Who we are, in context

Following themes previously discussed here concerning the relativistic self, Adam Alter reviews numerous psychological studies for the Times that demonstrate how environment unconsciously impacts behavior, and in doing so informs who we are. To quote: “These studies tell us something profound, and perhaps a bit disturbing, about what makes us who we are: there isn’t a single version of ‘you’ and ‘me.'” Read the full story.


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