A new study concludes that social butterflies have more active amygdalas. Emily Dickinson and Henry David Thoreau beg to differ. Or, they would, if they weren't hiding under dining room tables or in cabins in the woods.
We are all taught basic social skills when we're very young: don't talk with your mouthful, always say please and thank you, etc. But what about those important social skills that can't really be taught?