Leaders Are Born, Not Made, Fish Study Finds: Scientific American

See on Scoop.itNeurovium: Neuroscience at the intersection of Philosophy, Logic, Biology & Physics

An experiment to train bold stickleback fish to be followers and shy fish to be leaders produces unexpected results

Nima Dehghani‘s insight:

"… Evolutionary theories suggest that boldness and leadership can coevolve through positive feedback. Individuals who force their preferences on others are more likely to be followed, which in turn encourages these individuals to initiate more often…."

See on www.scientificamerican.com

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