Data from: The nature and distribution of affiliative behaviour during exposure to mild threat

Guillaume Dezecache, Julie Grezes & Christoph D. Dahl
Individual reactions to danger in humans are often characterized as antisocial and self-preservative. Yet, more than fifty years of research have showed that humans often seek social partners and behave pro-socially when confronted by danger.Yet, more than fifty years of research have showed that humans seek social partners and behave pro-socially when confronted by danger. This research has relied on post-hoc verbal reports, which fall short of capturing the more spontaneous reactions to danger and...
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