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Greed is out, empathy is in, says an internationally renowned zoologist. His studies of primates are changing the scientific community’s understanding of human nature and offer lessons for a kinder society.
- Frans de Waal psychology professor at Emory University; author of "Chimpanzee Politics" and "Our Inner Ape;" director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center
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