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  • Why Do You Get Goosebumps When You’re Scared? These 3 Studies Explain The Link

    Bustle - 11/01/2018

    Another study from Northeastern University in Boston found that some people actually have the ability to induce goosebumps, which would have been a valuable tool for staying safe in primitive times. The study found that people who were able to induce goosebumps, known scientifically as voluntarily generated piloerection, were more emotionally open.

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