Certain Foods May Up Our Willingness to Trust Others, Leiden University Study
10/23/2013 7:48:17 AM
Making a business deal or breaking up with your partner over dinner are relatively common practices. That’s because closing a deal over a meal fosters feelings of trust, while being on the verge of breaking up with someone creates the illusion of trust. Now, a new study has found that these feelings of trust might be real, and that they’re produced by the amino acid tryptophan.
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