BPS Research Digest: The taste for competition peaks at age 50

No wonder parents’ races at school sports days are such fraught affairs. A new study finds that far from us mellowing as we age, our inclination for competition increases through life, peaking around the age of 50.

via BPS Research Digest: The taste for competition peaks at age 50.

Does this mean my theory of early life hypothesis is wrong? Not really. I did not exclude late life changes because everything accumulate.

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