Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Small fibs may lead to bigger lies

Neuroscientists say, small fibs might not be as harmless after all. Published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, a British study showed brain scans of the amygdala, which is the region that responds to unpleasant emotional experiences, the brain became desensitized with each successive falsehood. The brain responds less the more we lie. Researchers said, the result is a "slippery slope: What begins as small acts of dishonesty can escalate into larger transgressions." Blogger:Being Sane Takes Too Much Work

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