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We Strapped Neurosensors to Voters and Showed Them 2020 Campaign Ads

A glimpse into how political media—which is projected to hit a record $6 billion in spending—resonates with viewers

Photos: Neuro-Insight

By Joe Lazauskas and Shane Snow

InIn many ways, 2020 is shaping up to be the advertising election —and neuroscience could play a…




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