Helping Out Family Members Is A Biological Duty

In a recent study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, anthropologists have introduced a new theory on kin selection based on moral regulation of behavior and how it’s impacted by social norms. Their findings show that our propensity for helping family members, including distant ones, may have less to do with liking them and more to do with our duty, responsibility, and reputation.

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