Organizations Dec 1, 2017
Video: Exploring the Psychology of Trust
“People are making judgements about trustworthiness within 100 milliseconds.”
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From the instant we meet someone, our minds get to work making decisions about whether to trust them. So while we may think that we have time to make a good first impression at the office, people’s assessments of our trustworthiness form in less than a second.
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Adam Waytz, an associate professor of management and organizations at the Kellogg School, explains the research underpinning the psychology of trust.
Melissa Koenig, a developmental psychologist and director of the Early Language and Experience Lab at the University of Minnesota, discusses how studying children can teach us about how trust works.
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