How much of what you do is actually your choice?
What if you were secretly being controlled by a parasite that had infected your brain? What if that infection was spreading?
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- David Walton, author of The Genius Plague
- Tade Thompson, author or Rosewater
- Charissa de Bekker, researcher at the University of Central Florida
- Sandeep Ravindran, science journalist
- The Genius Plague KIRKUS Review
- Cover Launch for Rosewater
- The ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and their parasites: effects of parasitic manipulations and host responses on ant behavioral ecology.
- Gene expression during zombie ant biting behavior reflects the complexity underlying fungal parasitic behavioral manipulation.
- Species-specific ant brain manipulation by a specialized fungal parasite.
- This tiny brain parasite seems to make rodents braver—and it likes humans, too
- Fatal attraction in rats infected with Toxoplasma gondii
- Can the common brain parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, influence human culture?
- Mechanisms of Host Behavioral Change in Toxoplasma gondii Rodent Association
- Engineering a parasite to tell you where it has been
- Protozoan Parasite Toxoplasma gondii Manipulates Mate Choice in Rats by Enhancing Attractiveness of Males
- Adaptive host manipulation by Toxoplasma gondii: fact or fiction?
- Morbid attraction to leopard urine in Toxoplasma-infected chimpanzees
- This parasite may turn you into a entrepreneur
- Toxoplasma gondii and Schizophrenia