Publications

All publications and preprints can be accessed (openly and freely) at my Google Scholar profile please email me if you are having trouble accessing them.

Preprints:

Brand, C. O., Mesoudi, A., & Morgan, T. J. H. (2021) Trusting the experts: the domain-specificity of prestige-biased social learning. PsyArXiv https://psyarxiv.com/28t5d 

Brand, C. O., Mesoudi, A., & Smaldino, P. E. (2020) Analogy as the core of cumulative cultural evolution. PsyArXiv https://psyarxiv.com/ynkqf 

Published:

Brand, C. O., Heap, S., Morgan, T., & Mesoudi, A. (2020). The Emergence and Adaptive Use of Prestige in an Online Social Learning Task. Scientific Reports, 10(12095) https://rdcu.be/b5KWO

Brand, C. O., Acerbi, A., Mesoudi, A. (2019). Cultural Evolution of Emotional Expression in 50 Years of Song Lyrics. Evolutionary Human Sciences, (1). https://doi.org/10.1017/ehs.2019.11

Griffiths AGF, Modinou I, Heslop C, Brand C, Weatherill A, Baker K, et al. (2019). AccessLab: Workshops to broaden access to scientific research. PLoS Biol, 17(5): e3000258. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000258

Brand, C. O., & Mesoudi, A. (2019). Prestige and dominance-based hierarchies exist in naturally occurring human groups, but are unrelated to task-specific knowledge. Royal Society Open Science, 6(5), 181621https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.181621

Brand, C. O., Ounsley, J. P., van der Post, D. J., & Morgan, T. J. H. (2019). Cumulative Science via Bayesian Posterior Passing: An Introduction. Meta-Psychology, (3)  https://doi.org/10.15626/MP.2017.840

Brand CO, Brown GR & Cross CP. (2018). Sex differences in the use of social information emerge under conditions of risk. Peer J, (6)e4190 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.4190 

Brand CO, Eguma R, Zuberbühler K & Hobaiter C. (2014). First report of prey capture from human laid snare-traps by wild chimpanzees. Primates, (55) 437-440. 10.1007/s10329-014-0419-1

Brown GR, Cross CP, Street S & Brand CO. (2014). Comment: Beyond ‘evolutionary versus social’: moving the cycle shift debate forward. Emotion Review, (6) 250-251. https://doi.org/10.1177/1754073914523050