You Judge People Within A Second Of Meeting

We’d all like to think we give strangers the benefit of the doubt. New research proves otherwise. Our brains actually process opinions and judgments about people within milliseconds of meeting, according to a study conducted by folks at the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg in Breisgau, Germany.  Yep, in less than a second we assess whether someone is likable or not.  To come to these findings, researchers administered the Implicit Association Test, a measure used in psychology that detects a person’s immediate, often subconscious associations and attitudes between certain concepts. The test helps to determine a person’s initial reaction, since

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