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Mitani and Rodman (1979) showed that a simple measure of the defendability of the range area could differentiate fairly successfully between territorial and non-territorial species of primates. Their analysis has, however, been much criticised on the grounds that it considered only the day journey length and the diameter of the range area. We develop a(More)
Conventional models of cultural evolution consider only panmictic populations. In many real world cases, however, random mating is constrained by the spatial or social structure of the population. A spatial population model of biased cultural transmission is proposed. Monte Carlo simulations produce results which show quantitatively different dynamics to(More)
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