Sam Passmore
Sam Passmore
Evolution of Cultural Diversity Initiative, Australian National University
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Sequence alignment of folk song melodies reveals cross-cultural regularities of musical evolution
PE Savage, S Passmore, G Chiba, TE Currie, H Suzuki, QD Atkinson
Current Biology 32 (6), 1395-1402. e8, 2022
Grambank reveals the importance of genealogical constraints on linguistic diversity and highlights the impact of language loss
H Skirgĺrd, HJ Haynie, DE Blasi, H Hammarström, J Collins, JJ Latarche, ...
Science Advances 9 (16), eadg6175, 2023
Shared cultural history as a predictor of political and economic changes among nation states
LJ Matthews, S Passmore, PM Richard, RD Gray, QD Atkinson
PloS one 11 (4), e0152979, 2016
CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database
SG Roberts, A Killin, A Deb, C Sheard, SJ Greenhill, K Sinnemäki, ...
Journal of language evolution 5 (2), 101-120, 2020
The Global Jukebox: A public database of performing arts and culture.
ALC Wood, KR Kirby, CR Ember, S Silbert, H Daikoku, J McBride, ...
PLOS ONE 17 (11), e0275469, 2022
No universals in the cultural evolution of kinship terminology
S Passmore, FM Jordan
Evolutionary Human Sciences 2, e42, 2020
Cultural and environmental predictors of pre-European deforestation on Pacific Islands
QD Atkinson, T Coomber, S Passmore, SJ Greenhill, G Kushnick
PloS one 11 (5), e0156340, 2016
Social practice and shared history, not social scale, structure cross‐cultural complexity in kinship systems
P Rácz, S Passmore, FM Jordan
Topics in Cognitive Science 12 (2), 744-765, 2020
Deep cultural ancestry and human development indicators across nation states
RB Sookias, S Passmore, QD Atkinson
Royal Society Open Science 5 (4), 171411, 2018
Text analysis shows conceptual overlap as well as domain-specific differences in Christian and secular worldviews
J Watts, S Passmore, JC Jackson, C Rzymski, RIM Dunbar
Cognition 201, 104290, 2020
Societies of strangers do not speak less complex languages
O Shcherbakova, SM Michaelis, HJ Haynie, S Passmore, V Gast, RD Gray, ...
Science Advances 9 (33), eadf7704, 2023
Usage frequency and lexical class determine the evolution of kinship terms in Indo-European
P Rácz, S Passmore, C Sheard, FM Jordan
Royal Society Open Science 6 (10), 191385, 2019
Kin against kin: internal co-selection and the coherence of kinship typologies
S Passmore, W Barth, K Quinn, SJ Greenhill, N Evans, FM Jordan
Biological theory 16 (3), 176-193, 2021
Convergent evolution in a large cross-cultural database of musical scales
JM McBride, S Passmore, T Tlusty
Plos one 18 (12), e0284851, 2023
Kinbank: A global database of kinship terminology
S Passmore, W Barth, SJ Greenhill, K Quinn, C Sheard, P Argyriou, ...
Plos one 18 (5), e0283218, 2023
Global musical diversity is largely independent of linguistic and genetic histories
S Passmore, ALC Wood, C Barbieri, D Shilton, H Daikoku, QD Atkinson, ...
Nature Communications 15 (1), 3964, 2024
Group singing is globally dominant and associated with social context
D Shilton, S Passmore, PE Savage
Royal Society Open Science 10 (9), 230562, 2023
WEIRD people and the Western Church: who made whom?
S Passmore, J Watts
Religion, Brain & Behavior 12 (3), 304-311, 2022
The Exceptions and the Rules in Global Musical Diversity
S Passmore, PE Savage
Journal of Cognition 6 (1), 47, 2023
The global recurrence and variability of kinship terminology structure
S Passmore
PsyArXiv, 2023
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