Papers

Journal Articles

  • Mitchell, Dominic, Ingram, Gordon, Rauwolf, Paul and Bryson, Joanna J. On the reliability of unreliable information: Gossip as cultural memory. Interaction Studies (in press) [pdf coming soon]
  • Rauwolf, Paul, Mitchell, Dominic and Bryson, Joanna J. Value Homophily Benefits Cooperation but Motivates Employing Incorrect Social Information. Journal of Theoretical Biology Volume 367, 21 pp. 246-261 (2015) [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Talks

  • Rauwolf, Paul and Bryson, Joanna J. Fairness Evolves Because of Partial Information 16th International Conference of Social Dilemmas (2015) [Abstract]
  • Rauwolf, Paul, Mitchell, Dominic, and Bryson, Joanna J. Value Homophily Benefits Cooperation but Motivates Employing Incorrect Social Information. 16th International Conference of Social Dilemmas.(2015) [Abstract]
  • Rauwolf, Paul and Bryson, Joanna J. The Evolution of the Impact Bias. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association Annual Conference (2015) [Abstract]
  • Rauwolf, Paul, Mitchell, Dominic and Bryson, Joanna J. Cooperation benefits when homophily motivates dishonesty in gossip. European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association Annual Conference (2014) [Programme]

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

  • Rauwolf, Paul and Bryson, Joanna J. Selective Pressure for the Divergence in Decision and Experienced Utility. Proceedings from Collective Intelligence (2014) [PDF]
  • Rauwolf, Paul, Balke, Tina and De Vos, Marina. Towards A Computational Model of Normative Awareness. Proceedings from Social.Path, AISB (2013) [PDF]
  • Rauwolf, Paul and Berthouze, Luc. Transfer or no transfer: The key role of learning specificity, In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, pp. 97-104 (2010) [PDF]

Invited Talks

  • Rauwolf, Paul and Mitchell, Dominic. Whistleblowing and complicity – insights from computer modelling and evolutionary biology [Flyer]