The brain’s neurological response to a single image reliably reveals whether a person holds liberal or conservative views
What political opinion a person holds is usually a reflection of his character. Biologically, there is basically only one question: How does the person react to an influence of auben, which can be interpreted as a threat?? It has always been exciting for researchers to observe how deeply this character trait is anchored in the brain and how constant it remains throughout a person’s lifetime. This constancy is so strong that there must be a biological basis for it.
In search of this, U.S. researchers have now taken a closer look at test subjects under the magnetic resonance tomograph. They describe their findings in the scientific journal Current Biology. The researchers wanted to determine the extent to which the brains of conservative and (in the U.S. meaning of the term) liberal minds differed. To do this, they first had to sort the test subjects into a group.