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Video: Tania Lombrozo, The Primates Who Tell Stories

Did you miss our March 2016 Being Human event at Public Works featuring Tania Lombrozo? Or maybe you would like to revisit this talk about “The Primates Who Tell Stories.” We are pleased to bring you the video from this fascinating exploration of humans’ unique storytelling ability and how these “stories,” or explanations, are central to our sense of understanding the world around us.


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