Meat is good to taboo

Journal of Cognition and Culture Vol/Iss. 3 Published In Pages: 1-40
By Fessler, Daniel M.T., Navarrete, Carlos David


This study finds that meat taboos are more common than non-meat taboos cross-culturally. Several explanations for meat taboos are discussed. Authors advocate an evolutionary understanding of food taboos.


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Meat taboos will be more common than non-meat taboos (6).Supported

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