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An antagonistic pleiotropy in evolutionary biology is said to occur when one gene can express itself in more than one way, and where at least one of the expression is helpful and at least one another expression of the same gene is harmful to the organism. Contextual antagonistic pleiotropy of cognitive adaptations hypothesis proposes that a similar situation exists for cognitive adaptation in terms of the contexts in which the cognitive adaptation are utilized. Proposing that the behavioraldoi:10.25215/0302.026 fatcat:kykfptcg5nd3bnjsxrgypjk6d4