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While most people are happiest in the company of close friends, highly intelligent people are happiest when alone.

While many people are happiest when with friends, smart people find being alone the most enjoyable time, the World Economic Forum reports.

The study performed by the Singapore Management University's Norman P. Li and the London School of Economics and Political Science's Satoshi Kanazawa, investigated the "savannah theory" of happiness. The savannah theory, also known as the “mismatch hypothesis” and the “evolutionary legacy hypothesis," states that people react to situations in similar ways to our ancestors, having psychological roots in our ancestors' needs during the time period when humankind lived only in savannahs.

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Arizona City, United States
15.04.2019 (63 days ago)