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Toward inclusive theories of the evolution of musicality.

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Savage PE. et al, (2021), Behav Brain Sci, 44

Synchrony and social connection in immersive Virtual Reality.

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Tarr B. et al, (2018), Sci Rep, 8

Social Bonding Through Dance and ‘Musiking’


Tarr B., (2017), Distributed Agency, 151 - 158

Synchrony as an Adaptive Mechanism for Large-Scale Human Social Bonding

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Launay J. et al, (2016), ETHOLOGY, 122, 779 - 789

Silent disco: dancing in synchrony leads to elevated pain thresholds and social closeness.

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Tarr B. et al, (2016), Evol Hum Behav, 37, 343 - 349

Synchrony, exercise and social bonding

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Cohen E. and Tarr B., (2015), COGNITIVE PROCESSING, 16, S62 - S62

Music and social bonding: "self-other" merging and neurohormonal mechanisms.

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Tarr B. et al, (2014), Front Psychol, 5