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The Brain’s Reward Center And Synced Movement

Moving together in sync released endorphins, the feel-good hormones that are the neurochemical adhesive of human relations.

The reward centre of the brain, the right caudate, is stimulated and creates a positive feedback loop among the people in sync.

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We tend to sync ourselves with others without even realizing it. People wave or clap at the same time in concerts, rocking in sync. A study showed that if two people are in a rocking chair, they will automatically start rocking it in sync with each other.

Early humans devised ways to be and stay together using the same techniques, albeit unconsciously.

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