Renowned evolutionary anthropologist Professor Robin Dunbar explains how the very distant past underpins all of our current behaviours, and how we can best utilise that knowledge.
How Many Friends Does One Person Need?
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How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

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How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

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How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

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