Do individuals behave the same when they are alone as they do in social settings? For people, the answer is “no.” But what about animals such as fish? …
In The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior, Robert Prechter observed that many animals “herd, flock, school and swarm, including fish, insects such as ants and bees, birds, many grazing mammals and apparently, humans.”
A recent paper provides further evidence for the loss of individuality in group settings.
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