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08 April 2011

Political views reflected in brain structure

A new report reveals that differences in political orientation are tied to differences in the very structures of our brains.

We all know that people at opposite ends of the political spectrum often really can't see eye to eye. Now, a new report published in Current Biology reveals that those differences in political orientation are tied to differences in the very structures of our brains.

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