Human Enhancement

Confidence doesn't come just from the brain. Your body is playing a role too

The body is always shaping how we experience ourselves and the world around us. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

Micah Allen
Post Doctoral Researcher in Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL
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 These moving dots are believed to determine your decision-making and confidence
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 Unconscious changes in the body reverse the way our pupils signal confidence.
Unconscious changes in the body reverse the way our pupils signal confidence. Image: eLife
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