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Unlike Humans, Bonobos Shun Helpers and Befriend the Bullies
Given a choice, bonobos tend to prefer people who act like jerks and dominate. That’s very different than humans, who even as infants consistently prefer people who are cooperative and not mean.
The Desirability of Storytellers
Among Filipino hunter-gatherers, storytelling is valued more than any other skill, and the best storytellers have the most children.
“Love Hormone” Experiment Shows How the Brain Tricks Us Into Making Friends
Stanford University scientists revealed that as bursts of oxytocin coincide with positive social interactions, our brains are overwhelmed with a feeling of reward.
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