How Does The Brain Decide Who To Trust?

Former CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite was called "the most trusted man in America." But how does the brain decide someone is trustworthy? Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio explains the brain processes that establish trust, and why some inspire more trust than others.

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