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Revisiting the effect of population size on cumulative cultural evolution

bioRxiv

Dec 21, 2013

Ryan Baldini

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[Henrich (2004)][1] argued that larger populations can better maintain complex technologies because they contain more highly skilled people whom others can imitate. His original model, however, did not distinguish the effects of population size from population density or network size; a...read more

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Population Group
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Revisiting the effect of population size on cumulative cultural evolution

bioRxiv

Dec 21, 2013

Ryan Baldini

PMID: 990001529

DOI: 10.1101/001529

Abstract

[Henrich (2004)][1] argued that larger populations can better maintain complex technologies because they contain more highly skilled people whom others can imitate. His original model, however, did not distinguish the effects of population size from population density or network size; a...read more

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Persons
Disease Transmission
Laboratory Culture
Analysis
Migration, Cell
Population Group
Biological Evolution
3
10

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