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Music and social bonding:“self-other” merging and neurohormonal mechanisms
B Tarr, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1096, 2014
5562014
Synchrony and exertion during dance independently raise pain threshold and encourage social bonding
B Tarr, J Launay, E Cohen, R Dunbar
Biology letters 11 (10), 20150767, 2015
3972015
Music as a coevolved system for social bonding
PE Savage, P Loui, B Tarr, A Schachner, L Glowacki, S Mithen, WT Fitch
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44, e59, 2021
3502021
Silent disco: dancing in synchrony leads to elevated pain thresholds and social closeness
B Tarr, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (5), 343-349, 2016
3132016
Synchrony as an adaptive mechanism for large‐scale human social bonding
J Launay, B Tarr, RIM Dunbar
Ethology 122 (10), 779-789, 2016
2012016
Synchrony and social connection in immersive virtual reality
B Tarr, M Slater, E Cohen
Scientific reports 8 (1), 3693, 2018
1022018
Naltrexone blocks endorphins released when dancing in synchrony
B Tarr, J Launay, C Benson, RIM Dunbar
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3, 241-254, 2017
612017
Universality and cross-cultural variation in mental representations of music revealed by global comparison of rhythm priors
N Jacoby, R Polak, J Grahn, DJ Cameron, KM Lee, R Godoy, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
352021
Social bonding through dance and “Musiking.”
B Tarr, NL Enfield, P Kockelman
Distributed agency, 151-158, 2017
172017
Toward inclusive theories of the evolution of musicality
PE Savage, P Loui, B Tarr, A Schachner, L Glowacki, S Mithen, W Fitch
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44, 2021
162021
Rapid partner switching may facilitate increased broadcast group size in dance compared with conversation groups
C Robertson, B Tarr, M Kempnich, R Dunbar
Ethology 123 (10), 736-747, 2017
122017
Cochlear SGN neurons elevate pain thresholds in response to music
RIM Dunbar, E Pearce, B Tarr, A Makdani, J Bamford, S Smith, F McGlone
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 14547, 2021
72021
Silent disco: strangers dancing in synchrony have an elevated pain threshold and feel socially close
B Tarr, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
Evolution and Human Behavior 37, 343-349, 2016
72016
The evolutionary role of dance: Group bonding but not prosocial altruism.
B Tarr, RIM Dunbar
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 2023
42023
Rhythm, synchrony, and cooperation
PE Savage, M Yamauchi, M Hamaguchi, B Tarr, Y Kitayama, S Fujii
PsyArXiv, 2020
32020
Processing fluency for visual synchrony perception
JS Bamford, B Tarr, E Cohen
PsyArXiv, 2022
22022
Author Correction: Cochlear SGN neurons elevate pain thresholds in response to music
RIM Dunbar, E Pearce, B Tarr, A Makdani, J Bamford, S Smith, F McGlone
Scientific Reports 12, 2022
22022
Dance and social bonding: synchrony and the endogenous opioid system
B Tarr
University of Oxford, 2014
12014
Cochlear SGN neurons elevate pain thresholds in response to music (vol 11, 14547, 2021)
RIM Dunbar, E Pearce, B Tarr, A Makdani, J Bamford, S Smith, F McGlone
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 12 (1), 2022
2022
Commonality and variation in mental representations of music revealed by a cross-cultural comparison of rhythm priors in 15 countries
N Jacoby, R Polak, JA Grahn, DJ Cameron, KM Lee, R Godoy, ...
2021
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