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Aaron Lightner
Aaron Lightner
Department of the Study of Religion, Aarhus University
Verified email at cas.au.dk
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Radical framing effects in the ultimatum game: the impact of explicit culturally transmitted frames on economic decision-making
AD Lightner, P Barclay, EH Hagen
Royal Society open science 4 (12), 170543, 2017
162017
Ethnoscientific expertise and knowledge specialisation in 55 traditional cultures
AD Lightner, C Heckelsmiller, EH Hagen
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, 2021
142021
Ethnomedical specialists and their supernatural theories of disease
AD Lightner, C Heckelsmiller, EH Hagen
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-36, 2021
62021
Game theoretical aspects of the minds of gods
A Lightner, BG Purzycki
PsyArXiv, 2021
52021
Coding, causality, and statistical craft: The emergence and evolutionary drivers of moralistic supernatural punishment remain unresolved
BG Purzycki, T Bendixen, AD Lightner
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-8, 2022
42022
The Cultural Evolution of Religion and Cooperation
T Bendixen, A Lightner, BG Purzycki
PsyArXiv, 2021
42021
Acculturation and market integration are associated with greater trust among Tanzanian Maasai pastoralists
AD Lightner, EH Hagen
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, 2021
42021
Homo medicus: The transition to meat eating, increased pathogen pressure, and the constitutive and inducible use of pharmacological plants in Homo
E Hagen, A Blackwell, A Lightner, R Sullivan
OSF Preprints, 2021
32021
Gods, games, and the socioecological landscape
BG Purzycki, T Bendixen, AD Lightner, R Sosis
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology 3, 100057, 2022
22022
Religion: The WEIRDest concept in the world?
AD Lightner, ZH Garfield, EH Hagen
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-8, 2022
12022
Mapping the terra incognita of economic cognition will require an experimental paradigm that incorporates context
AD Lightner, EH Hagen
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, 2018
12018
Moralistic supernatural punishment is probably not associated with social complexity
AD Lightner, T Bendixen, BG Purzycki
Evolution and Human Behavior, 6481, 2022
2022
All models are wrong, and some are religious: Supernatural explanations as abstract and useful falsehoods about complex realities
A Lightner, E Hagen
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
Correction to: Ethnomedical Specialists and their Supernatural Theories of Disease
AD Lightner, C Heckelsmiller, EH Hagen
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-1, 2022
2022
Cross-cultural datasets systematically underestimate the presence of moralizing gods in small-scale societies
A Lightner, T Bendixen, BG Purzycki
SocArXiv, 2022
2022
Moralizing gods, local gods, and complexity in Hindu god concepts: evidence from South India
C Placek, A Lightner
Religion, Brain & Behavior 12 (1-2), 97-115, 2022
2022
Middle-earth wasn't built in a day: How do we explain the costs of creating a world?
AD Lightner, C Heckelsmiller, EH Hagen
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45, e286, 2022
2022
Cultural Change and Sacred Institutions: An Ongoing Case Study with Maasai Pastoralists
AD Lightner, R Quinlan, EH Hagen
2019
Correction to ‘Radical framing effects in the ultimatum game: the impact of explicit culturally transmitted frames on economic decision-making’
AD Lightner, P Barclay, EH Hagen
Royal Society Open Science 5 (2), 180120, 2018
2018
Radical framing effects in the ultimatum game: the impact of explicit culturally transmitted frames on economic decision-making (vol 4, 170543, 2017)
AD Lightner, P Barclay, EH Hagen
ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE 5 (2), 2018
2018
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