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For the fourth time, Bormor's arrow is attacking

For the fourth time, Bormor's arrow is attacking


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It seems the more often we see someone, the more attractive we will be. We can't talk about love at first sight, but there is a chance at fourth sight.

For the fourth time, Bormor's arrow is attacking

Employees at Hamilton College in New York showed photos of 22 young, independent men and women in the research and found that each face in the second round seemed more attractivelike first. Not only did the participants rate the images, but they also observed their brain activity. In the second round, the subjects saw the same in the first turn, the brain activity was also intensified. The recurring meetings in any case, they favor this phenomenon, "says the research leader Dr. Ravi Thiruchselvam.