Scientists identify neurons in the brain that drive competition and social behavior within groups

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Scientists identify neurons in the brain that drive competition and social behavior within groups

In mice, social ranking in a group was linked to the results of competition, and certain neurons in the brain stored this social ranking information to inform decisions. Manipulating the activity of these neurons could increase or decrease an animal’s competitive effort and therefore control their ability to successfully compete against others.

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