The Science Of Why You Trust Some People More Than Others
Researchers at Dartmouth College have mapped a part of the brain that they say makes you trust friends and strangers differently.By Ryan Biek | August 12, 2015
No trust, no teamwork. Seems obvious, right? Then why has it been so hard to study?
Because trust can take different forms. You can trust someone you don't know well when you take a risk together — like skydiving with an expert whose life is hooked to yours.
But on the flip side, your trust for a friend can outweigh facts and cloud your judgment.