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  • The Subconscious and Strategic Resource Recruitment

    by Daniel R. Hawes in Psychology Today "Research involving subliminal priming tends to instantly grab people's attention, I guess, because there is simply something very enticing, but simultaneously disturbing about the idea that the subconscious might have significant power over our conscience...
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  • Deciding How to Decide

    by Greg Boustead in Seed "It all started with Cheerios. Jonah Lehrer was once again standing in a supermarket aisle, crippled by the thought of which variety of whole-oat goodness to buy: honey nut or apple cinnamon. “It was an embarrassing waste of time,” he says, “and yet it happened to me all...
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  • Ability to Guess Others' Thoughts Tied to Language Proficiency

    by Nicole Branan in Scientific American "What’s this guy thinking? Does he know what I know? Most of us develop the ability to make inferences about what other people might be thinking, the hallmark of “theory of mind,” at age four. Scientists have long known that the acquisition of language plays...
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