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# human-behaviour - Tuesday 17 October, 2017

Whales and dolphins have tight-knit social groups and 'human-like' cultures and societies

The study links the complexity of cetacean culture and behaviour to the size of their brains.

# human-behaviour - Saturday 29 July, 2017

Sleep or sex? The battle between the two could be wired into our brains

Research on the common fruit fly suggests they also have the same battle.

# human-behaviour - Wednesday 14 December, 2016

Tests on toddlers 'can show who's likely to end up behind bars'

The results should make it possible to deliver help to young kids at risk at an early stage, according to the study.

# human-behaviour - Thursday 16 May, 2013

Do you like to tell a fib? Don't worry, it's part of evolution

Trinity College scientists have found that humans’ ability to lie to each other may have evolved because of our cooperative nature.