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Hunter-gatherers maintain assortativity in cooperation despite high-levels of residential change and mixing
K Smith, T Larroucau, IA Mabulla, CL Apicella
Current Biology 28 (19), 3152-3157, 2018
862018
Partner choice in human evolution: The role of cooperation, foraging ability, and culture in Hadza campmate preferences
KM Smith, CL Apicella
Evolution and Human Behavior 41 (5), 354-366, 2020
54*2020
Winners, losers, and posers: The effect of power poses on testosterone and risk-taking following competition
KM Smith, CL Apicella
Hormones and behavior 92, 172-181, 2017
502017
Hadza men with lower voice pitch have a better hunting reputation
KM Smith, YM Olkhov, DA Puts, CL Apicella
Evolutionary Psychology 15 (4), 1474704917740466, 2017
442017
Morality is not always good
KM Smith, R Kurzban
Current Anthropology 60 (1), 61-62, 2019
322019
Hadza hunter-gatherers disagree on perceptions of moral character
KM Smith, C Apicella
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020
272020
Why hunt? Why gather? Why share? Hadza assessments of foraging and food-sharing motive
DNE Stibbard-Hawkes, K Smith, CL Apicella
Evolution and Human Behavior 43 (3), 257-272, 2022
152022
Evidence against the “anomalous-is-bad” stereotype in Hadza hunter gatherers
CI Workman, KM Smith, CL Apicella, A Chatterjee
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-10, 2022
122022
Friends near and afar, through thick and thin: Comparing contingency of help between close-distance and long-distance friends in Tanzanian fishing villages
KM Smith, AC Pisor, B Aron, K Bernard, P Fimbo, R Kimesera, MB Mulder
Evolution and Human Behavior 44 (5), 454-465, 2023
8*2023
Long-distance social relationships can both undercut and promote local natural resource management
AC Pisor, M Borgerhoff Mulder, KM Smith
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 379 (1893), 20220269, 2024
62024
Hadza hunter-gatherers are not deontologists and do not prefer deontologists as social partners
KM Smith, CL Apicella
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 101, 104314, 2022
62022
Hadza hunter–gatherers with greater exposure to other cultures share more with generous campmates
KM Smith, IA Mabulla, CL Apicella
Biology Letters 18 (7), 20220157, 2022
42022
Lying about the future: Shuar-Achuar epistemic norms, predictions, and commitments
A Erut, KM Smith, HC Barrett
Cognition 239, 105552, 2023
32023
Generalized Morality Culturally Evolves as an Adaptive Heuristic in Large Social Networks
JC Jackson, J Halberstadt, M Takezawa, L Kongmeng, KM Smith, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 125 (6), 1207-1238, 2023
32023
Evaluating Information and Misinformation during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence for Epistemic Vigilance
N Vasilyeva, KM Smith, K Barr, J Kiper, S Stich, E Machery, HC Barrett
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
32021
The evolution of (intergroup) peace hinges on how we define groups and peace
AC Pisor, KM Smith, JP Deminchuk
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 47, e22, 2024
2024
Hearing prosocial stories increases Hadza hunter-gatherers’ generosity in an economic game
KM Smith, IA Mabulla, CL Apicella
Human Nature 34 (1), 103-121, 2023
2023
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