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People who are selfish tend to have fewer children and lower salaries than those who are not, a new study reveals. Researchers from the University of Stockholm are suggesting the concept that selfish people accrue more money thanks to their thrifty ways is nonsense after it found that people who engage in selfless behaviour are in fact more likely to receive a higher income and have larger families. READ MORE. The results were based on analyses of four major studies of 60,000 Americans and Europeans, which measured selfishness through attitudes and reported behaviour. In collaboration with the Institute for Futures Studies and the University of South Carolina, researchers at Stockholm Univ... Full story

18 October