Ecology of Musical Preference: the Relationship Between Pathogen Prevalence and the Number and Intensity of Metal Bands

@article{Pazhoohi2018EcologyOM,
  title={Ecology of Musical Preference: the Relationship Between Pathogen Prevalence and the Number and Intensity of Metal Bands},
  author={Farid Pazhoohi and Karlos Luna},
  journal={Evolutionary Psychological Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={4},
  pages={294-300}
}
  • Farid Pazhoohi, Karlos Luna
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • Evolutionary Psychological Science
  • Ecological conditions and pathogen stress shape human cognition and behavior and can explain cultural and behavioral patterns cross-culturally. It has been previously shown that human values and preferences are also phenotypically plastic in response to parasitic stress across regions, and that parasite prevalence is associated with the out-group prejudice and nonconformity tolerance. Human preference for music is also variable across the world, and no previous study has considered this… CONTINUE READING

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