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  • Aggressive dominance is routine in the animal kingdom. But when people resort to aggression and intimidation to gain social status, it may come at a cost to their own health, psychologists at the University of Utah have found. Attaining higher social status as the result of prestige and freely given respect may have protective effects, studies showed.
    Aggressive dominance is routine in the animal kingdom. But when people resort to aggression and intimidation to gain social status, it may come at a cost to their own health, psychologists at the University of Utah have found. Attaining higher social status as the result of prestige and freely given respect may have protective effects, studies showed.




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