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Guess who? Chimpanzee faces reveal family relationships

Researchers from the University of St Andrews have shown for the first time that not only do wild chimpanzees tend to look like their family members, but also some relationships are easier to detect than others.

Why do we learn to reward cooperation?

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Plön show that reputation plays a key role in determining which rewarding policies people adopt. Using game theory, they explain why individuals learn to use rewards to specifically ...

Who do you think you are? What does your avatar say about you?

When using social virtual reality, people hide behind avatars. But is it really hiding or is it a way to express our new digital selves? A new Trinity study published in the Journal of Digital Social Research suggests it ...

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