Selected Media Coverage
Define the relationship. NPR ("Innovation Hub," WGBH & Public Radio International).
How your brain's chemistry affects the friends you choose. The Today Show/NBC.
You share everything with your bestie. Even brain waves. The New York Times.
Brain scans reveal that friends really are on the same wavelength. Los Angeles Times.
Friends are similar deep in the brain. Psychology Today.
A brainy new way of looking at friendship. Pacific Standard.
What makes us vibe. Scientific American.
Locked in: What neuroscience is telling us about friendships. NPR ("AirTalk," KPCC).
Friends share more than interests, their brains are similar too. CBC Radio ("Quirks & Quarks").
Friendship on the brain. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science Update
Similarities in brain activity could be used to predict friendships. The Independent.
Friends really are on the same wavelength, brain scans show. The Telegraph.
Your brain can predict who you'll be friends with depending on how you see the world. International Business Times.
If you hit it off, brain coupling's going on. New Zealand Herald.
A brain scan can reveal which people you’re friends with. New Scientist.
Your brain reveals who your friends are. Science Daily.
Brain scans reveal who your true friends are. Live Science.
What this video will do to your friends' brains. SciShow (YouTube).
The brain boasts its own social network. Scientific American.
It's not all in your head. The Boston Globe.
How universal is body language? Psychology Today.
One brain area processes time, space and social relationships. Scientific American Mind.
How our brains go the distance. National Geographic.
Thinking in distance. Northeast Public Radio.