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Something Smells Fishy

It’s more than a metaphor. The subtle scent of rotting fish raises suspicion. We don’t only become suspicious of the fishy smell itself, but to whatever task that happens to be occupying our attention. Researchers Norbert Schwarz and Spike Lee (not that Spike Lee) write in their paper:  “… exposure to fishy smells is sufficient…

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