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Conventional wisdom has long assumed that talking about people in dehumanizing terms — as dogs or pigs or pests — was simply an extreme expression of dislike for them. But according to new research, dehumanization and dislike are processed by two completely separate regions of the brain, which suggests that they may be two different psychological processes.
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A new study in Science finds that when 25% of people in a group adopt a new social norm, it creates a tipping point where the entire group follows suit.
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