WHY THE LESS INTELLIGENT MAY ENJOY TELEVISION MORE THAN THE MORE INTELLIGENT

@inproceedings{Kanazawa2006WHYTL,
  title={WHY THE LESS INTELLIGENT MAY ENJOY TELEVISION MORE THAN THE MORE INTELLIGENT},
  author={Satoshi Kanazawa},
  year={2006}
}
Kanazawa (2004a) proposes that the human brain may have difficulty comprehending entities and situations that did not exist in the ancestral environment, and, as one empirical demonstration of this Savanna Principle, Kanazawa (2002) shows that people who watch certain types of TV shows are more satisfied with their friendships, suggesting that they may have difficulty distinguishing TV characters from real friends. In an entirely different line of research, Kanazawa (2004b) advances an… CONTINUE READING

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