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Behind the Mind: The Science of Bias

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Welcome to Behind the Mind! I’m a student who researches neuroscience and can explain in less than 4 minutes why our minds can make silly mistakes and how you can avoid them. Discover the inner workings of your mind, fast and easy. Hit subscribe for quick insights! 🧠

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