Behavioural Sciences

This is how your birthplace will influence the person you become

A child is held aloft at a football match in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Image: REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

Samuel Putnam

Professor of Psychology, , Bowdoin College

Masha A. Gartstein

Professor of Psychology, , Washington State University

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