Social interactions set humans apart from other primates

12/22/2011 | ScienceDaily

Researchers compared the evolution of primate social groups to that of humans and found that humans possess a greater breadth of social interaction abilities, and this is likely made possibly by greater brain power. Once primates and human ancestors became diurnal group dwellers, they began spending time in groups, which increased social interactions.

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