When you see a photo of a group, do you look at yourself first? It turns out your brain is designed to do just that. According to a new research study, our brains are naturally self-centered; they prioritize “self” even when it would be smarter not to do so. This self-centeredness may have implications for how we make decisions.

More details on this catchy headline: “It’s not your fault—your brain is self-centered”  by MedicalXpress.com