"Psychological trick turns your yes into a no" - Pop science magazine visited the Choice Blindness Lab
By 8 - Published 24 June 2018
Due to the upcoming Swedish election later on this fall, the pop science magazine Forskning & Framsteg visited the Choice Blindness Lab a crisp winter day to witness one of the ongoing political opinion experiments. The journalist got a glimpse on how some of the lab's studies are conducted. Read the full story here [sorry, in Swedish only]: https://fof.se/tidning/2018/6/artikel/psykologiskt-trick-gor-ditt-ja-till-ett-nej
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