Many people lucky enough to have grown up with doting grandmothers know that they can burnish a child’s development in unique and valuable ways. Now, for the first time, scientists have scanned grandmothers’ brains while they’re viewing photos of their young grandchildren — providing a neural snapshot of this special, inter-generational bond.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B published the first study to examine grandmaternal brain function, conducted by researchers at Emory University.
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Beautiful picture that captures the emotion of the moment 🙂
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Thanks, Vinny! Always nice to hear from you. Have a lovely holiday!