Trayvon Martin Killing and New Psychology Study on Gun Perception Whip Media Into Frenzy
Pyschology professors at Notre Dame and Purdue University this week announced a study showing that a person carrying a gun is more likely to "see guns in the hands of others."
"I think it's dangerous to try to take a singular event and know exactly what occurred in someone's mind at that instance in time," Brockmole says. "We don't want to politicize our results; they don't have a political purpose. We're not here to argue gun control or make any claim about culpability."
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