Our rational thinking is affected by bodily quirks

Yahoo News India:

We are actually kidding ourselves when we take pride in our rational thinking – who knows when it may be hijacked by quirks.

One particularly powerful influence may be our own bodies, according to new research conducted by cognitive scientist Daniel Casasanto, from the New School for Social Research, New York.

He has shown that quirks of our bodies affect our thinking in predictable ways, across many different areas of life, from language to mental imagery to emotion.

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