Mid-life crisis strikes aging apes, tooAndrew Oswaldchimpanzeessports cars
“We hoped to understand a famous scientific puzzle: why does human happiness follow an approximate U-shape through life?” says Andrew Oswald, professor at the University of Warwick.
“We ended up showing that it cannot be because of mortgages, marital breakup, mobile phones, or any of the other paraphernalia of modern life. Apes also have a pronounced midlife low, and they have none of those.”
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