Publications

Forthcoming
Muthukrishna, M, J Henrich, and E Slingerland. “Psychology as a historical science.” Annual Review of Psychology (Forthcoming). PD (Preprint)
Henrich, J, and M Muthukrishna. “The Origins and Psychology of Human Cooperation.” Annual Review of Psychology (Forthcoming). PDF (Preprint)
Curtin, CM, HC Barrett, A Bolyanatz, A Crittenden, DMT Fessler, S Fitzpatrick, M Gurven, et al.Kinship intensity and the use of mental states in moral judgment across societies.” Evolution and Human Behavior (Forthcoming). Open Science Framework Manuscript with Supplement
Singh, M, Ted J. Kaptchuk, and J Henrich. “Small gods, rituals, and cooperationThe Mentawai water spirit Sikameinan.” Evolution and Human Behavior (Forthcoming). OSF (Data & Code) PDF
2020
Singh, M, and J Henrich. “Why do religious leaders observe costly prohibitions? Examining taboos on Mentawai shamans.” Evolutionary Human Sciences 2, no. E32 (2020): doi:10.1017/ehs.2020.32. Open Science Framework
Hong, Z. “Modelling the On-going Natural Selection of Educational Attainment in Contemporary Societies.” Journal of Theoretical Biology 493 (2020): 11210. Publisher's Version
Muthukrishna, M, AV Bell, J Henrich, CM Curtin, A Gedranovich, J McInerney, and B Thue. “Beyond Western, Educated, Industrial, Rich, and Democratic (WEIRD) Psychology: Measuring and Mapping Scales of Cultural and Psychological Distance.” Psychological Science (2020). Publisher's Version additional_supplementary_materials.zip
Witkower, Z, J. L. Tracy, J. T. Cheng, and J. Henrich. “Two Signals of Social Rank: Prestige and dominance are associated with distinct nonverbal displays.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118, no. 1 (2020): 89-120. Online Version
2019
Mehr, SA, M Singh, D Knox, DM Ketter, D Pickens-Jones, S Atwood, C Lucas, et al.Universality and diversity in human song.” Science 366, no. 6468 (2019): eaaax0868. Publisher's Version PDF
Schulz, J, J Beauchamp, D Bahrami-Rad, and J Henrich. “The church, intensive kinship and global psychological variation.” Science 366, no. 707 (2019): 1-12. Data PDF
Bhui, R, M Chudek, and J Henrich. “Work time and market integration in the original affluent society.” PNAS (2019): 1-6. Publisher's Version PDF
Bhui, R., M. Chudek, and J. Henrich. “How exploitation launched human cooperation.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, no. 78 (2019): 1-14. Online Version Supplemental Materials
Lang, M, BG Purzycki, CL Apicella, QD Atkinson, A Bolyanatz, E Cohen, C Handley, et al.Moralizing gods, impartiality, and religious parochialism across 15 societies.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2019).
Muthukrishna, M, and J Henrich. “A problem in theory.” Nature Human Behavior (2019). Link to PDF
Henrich, J, M Bauer, A Cassar, J Chytilova, and B. G. Purzycki. “War increases religiosity.” Nature Human Behavior: Letter (2019). Publisher's Version
2018
van Dorp, L, S Lowes, JL Weigel, Naser Ansari-Pour, S Lopez, J Mendoza-Revilla, JA Robinson, et al.Genetic legacy of state centralization in the Kuba Kingdom of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” PNAS 116, no. 2 (2018): 593-598. Publisher's Version PDF
Hruschka, D., D Medin, Barbara Rogoff, and J Henrich. “Pressing questions in the study of psychological and behavioral diversity.” PNAS 115, no. 45 (2018): 1-3. PDF
Henrich, J.Human Cooperation: The Hunter-Gatherer Puzzle.” Current Biology 28, no. 19 (2018): R1143-R1145. Publisher's Version
Awad, E., S. Dsouza, R. Kim, J. Schulz, J. Henrich, A. Shariff, J. F. Bonnefon, and I. Rahwan. “The Moral Machine Experiment.” Nature 563, no. 7729 (2018): 59-64. Publisher's Version
Muthukrishna, Michael, Michael Doebeli, Maciej Chudek, and Joseph Henrich. “The Cultural Brain Hypothesis: How culture drives brain expansion, sociality, and life history.” PLOS Computational Biology 14, no. 11 (2018): e1006504. Online Version

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