Norway rats reciprocate help according to the quality of the help they received

Non-human animals consider the value of previously received help when deciding whether to help a social partner, according to a new study in rats. Until now, it was unclear whether animals other than humans would consider the the value of a help received (independent of other parameters such as the partner’s identity or effort taken) when deciding how to reciprocate. —> Read More Here


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