Why We Trust Creepy Talking Products to Sell Us Things

Published on March 17, 2015

People are more likely to trust products than they are other human beings, according to research from Professor Ann McGill. Chicago Magazine breaks down McGill's research and links to her Becker Brown Bag discussion from March 2.

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