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All the best ones aren’t taken

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2018 - Autumn


Molly Crockett, PhD, assistant professor of psychology, conducted a study with some counterintuitive conclusions about what we say versus what we prefer. Most people prefer to date or marry individuals who prioritize the good of their family and friends over strangers, which isn’t exactly altruistic. We want to feel good more than we want to be good.

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