Variation, Transmission, Selection, and Culture Change:
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2004 Random Drift and Culture Change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 271 (1547): 1443-1450.
Bentley, R. Alexander, and Stephen J. Shennan
2003 Cultural Transmission and Stochastic Network Growth. American Antiquity 68 (3): 459-486.
Bettinger, Robert L., and Jelmer Eerkens
1999 Point Typologies, Cultural Transmission, and the Spread of Bow-and-Arrow Technology in the Prehistoric Great Basin. American Antiquity 64: 231-242.
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Braun, David P.
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Cochrane, Ethan E.
2002 Separating Time and Space in Archaeological Landscapes: An Example from Windward Society Islands Ceremonial Architecture.
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Feathers, James K.
2006 Explaining Shell-Tempered Pottery in Prehistoric Eastern North America. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 13(2): 89-133.
Guglielmino, C.R., C. Viganotti, B. Hewlett, and L.L. Cavalli-Sforza
1995 Cultural Variation in Africa: Role of Mechanisms of Transmission and Adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 92: 585-589.
Hahn, Matthew W., and R. Alexander Bentley
2003 Drift as a Mechanism for Cultural Change: An Example from Baby Names. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 270: 120-123.
2001 Cultural Transmission and the Diffusion of Innovations. American Anthropologist 103: 992-1013.
Henrich, Joseph, and Francisco J. Gil-White
2001 The Evolution of Prestige: Freely Conferred Deference as a Mechanism for Enhancing the Benefits of Cultural Transmission. Evolution and Human Behavior 22: 165-196.
Jordan, Peter, and Stephen Shennan
2003 Cultural Transmission, Language, and Basketry Traditions amongst the California Indians. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22(1): 42-74.
Leonard, Robert D., and George T. Jones
2002 Natural Selection. In Darwin and Archaeology: A Handbook of Key Concepts, edited by John P. Hart and John E. Terrell, pp. 49-68. Bergin and Garvey, Westport.
Lipo, Carl P., and Mark E. Madsen
2001 Neutrality, ‘Style,’ and Drift: Building Methods for Studying Cultural Transmission in the Archaeological Record. In Style and Function: Conceptual Issues in Evolutionary Archaeology, edited by Teresa D. Hurt and Gordon F.M. Rakita, pp. 91-118. Bergin and Garvey, Westport, Connecticut.
Lipo, Carl P., Mark E. Madsen, Robert C. Dunnell, and Tim Hunt
1997 Population Structure, Cultural Transmission, and Frequency Seriation. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 16: 301-333.
Lycett, Stephen J.
2008 Acheulian Variation and Selection: Does Handaxe Symmetry Fit Neutral Expectations? Journal of Archaeological Sciences 35: 2640-2648.
Lycett, Stephen J., and Noreen von Cramon-Taubadel
2008 Acheulean Variability and Hominid Dispersals: a Model-Bound Approach. Journal of Archaeological Sciences 35: 553-562.
Lycett, Stephen J., and John A. J. Gowlett
2008 On Questions Surrounding the Acheulean 'Tradition.' World Archaeology 40(3): 295-315.
1997 Cognitive Archeology, Evolutionary Psychology, and Cultural Transmission, with Particular Reference to Religious Ideas. In Rediscovering Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Archaeological Explanation, edited by C. Michael Barton and Geoffrey A. Clark, pp. 67-74. American Anthropological Association, Archeological Papers No. 7. Washington, D.C.
Neiman, Fraser D.
1995 Stylistic Variation in Evolutionary Perspective: Inferences from Decorative Diversity and Interassemblage Distance in Illinois Woodland Ceramic Assemblages. American Antiquity 60 (1): 7-36.
O’Brien, Michael J., and Thomas D. Holland
1990 Variation, Selection, and the Archaeological Record. In Archaeological Method and Theory, vol. 2, edited by Michael B. Schiffer, pp. 31-79. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1992 The Role of Adaptation in Archaeological Explanation. American Antiquity 57: 36-59.
1995a The Nature and Premise of a Selection-Based Archaeology. In Evolutionary Archaeology: Methodological Issues, edited by Patrice A. Teltser, pp. 175-200. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
O’Brien, Michael J., and R. Lee Lyman
2000 Measuring and Explaining Change in Artifact Variation with Clade-Diversity Diagrams. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 19: 39-74.
1994 Gradual or Step-Wise Change: The Development of Sedentary Settlement Patterns in Northeast Mississippi. American Antiquity 59: 405-425.
2008 Maglemosian Memes: Technological Ontogeny, Craft Traditions and the Evolution of Northern European Barbed Points, in M.J. O’Brien (ed.) Cultural Transmission and Archaeology: Issues and Case Studies. Washington, D.C.: Society for American Archaeology Press, pp. 178-189.
1985 Darwinian Selection, Symbolic Variation, and the Evolution of Culture. Current Anthropology 26: 65-88.
1989 Undirected Variation and the Darwinian Explanation of Culture Change. In Archaeological Method and Theory, vol. 1, edited by Michael B. Schiffer, pp. 1-45. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1997 Transmission Theory in the Study of Stone Tools: a Midwestern Example. In Rediscovering Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Archaeological Explanation, edited by C. Michael Barton and Geoffrey A. Clark, pp. 193-204. American Anthropological Association, Archeological Papers No. 7. Washington, D.C.
Tehrani, Jamshid, and Felix Riede
2008 The Role of Pedagogy in the Transmission and Maintenance of Cultural Traditions. World Archaeology 40(3): 316-331.