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2020

Anderson DG, Bissett TG, Cornelison, Jr. JE. 2020. Mississippian origins as viewed from the Shiloh Mound Group, Western Tennessee in Cahokia in Context: Hegemony and Diaspora, McNutt CH, Parish RM (Eds.), University of Florida Press, pp. 303-313. [Link]

Beckage B, Lacasse K, Winter JM, Gross LJ, Fefferman N, Hoffman FM, Metcalf SS, Franck T, Carr E, Zia A, Kinzig A. 2020. The Earth has humans, so why don't our climate models? Climatic Change. [Link]

Carrignon S, Brughmans T, Romanowska I. 2020. Tableware trade in the Roman East: Exploring cultural and economic transmission with agent-based modelling and approximate Bayesian computation. PLoS ONE 15(11):e0240414. [Link]

Carrignon S, Coto-Sarmiento M, Bentley RA, O'Brien MJ. 2020. An introduction to papers from workshops on the evolution of cultural complexity. Adaptive Behavior 28(5):317-322. doi:10.1177/1059712320950483.

Chen C, de Rubens GZ, Xu X, Li J. 2020. Coronavirus comes home? Energy use, home energy management, and the social-psychological factors of COVID-19. Energy Research & Social Science 68:101688. [Link]

Chen C-F et al. March 2020. Culture, conformity, and carbon? A multi-country analysis of heating and cooling practices in office buildings. Energy Research & Social Science, 61:101344. [Link]

Chen C-F, Wang Y, Adua L, Bai H. February 2020. Reducing household fossil fuel consumption by enabling technology and behavior. Energy Research and Social Science, 60:101402. [Link]

Chen C-F, Xu X, Adams J, Brannon J, Li F. 2020. When east meets west: Understanding home energy management system adoption and willingness to pay in Japan and the United States. Energy Research and Social Science 69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101616 [Link]

Chen C, Hong T, de Rubens GZ, Yilmaz S, Bandurski K, Bélafi ZD et al. 2020. Culture, conformity, and carbon? A multi-country analysis of heating and cooling practices in office buildings. Energy Research & Social Science 61:101344. [Link]

Collins-Elliott SA, Jazwa CS. 2020. Dynamic Modeling of the Effects of Site Placement on Environmental Suitability: A Theoretical Example from Northwest Morocco. Environmental Archaeology. doi: 10.1080/14614103.2020.1763020.

Coppinger BA, Kania S, Lucas JR, Sieving KE, Freeberg TM. (In Press) Experimental manipulation of mixed-species flocks reveals heterospecific audience effects on calling. To appear inAnimal Behaviour.

Currie TE, Turchin P, Turner E, Gavrilets S. 2020. Duration of agriculture and distance from the steppe predict the evolution of large-scale human societies in Afro-Eurasia. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7, 34. [Link]

Dahms, H. 2020. Critical Theory, Sociology, and Science-Fiction Films: Love, Radical Transformation and the Socio-Logic of Capital IN Daniel Krier and Mark Worrell (eds.), Capital in the Mirror: Critical Theory and the Aesthetic Dimension (Albany, NY: SUNY Press): 231-301.

Dahms H. 2020. Karl Kautsky IN Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd ed. (online), ed. by George Ritzer (Malden, Mass.) [Link]

Dahms H. 2020. Science Fiction Films and 'Love': Toward a Critique of Regressive Social Relations. Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 103 (2):121-157 [Link]

Dahms HF. 2020. Adorno's Critique of the New Right-Wing Extremism: How (Not) to Face the Past, Present, and Future. disClosure: a journal of social theory, 29(1), 129-179 [Link]

Dahms, Harry, guest editor. 2020. Social Theory and Science Fiction (Special Issue). Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 103 (2) [Link]

Derryberry EP, Phillips JN, Derryberry GE, Blum MJ, Luther, DA. 2020. Singing in a silent spring: birds respond to a half-century soundscape reversion during the COVID-19 shutdown. Science 370(6516):575-579. DOI: 10.1126/science.abd5777.

Fell MJ, Pagel L, Chen C, Goldberg MH, Herberz M, Huebner GM et al. 2020. Validity of energy social research during and after COVID-19: challenges, considerations, and responses. Energy Research & Social Science 101646.

Gavrilets S. 2020. The dynamics of injunctive social norms. Evolutionary Human Sciences

Gavrilets S, Duwal Shrestha M. 2020. Evolving institutions for collective action by selective imitation and self-interested design. Evolution and Human Behavior. [Link]

Ghersi BM, Peterson AC, Gibson NL, Dash A, Elmayan A, Schwartzenburg H, Tu W, Riegel C, Herrera C, Blum MJ. 2020. IN The heart of the city: Trypanosoma cruzi infection prevalence in rodents across New Orleans. Parasites & vectors 13(1):1-0.

Gladstone N, Bordeau T, Leppanen C, McKinney ML. 2020. Spatiotemporal patterns of non-native gastropods in the contiguous United States. Neobiota 57:133-152.

Guo, Q, Cen X, Song R, McKinney ML, Wang D. 2020. Worldwide effects of non-native species on species-area relationships. Conservation Biology. In press.

Hong T, Chen C-F, Wang Z, Xu X. 2020. Linking human-building interaction behaviors in shared offices with personality traits. Building and Environment 170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2019.106602 [Link]

Howell CE, Anderson RC, Derryberry EP. 2020. Female zebra finches prefer the songs of males who quickly solve a novel foraging task to the songs of males unable to solve the task. Ecology & Evolution 10(8):10281-10291. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6690.

Jung H, Sherrod A, LeBreux S, Price J, Freeberg TM. 2020. Traffic noise and responses to a simulated approaching avian predator in mixed-species flocks of chickadees, titmice, and nuthatches. Ethology 126(6):620-629.

Krams IA, Krama T, Freeberg TM, Krams R, Sieving KE. (In Press) Attacks of songbirds in mixed-species flocks by Eurasian sparrowhawks: strategies of predators and potential prey. To appear in Journal of Field Ornithology.

Li D, Olden JD, Lockwood, JL, Record S, McKinney ML, Baiser B. 2020. Changes in taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity in the Anthropocene. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2020 Jun 24;287(1929):20200777.

Lozano P, Gavrilets S, Sanchez A. 2020. Cooperation, social norm internalization and the arising of hierarchically structured societies. Scientific Reports 10:15359. [Link]

McKinney ML, VerBerkmoes A. 2020. Beneficial health outcomes of natural green infrastructure in cities. Current Landscape Ecology Reports 5:35-44.

Perry L, Gavrilets S. 2020. Foresight in a game of leadership. Scientific Reports 10:2251. [Link]

Peterson AC et al. March 2020. Rodent assemblage structure reflects socioecological mosaics of counter-urbanization across post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans. Landscape and Urban Planning, 195:103710. [Link]

Peterson AC, Ghersi BM, Riegel C, Wunder Jr EA, Childs JE, Blum MJ. 2020. Amplification of pathogenic Leptospira infection with greater abundance and co‐occurrence of rodent hosts across a counter‐urbanizing landscape. Molecular Ecology. [Link]

Rooker K, Gavrilets S. 2020. On the evolution of sexual receptivity in female primates. Scientific Reports 10:11945. [Link]

Ross CT et al. 2020. The multinomial index: a robust measure of reproductive skew in animal societies. Proc Royal Soc London B 287:20202025. [Link]

Rusch H, Gavrilets S. 2020. The logic of animal intergroup conflict: A review. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [Link]

Rusch H, Gavrilets S. 2020. The logic of animal intergroup conflict: A review. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [Link]

Shi Q, Chen C-F, Mammoli A, Li F. January 2020. Estimating the profile of incentive-based demand response (IBDR) by integrating technical models and social-behavioral factors. IEEE Transaction on Smart Grid, 11:1. [Link]

Sovacool BK, Xu X, de Rubens GZ, Chen CF. 2020. Validity of energy social research during and after COVID-19: challenges, considerations, and responses Environmental Sociology, 1-16.

Sovacool BK., Xu X, Zarazua de Rubens G, Chen C-F. 2020. Social media and disasters: human security, environmental racism, and crisis communication in Hurricane Irma response. Environmental Sociology 17. [Link]

Van de Moortel A. Middle Helladic Architectural Practices and the Formation of Elite Architecture at Mitrou, East Lokris, Early in the Late Helladic Period, IN: A Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), Proceedings of the 5th Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2012-2014. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period, Volos, Feb. 26 - March 1, 2015 (Volos) 877-890.

Van de Moortel A. Sea Peoples from the Aegean: Identity, Socio-Political Context, and Antecedents, IN A Gilboa and A Yasur-Landau (eds.), Nomads of the Mediterranean: Trade and Contact in the Bronze and Iron Ages (Leiden: Brill) 318-335.

Xu X, Chen C-F, Li D, Menassa C. 2020. Energy Saving at work: Exploring the role of social norms, perceived control and ascribed responsibility in different office layout. Frontiers: Built Environment 6-16. [Link]

2019

Anderson DG et al. 2019. Paleoindian settlement in the Southeastern United States: The role of large databases IN New Directions in the Search for the First Floridians, Thulman DK, Garrison EG (Eds.), University Press of Florida, pp. 241-275. [Link]

Battista NA, Pearcy LB, Strickland WC. 2019. Modeling the prescription opioid epidemic. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 81: 2258–2289. [Link]

Bentley RA, Ruck DJ, Fouts HN. 2019. U.S. obesity as delayed effect of excess sugar. Economics and Human Biology. p.100818 [Link]

Burghardt GM. 2019. Play. A neglected factor in ritual, religion, and human evolution. In Handbook of Cognitive Archaeology (ed. Henley TB, Rossano MJ, Kardas EP) pp:120-134. Routledge. NY. [Link]

Carrignon S, Bentley RA, Ruck D. 2019. Modelling rapid online cultural transmission: evaluating neutral models on Twitter data with approximate Bayesian computation. Pelgrave Communications 5: 83. [Link]

Collins-Elliott SA. 2019. Quantifying artifacts over time: interval estimation of a Poisson distribution using the Jeffreys prior. Archaeometry. [Link]

Currie TE, Turchin P, Gavrilets S. 2019. History of agriculture and intensity of warfare shaped the evolution of large-scale human societies in Afro-Eurasia. SocArXiv. [Link]

Dahms H. 2019. Critical Theory Derailed: Paradigm Fetishism and Critical Liberalism in Honneth (and Habermas) IN Volker Schmitz (ed.), Axel Honneth and the Future of Critical Theory (Palgrave), pp. 207-242.

Dahms H. 2019. Ignoring Goethe's Faust: A Critical-Theoretical Perspective on American Ideology. Fast Capitalism: An Interdisciplinary Journal 16(2):9-30 [Link]

Dahms, Harry, guest editor. 2019. The Challenge of Progress: Theory between Critique and Ideology. Current Perspectives in Social Theory 36. Bingley, UK: Emerald . [Link]

Finucane ML et al. 2019. Advancing community resilience research and practice: moving from "me" to "we" to "3D". Journal of Risk Research. [Link]

Gavrilets S, Duwal Shrestha M. 2019. Evolving institutions for collective action by selective imitation and self-interested design. SocArXiv. [Link]

Hirsh JB, Shteynberg G, Gelfand MJ. (accepted). Conflicting obligations in human social life. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Li D, Xu X, Chen C-F, Menassa C. 2019. Understanding energy-saving behaviors in the American workplace: A unified theory of motivation, opportunity, and ability. Energy Research & Social Science 51: 198-209. [Link]

Luther, Catherine A. 2019. Media IN The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition, edited by George Ritzer and Chris Rojek in Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Morozov A, Petrovskii S, Gavrilets S. 2019. The Yellow Vests Movement - a case of long transient dynamics? SocArXiv. [Link]

Perry L, Gavrilets S. 2019. Foresight in a game of leadership. SocArXiv. [Link]

Phayal A, Prins B. 2019. Deploying to protect: The effect of military peacekeeping deployments on violence against civilians. International Peacekeeping. pp. 1-26. [Link]

Roth S, Dahms HF, Welz F, Cattacin S (co-editors). 2019. The Digital Transformation of Social Theory (Special Issue). Technological Forecasting and Social Change 149. [Link]

Ruck DJ, Matthews LJ, Kyritsis T, Atkinson QD, Bentley RA. 2019. The cultural foundations of modern democracies. Nature Human Behaviour, in press.

Ruck DJ et al. 2019. Internet Research Agency twitter activity predicted 2016 U.S. election polls. First Monday 24:7. [Link]
This paper received world-wide media coverage:

  • NBC News: New shows Russian propaganda may really have helped Trump
  • MSNBC Morning Joe: Russian propaganda may have helped Trump, study suggests
  • Politico: Study: Russian trolls made a difference in 2016
  • The Hill: New study suggests Trump's 2016 poll numbers rose after increased Russian troll farm tweets
  • Knoxville News Sentinel: New study from UT shows Russian propaganda may have actually helped Trump win
  • Nashville Fox affiliate: University of Tennessee researchers find Russian organization influenced opinion polls
  • Axios: Study finds correlation between Russian social media trolls and 2016 polling
  • BoingBoing.net: Trump poll numbers went up each time Russian Internet Research Agency Twitter accounts became active: Study
  • Washington Post op-ed: No, Russian Twitter trolls didn't demonstrably push Trump's poll numbers higher

Yeter-Aydeniz K et al. 2019. Scalar quantum field theories as a benchmark for near-term quantum computers. Phys.Rev. A99(3): 032306. [Link]

Xu X, Chen C-F. 2019. Energy efficiency and energy justice for US low-income households: An analysis of multifaceted challenges and potential. Energy Policy 128: 763-774. [Link]

Zhang, Xu, and Catherine A. Luther. “Transnational News Media Coverage of Distant Suffering in the Syrian Civil War: An Analysis of CNN, Al-Jazeera English and Sputnik Online News.” Media, War & Conflict, (May 2019). doi: 10.1177/1750635219846029

2018

Arpan LM, Xu X, Raney AA, Chen C-F, Wang Z. 2018. Politics, values, and morals: Assessing consumer responses to the framing of residential renewable energy in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science 46: 321-331. [Link]

Beckage B, Gross LJ, Lacasse K, Carr E, Metcalf SS, Winter JM, Howe PD, Fefferman N, Franck T, Zia A, Kinzig A, Hoffman FM. 2018. Linking models of human behavior and climate alters projected climate change. Nature Climate Change 8:79–84.

Bentley RA, Ormerod P, Ruck DJ. 2018. Recent origin and evolution of obesity-income correlation across the United States. Palgrave Communications 4(1):1-4. [Link]

Bentley RA, Ross CN, O'Brien MJ. 2018. Obesity, metabolism, and aging: A multiscalar approach. Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science 155:25-42.

Bentley RA, Willis A, Pradier B, Kyaw AA, Win TT, Brandon AD, Pryce TO. 2018. Social differences in Neolithic/Bronze Age Myanmar. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 21:32-37.

Brooks HZ, Hohn ME, Price CR, Radunskaya AE, Sindi SS, Williams ND, Wilson SN, Fefferman NH. 2018. Mathematical analysis of the impact of social structure on ectoparasite load in allogrooming Populations. IN Understanding Complex Biological Systems with Mathematics, pp. 47-61. Springer, Cham, 2018.

Burghardt GM, Burkhardt Jr RW. 2018. Wallace Craig's appetites and aversions as constituents of instincts: A centennial appreciation. Journal of Comparative Psychology 132(4):361-372. [Link]

Bush JM, Jung H, Connell JP, Freeberg TM. 2018. Duty now for the future: a call for public outreach by animal behaviour researchers. Animal Behaviour 139:161-169.

Coppinger BA, Sanchez de-Launay A, Freeberg TM. 2018. Carolina chickadee (Poecile carolinensis) calling behavior in response to threats and in flight: flockmate familiarity matters. Journal of Comparative Psychology 132:16-23.

Dahms HF. 2018. Critical theory, radical reform and planetary sociology: Between impossibility and inevitability in Twenty-First Century Inequality & Capitalism: Piketty, Marx and Beyond, Smith DA, Langman L (Eds.), Leiden: Brill, pp. 152-168. [Link]

Dahms HF. 2018. Critical theory derailed: Paradigm fetishism and critical liberalism in Honneth (and Habermas) in Axel Honneth and the Future of Critical Theory, Schmitz V (Ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-242. [Link]

Das S et al. 2018. Fundamental limits on quantum dynamics based on entropy change. J.Math.Phys. 59(1): 012205. [Link]

Frey RS, Gellert PK, Dahms HF (Eds.). 2018. Ecologically Unequal Exchange: Environmental Injustice in Comparative and Historical Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-319-89740-0. Includes Dahms HF, Frey RS. Epilogue: The wider view, pp. 307-316. [Link]

Gavrilets S, Friberg U, Rice WR. 2018. Understanding homosexuality: moving on from patterns to mechanisms. Archives of Sexual Behavior 47:27–31 [Link]

Haj-Mohamadi P, Fles EH, Shteynberg G. 2018. When can shared attention increase affiliation? On the bonding effects of co-experienced belief affirmation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 75:103-106. [Link]

Huffer D, Bentley RA, Oxenham MF. 2018. Community and kinship during the transition to agriculture in Northern Vietnam. In (C. Higham, ed) Handbook of Southeast Asian Archaeology. OUP.

Lucas JR, Gentry KE, Sieving KE, Freeberg TM. (In Press 2018). Communication as a fundamental piece of the Machiavellian Intelligence puzzle. To appear in Journal of Comparative Psychology.

Moseley DL, Derryberry GE, Phillips JN, Danner JE, Danner RM, Luther DA, Derryberry EP. 2018. Acoustic adaptation to city noise through vocal learning by a songbird. Proc. R. Soc. B 285:20181356.

Nayak T, Zhang T, Mao Z, Xu X, Zhang L, Pack DJ, Dong B, Huang Y. 2018. Prediction of human performance using electroencephalography under different indoor room temperatures. Brain Sciences 8(4): 74. [Link]

O'Brien MJ, Bentley RA. 2018. Dual inheritance, cultural transmission, and niche construction. IN The Handbook of Culture and Biology (J Causadilas, EH Teller, NA Gonzales, eds.): 179-202.

Perry L, Shrestha MD, Vose MD, Gavrilet S. 2018. Collective action problem in heterogeneous groups with punishment and foresight. Journal of Statistical Physics 172(1):293–312. [Link]

Pjesivac I, Luther CA, and Imre I. 2018. Constructing an image of the United States in the British and French editorials about WikiLeaks. The Journal of International Communication. Vol. 24, no. 2. doi: 10.1080/13216597.2018.1492432.

Potnis D, Allard S. 2018. Training LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries and Not-for-profit Organizations. Journal of Education for Library & Information Science, 59(4), 253-264. DOI: 10.3138/jelis.59.4.2018-0002

Prins B and Phayal A. 2018. Armed peacekeepers do protect civilians—with one big exception. MonkeyCage, Washington Post, June 14, 2018.

Pronovost H, Peterson AC, Chavez BG, Blum MJ, Dumonteil E, Herrera CP. 2018. Deep sequencing reveals multiclonality and new discrete typing units of Trypanosoma cruzi in rodents from the southern United States. Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection. [Link]

Rael RC, Peterson AC, Ghersi-Chavez B, Riegel C, Lesen AE, Blum MJ. 2018. Rat lungworm infection in rodents across post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Emerging Infectious Diseases 24(12):2176. [Link]

Rooker K, Gavrilets S. 2018. On the evolution of visual female sexual signalling. Proc. Roy. Soc. B DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.2875 [Link]

Ruck DJ, Bentley RA, Lawson DJ. 2018. Religious change preceded economic change in the 20th century. Science Advances 4(7): eaar8680.

Schank JC, Burghardt GM, Pellis SM. 2018. Toward a theory of the evolution of fair play. Frontiers in Psychology 9:1-15.

Shteynberg G. 2018. A collective perspective: Shared attention and the mind. Current Opinion in Psychology 23:93-97.

Siopsis G, Balu R, Solmeyer N. 2018. Quantum prisoners' dilemma under enhanced interrogation. Quantum Information Processing 17(6):144. [Link]

Tenopir, C., Christian, L., Allard, S., Borycz, J. 2018. Research Data Sharing: Practices and Attitudes of Geophysicists. Earth and Space Science, 5(12), 891-902. DOI: 10.1029/2018EA000461

Thalos, M. 2018. Dirty hands: The phenomenology of acting as an authorized agent. Monist 101(2):170-186. [Link]

Turchin P et al. 2018. A history of possible futures: Multipath forecasting of social breakdown, recovery, and resilience. Cliodynamics: The Journal of Quantitative History and Cultural Evolution 9: 124-139. [Link]

Van de Moortel A. 2018. Cultural entanglements between Phaistos and Malia in the Protopalatial period: A ceramic perspective. IN G Baldacci and I Caloi (eds.), Rhadamanthys. Studies in Minoan Archaeology in honour of Filippo Carinci on the occasion of his 70th birthday (Oxford: Archaeopress) 79-88.

Van de Moortel A, Zahou E, Rutter JB. 2018. Mitrou and Proskynas in prehistoric East Lokris. Chronology, interconnections, and society, IN M. Papakonstantinou, H. Kritzas, and I.P. Touratsoglou (eds.), Pyrrha. Meletes gia tin archaiologia stin Kentriki Elladha pros timin tis Fanourias Dakoronias, Vol. I. Proistorikoi chronoi (Athens) 169-193.

Williams ND, Brooks HZ, Hohn ME, Price CR, Radunskaya AE, Sindi SS, Wilson SN, Fefferman NH. 2018. How disease risks can impact the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization. IN Understanding Complex Biological Systems with Mathematics, pp. 31-46. Springer, Cham. Xu X, Chen C, Zhu X, Hu Q. 2018. Promoting acceptance of direct load control programs in the United States: Financial incentive versus control option. Energy 147: 1278-1287. [Link]


2017

Anderson DG et al. 2017 Sea-level rise and archaeological site destruction: An example from the southeastern United States using DINAA (Digital Index of North American Archaeology). PLoS ONE 12(11): e0188142. [Link]   Media coverage

Anderson DG. 2017. Using CRM data for "big picture" research. IN New Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management, McManamon FP (ed). pp 197–212. Routledge Press, New York.

Anderson DG. 2017. Mississippian beginnings: Multiple perspectives on migration, monumentality, and religion in the prehistoric eastern United States. IN Mississippian Beginnings, Wilson G (ed). pp. 293–321. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Anderson DG, Cook R. 2017. The development of complex societies in eastern North America: The roles of feasting, famine, and fighting. IN Feast, Famine or Fighting? Multiple Pathways to Social Complexity, Chacon RJ, Mendoza RG (eds). pp. 269–303. Springer, New York. [Link]

Allen B, Lippner G, Chen YT, Fotouhi B, Momeni N, Yau ST, Nowak MA. 2017. Evolutionary dynamics on any population structure. Nature 13;544(7649):227-30. [Link]

Bentley RA, O'Brien MJ. 2017. The acceleration of cultural change: From ancestors to algorithms. M.I.T. Press. [Link]

Chen C, Xu X, Day JK. 2017. Thermal comfort or money saving? Exploring intentions to conserve energy among low-income households in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science 26: 61-71. [Link]

Chen C, Xu X, Arpan LM. 2017. Between the technology acceptance model and sustainable energy technology acceptance model: Investigating smart meter acceptance in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science 25: 93-104. [Link]

Chen YT. 2017. A remark for meeting times in large random regular graphs. arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.00127. [Link]

Chen YT. 2017. Wright-Fisher diffusions for evolutionary games with death-birth updating. arXiv preprint arXiv:1702.08346. [Link]

Daxecker U, Prins BC. 2017. Financing rebellion: Using piracy to explain and predict conflict intensity in Africa and Southeast Asia. Journal of Peace Research 54(2):215-30. [Link]

Gavrilets S, Richerson PJ. 2017. Collective action and the evolution of social norm internalization. PNAS 114:6068-6073. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1703857114. [Link]

Ghatak S, Gold A, Prins BC. 2017. Domestic terrorism in democratic states: Understanding and addressing minority grievances. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 2017:0022002717734285. [Link]

Ghatak S, Gold A, Prins BC. 2017. External threat and the limits of democratic pacifism. Conflict Management and Peace Science 34(2):141-59. [Link]

Lee, C., Allard, S., McGovern, N., Bishop, A. 2017. Open Data Meets Digital Curation: An Investigation of Practices and Needs. International Journal of Digital Curation, 11(2), 115-125.

Luther, Catherine A., Carolyn Lepre, and Naeemah Clark. Diversity in U.S. Mass Media, 2nd Edition. London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2017.

Ruck D, Bentley AR, Acerbi A, Garnett P, Hruschka DJ. 2017. Role of neutral evolution in word turnover during centuries of English word popularity. Advances in Complex Systems 20:1750012. [Link]

Rusch H, Gavrilets S. 2017. The logic of animal intergroup conflict: A review. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [Link]

Stone CM, Schwab SR, Fonseca DM, Fefferman NH. 2017. Human movement, cooperation and the effectiveness of coordinated vector control strategies. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14(133):20170336. [Link]

Tenopir, C., Allard, S., Christian, L., Anderson, R., Ali-Saleh, S., Nicholas, D., Watkinson, A., Woodward, H. 2017. No scholar is an island: The impact of sharing in the work life of scholars. Learned Publishing, 30(1), 5-17. DOI: 10.1002/leap.1090

Tenopir C., Talja S., Horstmann W., Hughes, D., Schmidt, B., Baird, L., Sandusky, R.J., Allard, S. 2017. Research Data Services in European Academic Research Libraries. LIBER Quarterly: The Journal of the Association of European Research Libraries, 27(1), 23-44. DOI: 10.18352/lq.10180

Turchin P, Gavrilets S, Goldstone JA. 2017. Linking "micro" to "macro" models of state breakdown to improve methods for political forecasting. Cliodynamics: The Journal of Quantitative History and Cultural Evolution 8:159-181. [Link]

Van de Moortel A. 2017. A new typology of Bronze Age Aegean ships: Developments in Aegean shipbuilding in their historical context. IN J. Litwin (ed.), The Baltic and Beyond Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Gdańsk, September 21-25, 2015 (Gdańsk) 263-268.

Van de Moortel A, Langdon MK. 2017. Archaic ship graffiti from southern Attica, Greece: Typology and preliminary contextual analysis. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 46.2 (Sept. 2017) 382-405. DOI: 10.1111/1095-9270.12268.

Van de Moortel A. 2017. Blending boatbuilding traditions in the cultural landscape of Europe's early medieval migration period. IN J. Gawronski, A. van Holk, and J. Schokkenbroek (eds.), Ships and Maritime Landscapes. Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Amsterdam, Oct. 7-12, 2012 (Eelde, NL: Barkhuis) 296-303.

Whitehouse H et al. 2017. The evolution of extreme cooperation via shared dysphoric experiences. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 44292. doi: 10.1038/srep44292. [Link] Xu X, Maki A, Chen C, Dong B, Day JK. 2017. Investigating willingness to save energy and communication about energy use in the American workplace with the attitude-behavior-context model. Energy Research & Social Science 32: 13-22. [Link]


2016

Aydinoglu, A., S. Allard, S., Mitchell, C. 2016. Measuring Diversity in Disciplinary Collaboration in Research Teams: An Ecological Perspective. Research Evaluation, 25(1), 18-36. DOI: 10.1093/reseval/rvv028

Bentley RA, Brock WA, Caiado CCS, O'Brien MJ. 2016. Evaluating reproductive decisions as discrete choices under social influence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150154. [Link]

Chen YT, Cox JT. 2016. Weak atomic convergence of finite voter models toward Fleming-Viot processes. arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.05736. [Link]

Chen YT, McAvoy A, Nowak MA. 2016. Fixation Probabilities for Any Configuration of Two Strategies on Regular Graphs. Scientific Reports 6:39181. [Link]

Chen YT, Choi J, Cox JT. 2016. On the convergence of densities of finite voter models to the Wright–Fisher diffusion. InAnnales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré, Probabilités et Statistiques 52:286-322. [Link]

Palagi E., Fouts, H.N. 2016. Motivation to play: from ethological to neurological perspectives. Behaviour 153:655-662.

Gavrilets S, Auerbach J, Van Vugt M. 2016. Convergence to consensus in heterogeneous groups and the emergence of informal leadership. Scientific Reports 6:29704. doi:10.1038/srep29704. [Link]

Shteynberg G, Bramlett JM, Fles EH, Cameron J. 2016. The broadcast of shared attention and its impact on political persuasion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111(5):665-673. doi: 10.1037/pspa0000065 [Link]

Smith JE, Gavrilets S, Mulder MB, Hooper PL, El Mouden C, Nettle D, Hauert C, Hill K, Perry S, Pusey AE, van Vugt M. 2016. Leadership in mammalian societies: Emergence, distribution, power, and payoff. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31(1):54-66. doi.org/10.1016. [Link]

Tenopir, C., Levine, K., Allard, S., Christian, L., Volentine, R., Boehm, R., Nichols, F., Nicholas, D., Jamali, H. R., Herman, E. and Watkinson, A. 2016. Trustworthiness and authority of scholarly information in a digital age: Results of an international questionnaire. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67(10), 2344-2361. DOI: 10.1002/asi.23598

Van de Moortel A. 2016. Politics of death at Mitrou: Two prepalatial elite tombs in a landscape of power. IN A. Dakouri-Hild and M.J. Boyd (eds.) Staging Death: Funerary Performance, Architecture, and Landscape in the Aegean (Berlin: De Gruyter) 89-116.

Watkinson A., Nicholas D., Thornley C., Herman E., Jamali H. R., Volentine R., Allard S., Levine K., Tenopir C. 2016. Changes in the digital scholarly environment and issues of trust: An exploratory, qualitative analysis. Information Processing & Management, 52(3), 446-458. DOI: 10.1016/j.ipm.2015.10.002


2015

Anderson DG. 2015. Event and structure: Culture change and continuity in the ancient Southeast. IN The Archaeology of Events: Moments of Consequence in the Ancient Southeast, Gilmore ZI, O'Donoughue JM (eds). pp. 223–242. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Bissonnette A, Perry S, Barrett L, Mitani JC, Flinn M, Gavrilets S, de Waal FB. 2015. Coalitions in theory and reality: A review of pertinent variables and processes. Behaviour 152(1):1-56. [Link]

Gallos LK, Fefferman NH. 2015. Simple and efficient self-healing strategy for damaged complex networks. Physical Review E 10;92(5):052806. [Link]

Gavrilets S. 2015. Collective action problem in heterogeneous groups. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 10.1098/rstb.2015.0016. [Link]

Gavrilets S. 2015. Collective action and the collaborative brain. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 6;12(102):20141067. [Link]

Some press coverage: ABC News, Daily Mail, International Business Times, Science World Report, Business Standard El Economista, Scietias, Русская Планета

Greening Jr BR, Pinter-Wollman N, Fefferman NH. 2015. Higher-order interactions: Understanding the knowledge capacity of social groups using simplicial sets. Current Zoology 61(1):114-27. [Link]

Shteynberg G. 2015. Shared attention. Perspectives on Psychological Science 10(5):579-590. [Link]

von Rueden C, Gavrilets S, Glowacki L. 2015. Solving the puzzle of collective action through inter-individual differences. Phil Trans R. Soc. B 370: 20150002; DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0002 [Link]


2014

Bentley RA, O'Brien MJ, WA Brock WA. 2014. Mapping collective behavior in the big-data era. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 37:63-119. [Link]

Gavrilets S, Fortunato L. 2014. A solution to the collective action problem in between-group conflict with within-group inequality. Nature Communications 5:3526. [Link]

Greening BR, Fefferman NH. 2014. Evolutionary significance of the role of family units in a broader social system. Scientific Reports 4:3608. [Link]

Maran J, Van de Moortel A. 2014. A horse bridle piece with Carpatho-Danubian connections from Late Helladic I Mitrou and the emergence of a warlike elite in Greece during the Shaft-Grave period. American Journal of Archaeology 118.4 529-548.

Wells JJ et al. 2014. Web-based discovery and integration of archaeological historic properties inventory data: The Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA). Literary and Linguistic Computing 29(3). [Link]


2013

Anderson DG. 2013. Social landscapes of early and middle woodland peoples in the Southeast. 2013. IN Early and Middle Woodland Landscapes of the Southeast, Wright A, Henry A (eds). pp. 289–308. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida.

Anderson DG, Maasch KA, Sandweiss DH. 2013. Climate change and cultural dynamics: Lessons from the past for the future. IN Humans and the Environment: New Archaeological Perspectives for the 21st Century, Davies MIJ, M'Mbogori NF (eds). pp. 245-255. Oxford University Press, Oxford. [PDF]

Chen YT. 2013. Sharp benefit-to-cost rules for the evolution of cooperation on regular graphs. The Annals of Applied Probability 23(2):637-64. [Link]

Meeks SC, Anderson DG. 2013. Drought, subsistence stress, and population dynamics assessing Mississippian abandonment of the Vacant Quarter. IN Soils, Climate, and Society Archaeological Investigations in Ancient America, Wingard JD, Hayes ES (eds). pp. 61–83. University of Colorado Press, Boulder. [PDF]

Seiler M, Collins A, Fefferman N. 2013. Strategic mortgage default in the context of a social network: an epidemiological approach. Journal of Real Estate Research 35(4):445-75. [Link]

Turchin P, Currie TE, Turner EA, Gavrilets S. 2013. War, space, and the evolution of Old World complex societies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(41):16384-9. [Link] [pdf] [movie]

Some press coverage: Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, Popular Mechanics, Wired, Yahoo! News, Nature, New Scientist, Red Orbit, Elementy (Russia), Gazeta.ru, РИА Новости (Russia), ITAR-TASS.


2012

Anderson DG. 2012. Least cost pathway analyses in archaeological research: Approaches and utility. IN Least Cost Analysis of Social Landscapes: Archaeological Case Studies, White DA, Surface-Evans SL (eds). pp. 239–257. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah. [PDF]

Anderson DG. 2012. Monumentality in eastern North America during the Mississippian period. IN Early New World Monumentality, Burger RL, Rosenwig RM (eds). pp. 78–108. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida. [PDF]

Anderson DG. 2012. North America: The Eastern Woodlands and the South. IN The Oxford Companion to Archaeology, Second Edition, Silberman NA (ed). pp. 528–532. Oxford University Press, New York. (Article revised and updated from the 1996 edition) [PDF]

Gelfand MJ, Shteynberg G, Lee T, Lun J, Lyons S, Bell C et al. 2012. The cultural transmission of intergroup conflict. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Theme Issue on Biology of Cultural Conflict. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 367:692-703. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2011.0304. [Link]

Hock K, Fefferman NH. 2012. Social organization patterns can lower disease risk without associated disease avoidance or immunity. Ecological Complexity 12:34-42. [Link]


2011

Dahl O, Gillam JC, Anderson DG, Iriarte J, Copé SM. 2011. Linguistic diversity zones and cartographic modeling: GIS as a method for understanding the prehistory of lowland South America. IN Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia: Reconstructing Past Identities from Archaeology, Linguistics, and Ethnohistory, Hornborg A, Hill JD. (eds). pp. 211–224. University of Colorado Press, Boulder. [PDF] Hock K, Fefferman NH. 2011. Violating social norms when choosing friends: how rule-breakers affect social networks. PloS one 6(10):e26652. [Link]

Hock K, Fefferman NH. 2011. Extending the role of social networks to study social organization and interaction structure of animal groups. Annales Zoologici Fennici 48(6):365-370. [Link]


2010

Anderson, DG. 2010. The end of the southeastern archaic: Regional interaction and archaeological interpretation. IN Trend, Tradition, and Turmoil: What Happened to the Southeastern Archaic? Thomas DH, Sanger MC (eds) pp. 273-302. Proceedings of the Third Caldwell Conference, St. Catherines Island, Georgia, May 9–11, 2008. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. [PDF]

Gavrilets S, Anderson DG, Turchin P. 2010. Cycling in the complexity of early societies. Cliodynamics: The Journal of Theoretical and Mathematical History 1:58–80. [Link]

Hock K, Ng KL, Fefferman NH. 2010. Systems approach to studying animal sociality: individual position versus group organization in dynamic social network models. PLoS One 5(12): e15789. [Link]


2007

Fefferman NH, Ng KL. 2007. How disease models on static graphs fail to approximate epidemics in shifting social networks. Physical Review E 76:031919 [Link]

Fefferman NH, Ng KL. 2007. The role of individual choice in the evolution of social complexity. Annales Zoologici Fennici 44:58-69. [Link]


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