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Humans are fundamentally social and tend to create emergent organizations when interacting with each other; from dyads to families, small groups, large groups, societies, and civilizations. The study of the neuronal substrate of human social behavior is currently gaining momentum in the young field of social neuroscience. Hyperscanning is a neuroimaging technique by which we can study two or more brains simultaneously while participants interact with each other. The aim of this article is todoi:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00242 pmid:27252641 pmcid:PMC4879135 fatcat:edhqc2zizrhkzpbwk3rwqrzkm4