Simple Socializing Leads To A Bigger Brain For Most Mammals

Simple Socializing Leads To A Bigger Brain For Most Mammals

A new study from the University of Oxford has revealed that highly social mammals developed larger brains over time.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 30 november 2010

Do you ever wish you could increase your brain size and improve your intellectual capacity?

Researchers at the University of Oxford recently conducted the first study to chart the evolutionary history of the brain across different species of mammals over the course of 60 million years. The major discovery, they concluded, was that there was a large difference between mammals that socialized frequently and those that did not.

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