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  • humans are social beings that thrive on working in groups

  • throughout history, we have enhanced our chances of survival

  • by collectively sharing things such as resources, knowledge, and workloads

  • alternatively, isolation or rejection from a group

  • could have decreased our survival chances

  • as a result, our brain is highly aware of our ongoing social status

  • and possible threats or rewards to this

  • today, the workplace is one of the biggest social environments the brain experiences

  • our brain is constantly providing us with feedback on our social interactions with others

  • we need to know when things are working in our favour

  • or when our social situation may be under threat

  • Our brain interprets our social interactions

  • through the use of neural pathways and chemical messages

  • commonly used for pleasure and pain

  • for example, when our brain recognises potential rewards from a social interaction

  • it releases chemicals along the same neural pathways associated with pleasure

  • making us feel physically good

  • when we feel threatened, rejected, or taken advantage of

  • the same pathways that tell us we are in physical pain are activated

  • our brains don't always operate in isolation to one another

  • we often trigger a threat or reward response to the people around us

  • we may not even realise we are doing this

  • so the next time you interact with someone at work

  • consider what social messages you may be sending

  • and the impact you may be having on their brain

humans are social beings that thrive on working in groups


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社会的な脳 (The Social Brain)

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