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Default How 'wi-fi' connects human brains and explains why people have 'gut feelings'

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Humans brains are interconnected through type of 'wi-fi' which allows us to pick up far more information about other people than we are aware of, a leading professor claims.

Prof Digby Tantum, Clinical Professor of Psychotherapy, at the University of Sheffield, believes that language plays only a part in how humans communicate and that actually the brain is working hard to pick up tiny micro-signals that communicate what a person is thinking.

It explains how people often have a ‘gut feeling’ or intuition about a person or situation even if they cannot logically determine why.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2...-gut-feelings/

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