If someone you barely know talks to you really close, it may feel like they’re invading your personal space. For some it may seem that they don’t have a sense of it, so why is that? Is it because of cultural differences or is there more to it?
BrainCraft summarized a few studies that were done, which identify the amygdala playing a role with our social interactions with people. We also have four different space bubbles that determine who are allowed in them and how close they can get to us.