Matthew Zefferman
TitleCited byYear
Cultural group selection plays an essential role in explaining human cooperation: A sketch of the evidence
P Richerson, R Baldini, AV Bell, K Demps, K Frost, V Hillis, S Mathew, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, e30, 2016
Renewable energy: current and potential issues
D Pimentel, M Herz, M Glickstein, M Zimmerman, R Allen, K Becker, ...
BioScience 52 (12), 1111-1120, 2002
An evolutionary theory of large‐scale human warfare: Group‐structured cultural selection
MR Zefferman, S Mathew
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 24 (2), 50-61, 2015
Direct reciprocity under uncertainty does not explain one-shot cooperation, but demonstrates the benefits of a norm psychology
MR Zefferman
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (5), 358-367, 2014
When repentance and forgiveness are possible, direct reciprocity does not explain one-shot generosity, even under arbitrarily high levels of uncertainty
MR Zefferman
Evolution and Human Behavior 6 (35), 548-549, 2014
Cultural group selection follows Darwin's classic syllogism for the operation of selection
P Richerson, R Baldini, AV Bell, K Demps, K Frost, V Hillis, S Mathew, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
Mothers teach daughters because daughters teach granddaughters: the evolution of sex-biased transmission
MR Zefferman
Behavioral Ecology 27 (4), 1172-1181, 2016
Solving the puzzle of human warfare requires an explanation of battle raids and cultural institutions
MR Zefferman, R Baldini, S Mathew
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (20), E2557-E2557, 2015
Work measurement for estimating food preparation time of a bioregenerative diet
A Olabi, J Hunter, P Jackson, M Segal, R Spies, C Wang, C Lau, C Ong, ...
Habitation 9 (1), 17-30, 2003
Many important group-level traits are institutions
MR Zefferman, PJ Richerson
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 280-281, 2014
Cultural multilevel selection suggests neither large or small cooperative agreements are likely to solve climate change without changing the game
MR Zefferman
Sustainability Science 13 (1), 109-118, 2018
Cultural evolution of human cooperation and conflict
MR Zefferman
University of California, Davis, 2013
Should the Consensus be Essentialist and Adaptationist? A Commentary on David Sloan Wilson
MR Zefferman
Cliodynamics 4 (1), 120-122, 2013
The application of theories of cultural evolution towards sustainable societies.
MR Zimmerman
Cornell University, 2002
Supplemental Appendices for “Direct Reciprocity Under Uncertainty Does Not Explain One-shot Cooperation, but Demonstrates the Benefits of a Norm Psychology”
MR Zefferman
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