Knocking Wood Could Help Avoid Trouble

Published on October 22, 2013

Research by professor Jane Risen, discussed in a recent NPR piece, suggests that old-fashioned superstitions, especially those in which force is exerted away from the body, can make us less fearful of future events.

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