https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/12/201215082059.htm The researchers found several differences in the brains of lonely people. These brain manifestations were centred on what is called the default network: a set of brain regions involved in inner thoughts such as reminiscing, future planning, imagining and thinking about others. Researchers found the default networks of lonely
The impact of poverty on the developing brain: http://t.co/BbfdoZFSaF Psychology Today Magazine — John Marsden (@MarsdenTherapy) October 10, 2014 Recent studies show that the brains of poor children are impacted by poverty. An historical example of this claim, given by Robert Sapolsky, a leading researcher from Stanford, demonstrates this dramatically.