Mar 20 2015

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Eye Tracking — A Window To The Brain

Could it be that this window is even more transparent than we had realized. This piece released by the Huffington Post documents a research study done by Swedish, British and American researchers, established a connection between eye movement and moral decisions.

Here’s a quote: They found that the subjects’ moral decisions were significantly biased towards the word that they were looking at at the time of the decision. So if the participant was looking at the word “yes,” then they were 8 percent more likely to decide that murder is sometimes justifiable.


Eye tracking study reveals truths

Eye tracking as a window to the brain


So, the lesson here is….next time you’re planning on being untruthful, think about wearing sunglasses.

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