Evolving social influence in large populations

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Darwinian studies of collective human behaviour, which deal fluently with change and are grounded in the details of social influence among individuals, have much to offer “social” models from the physical sciences which have elegant statistical regularities. Although Darwinian evolution is often associated with selection and adaptation, “neutral” models of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00265-010-1102-1

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@article{Bentley2010EvolvingSI, title={Evolving social influence in large populations}, author={R. Alexander Bentley and Paul Ormerod and Michael Batty}, journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology}, year={2010}, volume={65}, pages={537-546} }