Why We Think That Trustworthy People Look Like Us

Lots goes in to whether we consider someone trustworthy—their flair, their credit rating, whether or not they wear a top hat and Snidely Whiplash twirled moustache. Past studies have shown that we’re more inclined to trust people who look like us. However, a recent study has found that it works … Read More

How Money Changes Trust

Money is a fickle mistress. According to a new study published in PNAS, introducing money into a small group causes a drop in trust, but doing the same to a larger group will increase trust. In the study, participants in groups that ranged in size from two to thirty two … Read More

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