It’s rare when real-world events perfectly mirror experiments that scientists are conducting. That’s why neuroscientists at the University of Washington were delighted at the reactions of former President George W. Bush and Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki when an Iraqi reporter flung his shoes toward the two men during a Baghdad news conference.
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