Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3):254-255 (2014)

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Marshall Abrams
University of Alabama, Birmingham
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Smaldino suggests that patterns that give rise to group-level cultural traits can also increase individual-level cultural diversity. I distinguish social roles and related social network structures and discuss ways in which each might maintain diversity. I suggest that cognitive analogs of “cohesion,” a property of networks that helps maintenance of diversity, might mediate the effects of social roles on diversity.
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