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Journal Article (49)

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    Greenhill, S. J.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Meade, A.; Gray, R. D.: The shape and tempo of language evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1693), pp. 2443 - 2450 (2010)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Drummond, A. J.; Gray, R. D.: How accurate and robust are the phylogenetic estimates of Austronesian language relationships? PLoS One 5 (3) (2010)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Currie, T. E.; Gray, R. D.: Does horizontal transmission invalidate cultural phylogenies? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), pp. 2299 - 2306 (2009)
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    Jordan, F.; Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Mace, R.: Matrilocal residence is ancestral in Austronesian societies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), pp. 1957 - 1964 (2009)
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    Gray, R. D.; Drummond, A. J.; Greenhill, S. J.: Language phylogenies reveal expansion pulses and pauses in Pacific settlement. Science 323 (5913), pp. 479 - 483 (2009)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: Darwin, language, and two great Pacific voyages. New Zealand Science Review 66 (3), pp. 97 - 101 (2009)
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    Atkinson, Q. D.; Meade, A.; Venditti, C.; Greenhill, S. J.; Pagel, M.: Languages evolve in punctuational bursts. Science Magazine 319 (5863), p. 588 - 588 (2008)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Blust, R.; Gray, R. D.: The Austronesian basic vocabulary database: from bioinformatics to lexomics. Evolutionary Bioinformatics 4, pp. 271 - 283 (2008)
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    Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Ross, R. M.: The pleasures and perils of Darwinizing culture (with phylogenies). Biological Theory 2 (4), pp. 360 - 375 (2007)

Book Chapter (7)

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    Forkel, R.; Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; List, J.-M.; Rzymski, C.; Tresoldi, T.: Managing historical linguistic data for computational phylogenetics and computer-assisted language comparison. In: Humanities Commons (2019)
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    Greenhill, S. J.: Evolution and Language: Phylogenetic Analyses. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition) (Ed. Wright, J. D.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2015)
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    Greenhill, S. J.: Demographic correlates of language diversity. In: The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics, pp. 557 - 578. Routledge, Amsterdam (2014)
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    Bulbulia, J.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.: Why do religious cultures evolve slowly? The cultural evolution of cooperative calling and the historical study of religions. In: Mind, morality and magic: cognitive science approaches in biblical studies, pp. 197 - 212 (Eds. Czachesz, I.; Uro, R.). Acumen, Durham (2013)
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    Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Phylogenetic models of language change: three new questions. In: Cultural evolution: Society, technology, language, and religion. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 12, pp. 285 - 302 (Eds. Richerson, P. J.; Christiansen, M. H.). MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass (2013)
  6. Book Chapter
    Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: Austronesian language phylogenies: myths and misconceptions about Bayesian computational methods. In: Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: A festschrift for Robert Blust, Pacific linguistics, Canberra Australia, pp. 375 - 398 (Eds. Adelaar , A.; Pawley, A.). Pacific Linguistics, Canberra (2009)
  7. Book Chapter
    Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: Testing population dispersal hypotheses: Pacific settlement, phylogenetic trees, and Austronesian languages. In: The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach, pp. 31 - 52 (Eds. Mace, R.; Holden, C. J.; Shennan, S.). UCL Press, London (2005)
 
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