A bounty is a feature that we develop during the life experience, or our genes have an impact on?
Psychologists at the University of Buffalo's and the University of California, have conducted a new study that suggests that, although not exclusively so, as well tregohemi with others, is to some extent influenced by our genes. Studies have shown that there are two hormones, oxytocin and vasopressin, related to how we treat others. "This study found that through these two genes combined with people's personal perception of the world as a country more or less threatening, linked the expression of their generosity," said study author Michel Poulin.
Michel Poulin, assistant professor of psychology at UB, is author of the study "The Neurogenics of Niceness," published this month in the journal Psychological Science, a publication of the Association for the Science