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In the blink of an eye: People perceive sex ratio and threat of group in less than a second

New research shows people perceive the sex ratio of a group, and decide if the group is threatening or not, in half a second. The perceptions of the number of men in the group are accurate, according to the research.
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(Society for Personality and Social Psychology) New research from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) shows people perceive the sex ratio of a group, and decide if the group is threatening or not, in half a second. The perc...

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