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The Social Brain: Psychological Underpinnings and Implications for the Structure of Organizations

The social-brain hypothesis refers to a quantitative relationship between social-group size and neocortex volume in monkeys and apes. This relationship predicts a group size of approximately 150 for humans, which turns out to be the typical size of both social … Continue reading

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