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The science behind why we take selfies
17 January 2014
The selfie has arguably become the greatest photographic trend of our
time. Why are we so interested in taking and sharing selfies and how
does observing an image of yourself differ from observing a picture of
someone else, asks Dr James
Kilner (UCL Institute of Neurology) on BBC News.