Publications

Dean L.G., G.L. Vale, K.N. Laland, E. Flynn and R.L. Kendal (2014) Human cumulative culture: a comparative perspective. Biological Reviews, 89 (2) 284-301 [pdf]

Dean, L.G., A. Breslin and E.Z. Ross (2014) Is it hot in here? Thermoregulation and homeostasis through an exercise activity. Advances in Physiology Education, 38 (1) 99-100 [pdf]

Dean L.G. (2013) How We Do It: The Evolution and Future of Human Reproduction. Book review in Folia Primatologica Link to journal (paywall)

Dean L.G., R.L. Kendal, S.J. Schapiro, B. Thierry and K.N. Laland (2012) Identification of the Social and Cognitive Capabilities Underlying Human Cumulative Culture. Science, 335 (6072) 1114- 1118 [pdf]

For a great description of the project, see Ed Yong’s blogpost.

Laland K.N., L.G. Dean, W.J.E. Hoppitt, L.E. Rendell and M.M. Webster (2012) Social Learning: Strategies, mechanisms and models, In: Handbook of Comparative Cognition, eds. T.R. Zentall and E. Wasserman, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Dean L.G., W. Hoppitt, K.N. Laland and R.L. Kendal (2011) Sex ratio affects sex specific innovation and learning in captive ruffed lemurs (Varecia variegata ssp.). American Journal of Primatology, 73 (12) 1210-1221 [pdf]

Dean L.G. (2011) A Comparative Investigation of the Cognitive and Social Factors Underlying a Capacity for Cumulative Culture. University of St. Andrews

Dean L.G. and L. Fogarty (2010) Innovations in the study of human culture. Book review in Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 8 (3): 281-284 Link to journal (paywall)

Dean L., (2008) Greener British Future. Paper published as part of ippr ‘Britain’s Got Brains’ competition Link to website (free)

Kendal R.L., L. Dean, K.N. Laland (2007) Objectivism should not be a casualty of innovation’s operationalization. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30 (4): 413-414

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