Turns Out Maybe We CAN Handle The Truth
Think about how often you tell white lies to protect someone from the pain of the truth? New research from the University of Chicago indicates that perhaps you should stop doing that.
Nice Accent, But Now I Don’t Trust You

But when the listener heard voices using a somewhat different accent, the areas of the brain involved in auditory processing were involved a lot more, and listeners seemed to focus on the tone of voice to determine trust.
Eat Avocados – Earn Cash
Fox News is reporting that the colleges are trying to recruit a total of 1,000 participants to help them determine the real value of the avocado.
Guilt Is Mankind’s Great Regulator
Those who rank high in guilt-proneness feel a greater sense of interpersonal responsibility when they are entrusted, and as such are less likely to exploit the trust others placed in them.

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