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Your Brain on Politics: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Liberals and Conservatives


Andrea Kuszewski


Rogue Neuron

November 02, 2012

Can neuroscience provide evidence for a liberal and conservative thinking style?


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Posted by Joern Pallensen  on  11/04  at  08:35 AM

In addition to brain-scans, we could measure people’s bicepts, study suggests.. http://sciencenordic.com/your-muscles-determine-your-vote

* “People” = Men only, as determining factor for women appears to be..LOOKS






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