Gossip tells us who to avoid

People pay more attention to the faces of people they’ve heard negative gossip about, according to a study published in the journal Science. The authors show that participants unconsciously focussed on the faces of people who they had heard bad things about longer than those who they had heard good things about, despite the faces being visually similar.

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