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Social Media Memes Can Change Your Opinion

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April 1, 2013
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According to Scientific American, social memes seen on Facebook or Twitter can change your way of thinking. Researchers say that we all have the desire to fit in, and when we see our friends adhering to a certain way of thinking, like changing their Facebook pictures to the red marriage equality symbol, we want to seem like-minded and do so ourselves. Patrick Jones has the rest.


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