Monkey Brain Area Keeps Count of Kindnesses

See on Scoop.itScience News

Monkeys might not be known for their generosity, but when they do seem to act selflessly, a specific area in their brains keeps track of these kindnesses.

Sakis Koukouvis‘s insight:

The primates have an altruistic ‘tally chart’ that keeps track of social rewards and gifts

See on www.scientificamerican.com

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