Study finds motivation to compete is stronger with in-group members than with outsiders

Humans not only cooperate, but also compete more with in-group members than with out-group members and strangers, a new cross-country social-psychological study shows. This ‘nasty neighbor effect’ came as a complete surprise to the researchers, until they started delving into animal studies. The study is published in Science Advances.

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