We Aren't Born Social – We Become That Way, Israeli Research Suggests

A revolutionary theory by Dr. Shir Atzil could have far-reaching implications with regard to parenting

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Illustration: Lior Gal
Gid'on Lev
Gid'on Lev

Sociality is one of the most pronounced traits of the human species. Their ability to connect, to befriend and to cooperate made it possible for our ancestors to hunt immensely stronger mammoths, to build pyramids and to develop steam engines and search engines. It’s probably the one trait that contributed more than any other to humans’ domination of the planet.

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