Why do we cringe at other people’s embarrassment?

Embarassment is a highly contagious emotion and easily shared between people. In this extract from The Interbrain, author Digby Tantam explores how the interbrain connection can explain why we so often cringe when other people display embarrassing or shameful behaviour.

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