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Often we experience another individual’s perspective based on social cues without experiencing a specific event ourselves. For example, when we witness someone else undergo a frightening or painful ordeal, we may interpret their vocal or facial expressions such that we in turn become scared or hurt imagining how that person must be feeling. Transferring an emotional state from one person to another is known as emotional contagion, an elementary process of empathy that helps us form meaningful connections with each other. What remains unclear is how social cues can influence neural phenomena in emotional contagion and its associated behaviours. Lidhar et al. sought to understand the social cu

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