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|Title:||Therapeutic encounters and the elicitation of community care|
de Barra, M
|Publisher:||CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Citation:||Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2018, 41 (e86)|
|Abstract:||Singh’s analysis of shamanism is regarded as a contribution to the evolutionary study of healing encounters and evolutionary medicine. Shamans must create convincing healing spectacles, while sick individuals must convincingly express symptoms and suffering to motivate community care. Both have a shared interest in convincing onlookers. This is not restricted to shamanic treatment, but is still true in modern medical care.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Life Sciences Research Papers|
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