Daniel Sznycer

  • How negatively others will perceive them sets the level of shame people implicitly feel about a potential action

  • Support for redistribution is a function of compassion, self-interest and envy — but not fairness

  • Humans correctly forecast the personal qualities valued in their local population and generate pride accordingly

  • Research by UCSB scientists demonstrates that shame evolved as a mechanism for protecting social relationships

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