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RSA Animate - Superfreakonomics

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  • Behaviour change
  • Social brain

Are we really as altruistic as we might like to think?

In the RSA's new animation series, we put into pictures Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner's case for re-evaluating the evidence.

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