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Journal Articles

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  1. Salali, G. D., & Uysal, M. 2021. Effective incentives for increasing COVID-19 vaccine uptake. Psychological Medicine, 1-6. 

  2. Salali, G. D., & Uysal, M. S. 2021. Why some hesitate more: cross-cultural variation in conspiracy beliefs, belief in science, and vaccine attitudes. medRxiv.

  3. Salali, G. D., Uysal, M. S., & Bevan, A. under review. Adaptive function and correlates of anxiety during a pandemic. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health.

  4. Keestra, S. M., Male, V., & Salali, G. D. 2021. Out of balance: the role of evolutionary mismatches in the sex disparity in autoimmune disease. Medical hypotheses. 151, 110558.

  5. Arnot, M., Brandl, E., Campbell, O. L. K., Chen, Y., Du, J., Dyble, M., ... & Zhang, H., 2020. How evolutionary behavioural sciences can help us understand behaviour in a pandemic. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. (1), 264-278.

  6. Salali, G. D., & Uysal, M. S., 2020. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy is associated with beliefs on the origin of the novel coronavirus in the UK and Turkey. Psychological medicine. 1-6.

  7. Salali, G.D., Dyble, M., Chaudhary, N., Sikka, G., Derkx, I., Keestra, S.M., Smith, D., Thompson, J., Vinicius, L. and Migliano, A.B., 2020. Global WEIRDing: transitions in wild plant knowledge and treatment preferences in Congo hunter–gatherers. Evolutionary Human Sciences. 2.

  8. Moser, C.J., Lee-Rubin, H., Bainbridge, C.M., Atwood, S., Simson, J., Knox, D., Glowacki, L., Galbarczyk, A., Jasienska, G., Ross, C. and Neff, M.B., 2020. Acoustic regularities in infant-directed vocalizations across cultures. bioRxiv.

  9. Salali, G.D.,Chaudhary N., Bouer, J., Thompson, J., Vinicius L., Migliano A.B., 2019. Development of social learning and play in hunter-gatherers. Scientific Reports. 9: 11080

  10. Page, A.E., Thomas, M.G., Smith, D., Dyble, M., Viguier, S., Chaudhary, N., Salali, G.D., Thompson, J., Mace, R. and Migliano, A.B., 2019. Testing adaptive hypotheses of alloparenting in Agta foragers. Nature Human Behaviour. 3(11), pp.1154-1163.

  11. Smith, D., Dyble, M., Major, K., Page, A.E., Chaudhary, N., Salali, G.D., Thompson, J., Vinicius, L., Migliano, A.B. and Mace, R., 2019. A friend in need is a friend indeed: Need-based sharing, rather than cooperative assortment, predicts experimental resource transfers among Agta hunter-gatherers. Evolution and Human Behavior. 40(1): 82-89.

  12. Mesman, J., Minter, T., Angnged, A., Cisse, I., Salali, G.D., Migliano, A.B. 2018. Universality without uniformity: A culturally inclusive approach to sensitive responsiveness in infant caregiving. Child Development. 89(3): 837-850

  13. Smith, D., Schlaepfer, P., Major, K., Dyble, M., Page, A.E., Thompson, J., Chaudhary, N., Salali, G.D., Mace, R., Astete, L., Astete, M., Vinicius, L., Migliano, A.B., 2017. Cooperation and the evolution of hunter-gatherer storytelling. Nature Communications. 8(1): 1853

  14. Migliano A.B., Page A., Gardenes, J.G., Salali G.D., Viguier, S., Dyble M., Latora, V., Chaudhary N., Thompson J., Smith D., Strods, J., Vinicius L., Mace R. 2017. Characterisation of hunter-gatherer networks and implications for cumulative culture. Nature Human Behaviour. 1: 0043 (cover story of the February 2017 issue)

  15. Page A., Chaudhary N., Viguier, S., Thompson J., Smith D., Salali G.D., Dyble M., Mace R., Migliano A.B. 2017. Social network centrality and hunter-gatherer reproductive success. Scientific Reports. 7:1153

  16. Salali, G.D., Chaudhary N., Thompson J., Grace, O., van der Brugt, X.M., Dyble M., Page A., Smith D., Lewis, J., Mace R., Vinicius L., Migliano A.B. 2016. Knowledge sharing networks in hunter-gatherers and the evolution of cumulative culture. Current Biology. 26:1–6

  17. Chaudhary N., Salali G.D., Thompson J., Rey, A., Gerbault, P., Stevenson, E., Dyble M., Page A., Smith D., Mace R., Vinicius L., Migliano, A.B. 2016. Competition for Cooperation: variability, benefits and heritability of relational wealth in hunter-gatherers. Scientific Reports.6:29120

  18. Dyble M., Thompson J., Page A., Smith D., Chaudhary N., Salali G.D., Vinicius L., Mace R., Migliano A.B. 2016.Networks of food sharing reveal the functional significance of multilevel sociality in two hunter-gatherer groups. Current Biology. 26:1-5

  19. Smith, D., Dyble, M., Thompson, J., Major, K., Page, A., Chaudhary, N., Salali, G.D., Vinicius, L., Migliano, A., Mace, R. 2016. Camp Stability Predicts Patterns of Hunter-Gatherer Cooperation. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160131

  20. Page A., Viguier, S., Dyble M., Smith D., Chaudhary N., Salali G.D., Thompson J., Vinicius L., Mace R., Migliano A.B. 2016.Reproductive trade-offs in extant hunter-gatherers suggest adaptive mechanism for the Neolithic expansion. PNAS. 113(17):  4694–4699

  21. Salali, G.D., Migliano A.B. 2015. Future discounting in Congo basin hunter-gatherers declines with socio-economic transitions.PLoS ONE. 10(9): e0137806

  22. Salali, G.D., Whitehouse H., Hochberg, M. E. 2015. A life-cycle model of human social groups produces a U-shaped distribution in group size. PLoS ONE. 10(9): e0138496

  23. Dyble M., Salali G.D., Chaudhary N., Page A., Smith D., Thompson J., Vinicius L., Mace R., Migliano A.B. 2015. Sex equality can explain the unique social structure of hunter-gatherer bands. Science. 348: 796–798.

  24. Chaudhary N., Salali G.D., Thompson J., Dyble M., Page A., Smith D., Mace R., Migliano, A.B. 2015. Polygyny without wealth: popularity in gift games predicts polygyny in BaYaka Pygmies. Royal Society Open Science. 2: 150054.

  25. Salali, G.D., Juda, M., Henrich, J. 2015. Development and imitation of costly punishment in children. Evolution and Human Behaviour. 36(2): 86-94

  26. Tanner, C.J., Salali, G.D.& Jackson, A.L. 2011. The ghost of social environments past: dominance relationships include current interactions and experience carried over from previous groups. Biology Letters. 7: 818-821.

  27. Tanner, C.J., Salalı, G.D.& Jackson, A.L. 2011. Feeding and non-feeding aggression can be induced in invasive shore crabs by altering food distribution. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.65(2): 249-256.

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