Dunbar's number is a suggested cognitive limit to the number of people with
whom one can ... By using the average human brain size and extrapolating from
the results of ... the number also inclu...
Nov 14, 2013 ... SAN DIEGO — Being a social butterfly just might change your brain: In people
with a large network of friends and excellent social skills, certain ...
Jan 8, 2014 ... If all the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players, everyone
you talk to has a certain role. It turns out, however, that the actors ...
Jan 25, 2010 ... Facebook can't make your brain care for more than 150 people, ... to manage 150
friends no matter how many people they are in touch with.
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Nov 21, 2013 ... Is the number of friends you have related to your brain? Researchers found that
there seems to be a link between a person's brain connectivity ...
Dec 18, 2014 ... Research suggests there is a limit on how many friends your brain can handle.
And, as this episode of BrainCraft explains, it's probably lower ...
Aug 26, 2014 ... According to Science, You Actually Can Have Too Many Friends. There's a
maximum number of relationships your brain can handle, says ...
Feb 12, 2011 ... How Many Friends Can Your Brain Hold? By ... the "orbital" region tends to
handle the processing of social information—that is, assessing the ...
Jan 24, 2010 ... The number is 150, meaning your brain can only handle that many friends, and
— shockingly enough — it also applies to Facebook.
Feb 3, 2016 ... Certain brain areas are enlarged and white-matter tracts were better connected
in people with larger social networks. Being a social butterfly ...