Somewhere between 100,000 and 50,000 years ago, humans started to exhibit what scholars refer to as behavioral modernity. Behavioral modernity is characterized by abstract thinking, advanced planning capabilities, and symbolic expression.
This milestone marked a turning point in the evolutionary history of Homo Sapiens. With the advent of modern human behavior came the establishment of cognitive and cultural foundations, such as social norms, language, and increased cooperation.
Many things have changed since the Paleolithic Period, but one thing hasn't: human interaction.
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