Theoretical biologists using a primate-grooming computer model called GrooFiWorld concluded that monkeys are less calculating than previously thought when choosing whether to groom others, as the decision to do so likely results solely from fear. | Harper's Magazine

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Theoretical biologists using a primate-grooming computer model called GrooFiWorld concluded that monkeys are less calculating than previously thought when choosing whether to groom others, as the decision to do so likely results solely from fear.

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Theoretical biologists using a primate-grooming computer model called GrooFiWorld concluded that monkeys are less calculating than previously thought when choosing whether to groom others, as the decision to do so likely results solely from fear.

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