Archive | March, 2012

My Dunbar’s Number List

British anthropologist, Robin Dunbar, came up with the idea in a seminal 1992 essay, that the maximum number of stable relationships that a human can cope with is around 150. This is based on the development of the neocortex and also represents the approximate size of social groupings in hunter-gatherer societies. More information at good […]

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