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Bonobos Might Not Be So Laid-Back after All
Scientific American
Given a choice, most humans would rather spend their time with nice people and avoid befriending jerks. Developmental psychologists have even found that by three months of age, human infants can tell the difference between the two—and seem to prefer
Unlike Humans, Bonobos Shun Helpers And Befriend The BulliesWLRN
Bonobos prefer jerksEurekAlert (press release)
Bonobos prefer bad guysCosmos
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Published On: Thu, Jan 4th, 2018

Bonobos Might Not Be So Laid-Back after All – Scientific American


Scientific American

Bonobos Might Not Be So Laid-Back after All
Scientific American
Given a choice, most humans would rather spend their time with nice people and avoid befriending jerks. Developmental psychologists have even found that by three months of age, human infants can tell the difference between the two—and seem to prefer ...
Unlike Humans, Bonobos Shun Helpers And Befriend The BulliesWLRN
Bonobos prefer jerksEurekAlert (press release)
Bonobos prefer bad guysCosmos
Newsweek -Alphr -Science Daily -Daily Mail
all 9 news articles »

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