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Your Brain Judges a Face’s Trustworthiness Before You Consciously See It — PsyBlog


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A new study that demonstrates this, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, suggests our unconscious perception of faces is more powerful than previously thought (Freeman et al., 2014).

Basically it undermines our ability to be logical when it comes to trust decisions. 

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