Robin Dunbar

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
"Robin Dunbar"


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Louise Barrett grad student University of Liverpool
Guy Cowlishaw grad student UCL
Kit Opie grad student Oxford
Yvan I Russell grad student Oxford (PsychTree)
Jaimie Arona Krems grad student 2012-2013 Oxford (PsychTree)


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Laakasuo M, Rotkirch A, van Duijn M, et al. (2020) Homophily in Personality Enhances Group Success Among Real-Life Friends. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 710
Dunbar RIM, Cheyne SM, Lan D, et al. (2019) Environment and time as constraints on the biogeographical distribution of gibbons. American Journal of Primatology. e22940
David-Barrett T, Dunbar RI. (2017) Fertility, Kinship and the Evolution of Mass Ideologies. Journal of Theoretical Biology
David-Barrett T, Dunbar RI. (2016) Language as a coordination tool evolves slowly. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160259
Pearce E, Launay J, van Duijn M, et al. (2016) Singing together or apart: The effect of competitive and cooperative singing on social bonding within and between sub-groups of a university Fraternity. Psychology of Music. 44: 1255-1273
Tarr B, Launay J, Dunbar RI. (2016) Silent disco: dancing in synchrony leads to elevated pain thresholds and social closeness. Evolution and Human Behavior : Official Journal of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society. 37: 343-349
Whitaker RM, Colombo GB, Allen SM, et al. (2016) A Dominant Social Comparison Heuristic Unites Alternative Mechanisms for the Evolution of Indirect Reciprocity. Scientific Reports. 6: 31459
Nummenmaa L, Tuominen L, Dunbar R, et al. (2016) Social Touch Modulates Endogenous μ-opioid System Activity in Humans. Neuroimage
Dávid-Barrett T, Dunbar RI. (2016) Bipedality and hair loss in human evolution revisited: The impact of altitude and activity scheduling. Journal of Human Evolution. 94: 72-82
Launay J, Tarr B, Dunbar RIM, et al. (2016) Synchrony as an Adaptive Mechanism for Large-Scale Human Social Bonding Ethology. 122: 779-789
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