Study: Warm hands lead to warm feelings

10/24/2008 | HealthDay News · NYTimes.com

Holding a cup of warm coffee or tea creates a warm feeling about a person across the table, while holding an iced drink has the opposite effect, researchers say. "Simply holding a warm or cold object can influence people's interpersonal judgments and decisions," said the lead researcher.

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