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Social Mind

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Social Mind as  Firth (2007)defines it as that we have a social brain to interact with others and this social brain allows use make predictions about people’s actions bases it on their mental states. In Dunbar (1998), says that it may have been visual results and social interaction may have been the initial kickoff for primates to have large brains. Meaning, you need to have a large brain to process social cues of those around and then communicate back to those in the group, verbally or otherwise in the right manner and context.

Dunbar, R. I. (1998). The social brain hypothesis. brain, 9, 10.

Frith, C. D. (2007). The social brain?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 362(1480), 671-678. 

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