Robert M. Sapolsky Quotes

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Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: How much you groom somebody else is more important than who grooms you. How much you groom somebody else is more important than who grooms you.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: Essentially, we humans live well enough and long enough, and are smart enough, to generate all sorts of stressful events purely in our heads. Essentially, we humans live well enough and long enough, and are smart enough, to generate all sorts of stressful events purely in our heads.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: Some Poor grad student pressing on the flanks of a hamster and out comes a doctorate on the other side Some Poor grad student pressing on the flanks of a hamster and out comes a doctorate on the other side
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: An open mind is a prerequisite to an open heart. An open mind is a prerequisite to an open heart.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: Most of us don't collapse into puddles of stress-related disease. Most of us don't collapse into puddles of stress-related disease.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: Being healthy consists of having the same disease as everyone else. Being healthy consists of having the same disease as everyone else.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: If a rat is a good model for your emotional life, you're in big trouble. If a rat is a good model for your emotional life, you're in big trouble.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: Depression is not generalized pessimism, but pessimism specific to the effects of one's own skilled action. Depression is not generalized pessimism, but pessimism specific to the effects of one's own skilled action.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: We're getting along so well; I trust you so much for this one second that I'm going to let you yank on me. We're getting along so well; I trust you so much for this one second that I'm going to let you yank on me.
Robert M. Sapolsky quotes: The less it is possible that something can be, the more it must be. The less it is possible that something can be, the more it must be.