Jessica Barker
Jessica Barker
Affiliated researcher, Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University
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Radio-tagging technology reveals extreme nest-drifting behavior in a eusocial insect
S Sumner, E Lucas, J Barker, N Isaac
Current Biology 17 (2), 140-145, 2007
Male blue monkeys alarm call in response to danger experienced by others
S Papworth, AS Böse, J Barker, AM Schel, K Zuberbühler
Biology letters 4 (5), 472-475, 2008
Within-group competition reduces cooperation and payoffs in human groups
JL Barker, P Barclay, HK Reeve
Behavioral Ecology 23 (4), 735-741, 2012
Inter-group cooperation in humans and other animals
EJH Robinson, JL Barker
Biology letters 13 (3), 20160793, 2017
Synthesizing perspectives on the evolution of cooperation within and between species
JL Barker, JL Bronstein, ML Friesen, EI Jones, HK Reeve, AG Zink, ...
Evolution 71 (4), 814-825, 2017
Temporal structure in cooperative interactions: what does the timing of exploitation tell us about its cost?
JL Barker, JL Bronstein
PLoS biology 14 (2), 2016
Local competition increases people's willingness to harm others
JL Barker, P Barclay
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (4), 315-322, 2016
Asymmetry within social groups: division of labour and intergroup competition
JL Barker, KJ Loope, HK Reeve
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (3), 560-571, 2016
Content, cost, and context: A framework for understanding human signaling systems
JL Barker, EA Power, S Heap, M Puurtinen, R Sosis
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 28 (2), 86-99, 2019
The behavioral ecology of nectar robbing: why be tactic constant?
JL Bronstein, JL Barker, EM Lichtenberg, LL Richardson, RE Irwin
Current opinion in insect science 21, 14-18, 2017
Competition over personal resources favors contribution to shared resources in human groups
JL Barker, P Barclay, HK Reeve
PloS one 8 (3), 2013
Learning about larceny: experience can bias bumble bees to rob nectar
JL Barker, A Dornhaus, JL Bronstein, F Muth
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (4), 68, 2018
Greener than thou: People who protect the environment are more cooperative, compete to be environmental, and benefit from reputation
P Barclay, JL Barker
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 101441, 2020
Pathogens and immigrants: A critical appraisal of the behavioral immune system as an explanation of prejudice against ethnic outgroups
I Kusche, JL Barker
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2412, 2019
Noisy communities and signal detection: why do foragers visit rewardless flowers?
EM Lichtenberg, JM Heiling, JL Bronstein, JL Barker
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1802), 20190486, 2020
Robert Axelrod’s (1984) The Evolution of Cooperation
JL Barker
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, 2017
Digest: Songs of the sea: Mammalian vocalizations in aquatic and terrestrial environments
JL Barker
Evolution 71 (2), 489-490, 2017
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