Children Learn to Trust, Invest in Others at an Early Age

July 23, 2019

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Presented by Michigan News

U-M Psychology Professors Alexandra Rosati and Felix Warneken discover that preschool children already have an understanding of investment in others for mutual benefit and trust within economic transactions.

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