Scientists Are Trying to Solve the Mystery of Awe

Past research has shown that awe appears to have psychological benefits, especially relating to altruism. A new study explains that: "Basically, evolutionarily, groups that were able to induce more experiences like awe were more cohesive, and thus cooperated better, and thus more effectively, than other groups who had less awe.”

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