Social pain may be tied to physical pain, researchers say

03/5/2014 | Medical News Today

An Italian study suggested experiencing social pain or seeing a friend experience it may trigger actual physical pain. The study in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience measured brain activity using functional magnetic resonance imaging as study participants played a social exclusion game or were exposed to mild pain.

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