June 9, 2006

Espresso: The drink of Don Juans?

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A recent study has shown that Espresso changed the brain function so that people are more likely to agree with your views or be persuaded to do something that you want them to do. "There's some molecule in coffee that works on the mind's persuasion-agreement mechanism," said lead researcher Pearl Martin of Queensland University . Martin and her research group tried to change peoples’ minds about complex subjects like abortion and euthanasia. "The test group, which discussed the issues over a nice steaming espresso or cappuccino, were much more inclined to be flexible or to change their minds completely," Martin said .

Humm, so next time you are on a hot date, maybe you need to stop by for a nice espresso or cappuccino to finish off the night.

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Posted by Scott Martin at June 9, 2006 1:13 PM
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