63. The "strong tie" group size limits is 150 people

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63. The "strong tie" group size limits is 150 people
  1. Dunbar's Number
    1. Robin Dunbar (1998) studied different species of animals.
      1. He wanted to know if there was a relationship between brain size and the number of stable relationships in social groups.
        1. He calculated that 150 people is the social group size limit for humans.
          1. The limit specifically refers to the number of people with whom you can maintain stable relationships.
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