That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, easier read through than excerpted, but here is one bit: When no one can see our countenances, we may behave differently. One study found that children wearing Halloween masks were more likely to break the rules and take more candy. The anonymity conferred by masks may be making […] The post Why Americans Are Having an Emotional Reaction to Masks appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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To stem the coronavirus outbreak, European nations and even the United States are starting to adopt...To stem the coronavirus outbreak, European nations and even the United States are starting to adopt the wearing of masks in public, a practice long established in Asia.