Peter Richerson
Peter Richerson
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Verified email at ucdavis.edu
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The evolution of altruistic punishment
R Boyd, H Gintis, S Bowles, PJ Richerson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (6), 3531-3535, 2003
19982003
The origin and evolution of cultures
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Oxford University Press, 2005
19092005
Punishment allows the evolution of cooperation (or anything else) in sizable groups
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Ethology and sociobiology 13 (3), 171-195, 1992
16221992
The cultural niche: Why social learning is essential for human adaptation
R Boyd, PJ Richerson, J Henrich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (Supplement 2), 10918-10925, 2011
11282011
The evolution of reciprocity in sizable groups
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Journal of theoretical Biology 132 (3), 337-356, 1988
8811988
Culture and the evolution of human cooperation
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
7912009
Why culture is common, but cultural evolution is rare
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Proceedings-British Academy 88, 77-94, 1996
7181996
Shared norms and the evolution of ethnic markers
R McElreath, R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Current anthropology 44 (1), 122-130, 2003
7012003
Was agriculture impossible during the Pleistocene but mandatory during the Holocene? A climate change hypothesis
PJ Richerson, R Boyd, RL Bettinger
American Antiquity 66 (3), 387-411, 2001
6312001
Anthropological applications of optimal foraging theory: a critical review [and comments and reply]
EA Smith, RL Bettinger, CA Bishop, V Blundell, E Cashdan, MJ Casimir, ...
Current Anthropology 24 (5), 625-651, 1983
5531983
Group beneficial norms can spread rapidly in a structured population
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Journal of theoretical biology 215 (3), 287-296, 2002
5422002
Can group-functional behaviors evolve by cultural group selection?: An empirical test
J Soltis, R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Current anthropology 36 (3), 473-494, 1995
5201995
The evolution of human ultra-sociality
PJ Richerson, R Boyd
Indoctrinability, ideology, and warfare: Evolutionary perspectives, 71-95, 1998
5161998
Why does culture increase human adaptability?
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Ethology and sociobiology 16 (2), 125-143, 1995
4861995
Gene-culture coevolution in the age of genomics
PJ Richerson, R Boyd, J Henrich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (Supplement 2), 8985-8992, 2010
4642010
The evolution of indirect reciprocity
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Social networks 11 (3), 213-236, 1989
4151989
Five misunderstandings about cultural evolution
J Henrich, R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Human Nature 19 (2), 119-137, 2008
4072008
• AN EVOLUTIONARY MODEL OF SOCIAL LEARNING: THE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATON
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Social learning, 41-60, 2013
4012013
Group selection among alternative evolutionarily stable strategies
R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Journal of theoretical biology 145 (3), 331-342, 1990
3981990
The puzzle of monogamous marriage
J Henrich, R Boyd, PJ Richerson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
3692012
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