Study: physiology and political psychology

It seems this one was skipped.

Oh, politics is biological?

Like a type? Or a Darwin thing maybe?

Which, which one has more children?

And that would be the simplest way to divvy, wouldn’t it?

approach-avoidant spectrum

maybe label it with letters or something I dunno

“we find that greater orientation to aversive stimuli tends to be associated with right-of-centre”


“greater orientation to appetitive (pleasing) stimuli with left-of-centre political inclinations.”




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