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How can science read your mind?

How cool would it be to read minds? Of course that's not possible. Or is it? Social psychologist Rima-Maria Rahal (Tilburg University) explains how science might have an answer.

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Dr. Rima-Maria Rahal

Dr. Rima-Maria Rahal is a social psychologist at Tilburg University

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