Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Monkeys’ Brains Synchronize As They Collaborate To Perform A Motor Task

Newswise imageScientists have previously shown that when one animal watches another performing a motor task, such as reaching for food, mirror neurons in the motor cortex of the observer’s brain start firing as though the observer were also reaching for food. New Duke research appearing March 29 in the journal Scientific Reports suggests mirroring in monkeys is also influenced by social factors, such as proximity to other animals, social hierarchy and competition for food.