Lajos Rózsa

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Publications

  1. doi request reprint Why infest the loved ones--inherent human behaviour indicates former mutualism with head lice
    Lajos Rózsa
    MTA ELTE MTM Ecology Research Group, Budapest, Pázmány Str 1, H 1117 Hungary
    Parasitology 139:696-700. 2012
  2. ncbi request reprint The rise of non-adaptive intelligence in humans under pathogen pressure
    Lajos Rózsa
    Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest, Szentháromság u 2, H 1014, Hungary
    Med Hypotheses 70:685-90. 2008
  3. doi request reprint The motivation for biological aggression is an inherent and common aspect of the human behavioural repertoire
    Lajos Rózsa
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences Hungarian Natural History Museum, Baross u 13, H 1088 Budapest, Hungary
    Med Hypotheses 72:217-9. 2009

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Publications3

  1. doi request reprint Why infest the loved ones--inherent human behaviour indicates former mutualism with head lice
    Lajos Rózsa
    MTA ELTE MTM Ecology Research Group, Budapest, Pázmány Str 1, H 1117 Hungary
    Parasitology 139:696-700. 2012
    ..Recently, the eradication of body-louse-borne diseases rendered the transmission of head lice a maladaptive, though still widespread, behaviour in developed societies...
  2. ncbi request reprint The rise of non-adaptive intelligence in humans under pathogen pressure
    Lajos Rózsa
    Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest, Szentháromság u 2, H 1014, Hungary
    Med Hypotheses 70:685-90. 2008
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  3. doi request reprint The motivation for biological aggression is an inherent and common aspect of the human behavioural repertoire
    Lajos Rózsa
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences Hungarian Natural History Museum, Baross u 13, H 1088 Budapest, Hungary
    Med Hypotheses 72:217-9. 2009
    ..On the basis of these arguments, I claim that the motivation for biological aggression is an inherent and common aspect of past and present human behaviour...