Studies of animal behavior have often been invoked to help
explain and even guide human behavior. Think of Pavlov and his dogs
or Goodall and her chimps. But, as these examples indicate, the
tendency has been to focus on "higher," more cognitively developed,
and thus, it is thought, more intelligent creatures than mindless,
robotic insects. Not so Learn here how honeybees work together to
form a collective intelligence and even how they make decisions
democratically. The wizzzzdom of crowds indeed Here are five habits
of effective groups that we can learn from these clever
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