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Charity is uppermost in the brain


Neuroscientists have found the brain's charity spot: a region that determines whether we put others before ourselves. A team led by Scott Huettel and Dharol Tankersley of Duke University Medical Centre in North Carolina found that an area at the top and back of the brain is busier in more altruistic people.

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