COMMENTARIES Parasites, Behavioral Defenses, and the Social Psychological Mechanisms Through Which Cultures Are Evoked


Let’s talk first about parasites. Given the persistent influence that bacteria, viruses, and other parasites have had on human evolution (Van Blerkom, 2003), it’s astonishing that so little scientific attention has been devoted to their impact on human psychology and human culture. There are extensive bodies of research documenting the role of parasites on… (More)


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