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Empathy? Surprising study shows that brains process the pain of villains more than the pain of people we like

A counterintuitive findings from a new study show that the part of the brain that is associated with empathizing with the pain of others is activated more strongly by watching the suffering of hateful people as opposed to likable people.
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