We all know those moments. The electrifying seconds when the home team makes a goal, or bride says her vows, or the presidential favorite wins the election. The moments when an entire room full of people is feeling exactly the same way, at exactly the same time, because they share a common perspective.
The emotion runs high because everyone is riding the same roller coaster of events, each new twist and turn causing fresh reactions. Our emotions are jerked like rag dolls. The result looks so synchronized, it could be choreographed.
When we are all cheering for the same goal, both our bodies and our minds become synchronized. You throw your hands up at the same time as the rest of the stadium, and your brains are also doing the same thing. In each head, the visual cortex is processing the game, the motor cortex is holding up the arms, and…
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