Olivier Morin
Olivier Morin
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena
Verified email at shh.mpg.de - Homepage
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How traditions live and die
O Morin
Oxford University Press, 2016
1642016
What is “mirror” in the premotor cortex? A review
O Morin, J Grèzes
Neurophysiologie clinique/Clinical neurophysiology 38 (3), 189-195, 2008
1022008
Cultural transmission and the evolution of human behaviour: a general approach based on the Price equation
C El Mouden, JB André, O Morin, D Nettle
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (2), 231-241, 2014
622014
How portraits turned their eyes upon us: visual preferences and demographic change in cultural evolution
O Morin
Evolution and Human Behavior 34 (3), 222-229, 2013
572013
Comment les traditions naissent et meurent: la transmission culturelle
O Morin
Odile Jacob, 2011
522011
Is Cooperation a Maladaptive By-product of Social Learning? The Docility Hypothesis Reconsidered
O Morin
Biological Theory, 1-10, 2014
342014
Reasons to be fussy about cultural evolution
O Morin
Biology & Philosophy, 1-12, 0
33
Questioning the cultural evolution of altruism
JB ANDRÉ, O Morin
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (12), 2531-2542, 2011
302011
Spontaneous Emergence of Legibility in Writing Systems: The Case of Orientation Anisotropy
O Morin
Cognitive Science 42, 664–677, 2017
242017
Birth of the cool: a two-centuries decline in emotional expression in Anglophone fiction
O Morin, A Acerbi
Cognition and emotion 31 (8), 1663-1675, 2017
222017
Pourquoi les enfants ont-ils des traditions?
O Morin
Terrain, 20-39, 2010
202010
Optimistic Expectations About Communication Explain Children’s Difficulties In Hiding, Lying and Mistrusting Liars.
O Mascaro, O Morin, D Sperber
Journal of child language, 1, 2016
182016
Writing, graphic codes, and asynchronous communication
O Morin, P Kelly, J Winters
Topics in Cognitive Science 12 (2), 727-743, 2020
152020
Gullible’s Travel: How honest and trustful children become vigilant communicators.
O Mascaro, O Morin
Trust and Skepticism: Children's Selective Learning from Testimony, 69, 2014
152014
Epistemology for beginners: Two-to five-year-old children's representation of falsity
O Mascaro, O Morin
PloS one 10 (10), e0140658, 2015
132015
Y at-il des règles constitutives?
O Morin
Tracés, 109-125, 2009
112009
Why people die in novels: testing the ordeal simulation hypothesis
O Morin, A Acerbi, O Sobchuk
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-10, 2019
82019
Majority rules: how good are we at aggregating convergent opinions?
H Mercier, O Morin
Evolutionary Human Sciences 1, 2019
82019
What does communication contribute to cultural transmission?
O Morin
Social Anthropology 21 (2), 230-235, 2013
82013
The Virtues of Ingenuity: Reasoning and Arguing without Bias
O Morin
Topoi, 1-14, 2014
62014
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