Mirrored Lives

People exhibit less prejudice when they’re in the presence of a mirror, Dutch researchers have shown. … Mirrors make us more aware of our public appearance, and therefore remind us of the need to fall in line with social norms.

More here.  I suspect social networking also makes our lives more "mirrored" – we are more aware of how we appear to others and that others are watching us.  Welcome to the transparent society.  HT to Tyler.

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