dopamine and serotonin pathways may be associated with social cognition deficits and loss of empathy, which represents an early clinical feature in FTD (Toller et al, 2023). Dopamine, in addition to be linked to movement disorders, has long been known for its role in reward processing and emotional recognition (Fernandez et al, 2017;Schuster et al, 2022), and most recently a central role of serotonin circuits has been recognized in emotion regulation and social behaviour (Canli and Lesch, 2007;Kanen et al, 2021;Duerler et al, 2022).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…Serotonin (5-HT) plays a broad role in cognition, affect regulation, and social influence (Duerler et al, 2022;Štrac et al, 2016). Additionally, serotonin has a role in the formation of social hierarchy with dominance in primates being associated with higher serotonin levels (Moskowitz et al, 2001;Raleigh et al, 1991;Raleigh et al, 1984).…”
Section: Serotoninmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Research on persuasion has revealed that people’s susceptibility to persuasive messages is related to activation in a nearby but more anterior part of the medial frontal cortex” (Izuma, 2013, p. 456). The neurobiological and neuropharmacological underpinnings of social adaptation are heavily influenced by serotonin levels effecting these regions of the brain (Duerler et al , 2022).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%