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Feedly What is it about her? You know the one. The attractive after that mysterious girl who walks into the room and all the single guys turn around to stare. They attend to her every move.
We do we find the people we don't understand more attractive? What's the connection between unpredictability and attractiveness? Why do nice guys lose all the time? In order to know the answers for those questions you basic to first know a bit add about the way the human common sense works. Every second too many pieces of information compete together for our attention. Each moment we are bombarded with information that arrives to our brain through our many senses. Assume what would happen if our brains gave attention to every sound, all image and every object we came across.
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