Andy’s Quick Hits (36): Brain differences between agreeable and disagreeable people

I wrote post a few days ago (which proved very popular) on how power can make people less caring and more likely to assign blame and punish individuals. The surprise about that research was it was power itself and not individual differences that predicted these less pleasant behaviours.

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