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Journal Article (8)

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    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Christianity spread faster in small, politically structured societies. Nature Human Behaviour 2 (2018)
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    Sheehan, O.; Watts, J.; Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Coevolution of landesque capital intensive agriculture and sociopolitical hierarchy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115 (14), pp. 3628 - 3633 (2018)
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    Gray, R. D.; Watts, J.: Cultural macroevolution matters. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (30) (2017)
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    Bulbina, J.; Fraser, G.; Watts, J.; Shaver, J. H.; Gray, R. D.: Can honest signaling theory clarify religion’s role in the evolution of social inequality? Religion, Brain and Behavior 7 (4), pp. 285 - 288 (2017)
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    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Ritual human sacrifice promoted and sustained the evolution of stratified societies. Nature 532 (7598), 17159, pp. 228 - 231 (2016)
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    Watts, J.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Clarity and causality needed in claims about Big Gods. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39 (January), e27 (2016)
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    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gomes-Ng, S.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Pulotu: Database of Austronesian supernatural beliefs and practices. PLoS One 10 (9) (2015)
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    Watts, J.; Greenhill, S. J.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Currie, T. E.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Broad supernatural punishment but not moralizing high gods precede the evolution of political complexity in Austronesia. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142556 (2015)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Book Chapter
    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Did ritualized human sacrifice help build and sustain social inequality? In: The cognitive science of religion: A methodological introduction to key empirical studies, pp. 239 - 248 (Eds. Slone, J.; McCorkle Jr., W.). Bloomsbury, London (2019)

Working Paper (1)

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    Working Paper
    Charles, S.; van Mulukom, V.; Farias, M.; Brown, J. E.; Delmonte, R.; de Maraldi, E. O.; Turner, L.; Watts, F.; Watts, J.; Dunbar, R.: Religious rituals increase social bonding and pain threshold. PsyArXiv Preprints, my4hs (2020)

Report (1)

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    Report
    Jackson, J. C.; Watts, J.; Henry, T. R.; List, J.-M.; Forkel, R.; Mucha, P. J.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.; Lindquist, K. A.: Emotion semantics show both cultural variation and universal structure (Science, 366). (2019), 6 pp.
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