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What Drives Us: The Biology Of Human Behavior

In his latest book, Robert M. Sapolsky explains why we do the things we do.
In his latest book, Robert M. Sapolsky explains why we do the things we do.
In his latest book, Robert M. Sapolsky explains why we do the things we do.
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In his latest book, Robert M. Sapolsky explains why we do the things we do.

In his latest book, "Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst," Robert Morris Sapolsky explores why we do the things we do. The neuro-endocrinologist is currently a professor of biology, neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford

He studied factors affecting a person on the exact moment a behavior occurs, and then works backward, ultimately ending up at the deep history of our species and its evolutionary legacy. Dr. Sapolsky recently spoke with Cincinnati ZooDirector Thane Maynard.

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