Muthukrishna, M, AV Bell, J Henrich, C Curtin, A Gedranovich, J McInerney, and B Thue. “Beyond Western, Educated, Industrial, Rich, and Democratic (WEIRD) Psychology: Measuring and Mapping Scales of Cultural and Psychological Distance.” Psychological Science (2020). Publisher's Version
Witkower, Z, J. L. Tracy, J. T. Cheng, and J. Henrich. “Two Signals of Social Rank: Prestige and dominance are associated with distinct nonverbal displays.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118, no. 1 (2020): 89-120. Online Version
Schulz, J, J Beauchamp, D Bahrami-Rad, and J Henrich. “The church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation.” Science 366, no. 707 (2019): 1-12. Publisher's Version PDF
Bhui, R, M Chudek, and J Henrich. “Work time and market integration in the original affluent society.” PNAS (2019): 1-6. Publisher's Version PDF
Bhui, R., M. Chudek, and J. Henrich. “How exploitation launched human cooperation.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, no. 78 (2019): 1-14. Online Version PDF Supplementary Materials
Lang, M, B. G. Purzycki, C. L. Apicella, Q. D. Atkinson, A Bolyanatz, E Cohen, C Handley, et al.Moralizing gods, impartiality, and religious parochialism across 15 societies.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 (2019). Publisher's Version
Muthukrishna, M, and J Henrich. “A problem in theory.” Nature Human Behavior (2019). Link to PDF
Henrich, J., M. Bauer, A Cassar, J Chytilova, and B. G. Purzycki. “War increases religiosity.” Nature Human Behavior: Letter (2019). Publisher's Version PDF
van Dorp, Lucy, Sara Lowes, Jonathan L Weigel, Naser Ansari-Pour, Saioa Lopez, Javier Mendoza-Revilla, James A. Robinson, et al.Genetic legacy of state centralization in the Kuba Kingdom of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” PNAS 116, no. 2 (2018): 593-598. Publisher's Version PDF
Hruschka, D., Douglas Medin, Barbara Rogoff, and J Henrich. Pressing questions in the study of psychological and behavioral diversity. PNAS. Vol. 115, 2018, 115, 45, 1-3. Publisher's Version PDF
Henrich, J.Human Cooperation: The Hunter-Gatherer Puzzle.” Current Biology 28, no. 19 (2018): R1143-R1145. Publisher's Version
Awad, E, S Dsouza, R Kim, J Schulz, J Henrich, A Shariff, J. F Bonnefon, and I Rahwan. “The Moral Machine Experiment.” Nature 563, no. 7729 (2018): 59-64. Publisher's Version
Muthukrishna, Michael, Max Doebeli, Maciej Chudek, and Joseph Henrich. “The Cultural Brain Hypothesis: How culture drives brain expansion, sociality, and life history.” PLOS Computational Biology 14, no. 11 (2018): e1006504. Online Version
McNamara, R. A., A. K. Willard, A. Norenzayan, and J. Henrich. “Weighing Outcome vs. Intent Across Societies: How cultural models of mind shape moral reasoning.” Cognition 182 (2018): 95-108. Online version
Muthukrishna, M., J. Henrich, W. Toyakawa, T. Hamamura, T Kameda, and S. J. Heine. “Overconfidence is Universal? Elicitation of Genuine Overconfidence (EGO) procedure reveals systematic differences across domain, task knowledge, and incentives in four populations.” PLoS ONE 13, no. 8 (2018). Publisher's Version
Purzycki, B. G., A. Pisor, C. Apicella, Q. Atkinson, E. Cohen, J. Henrich, R. McElreath, et al.The Cognitive and Cultural Foundations of Moral Behavior.” Evolution and Human Behavior 39, no. 5 (2018): 490-501. Online Version
Purzycki, B. G., C. T. Ross, C. Apicella, Q. Atkinson, E. Cohen, R. A. McNamara, A. K. Willard, D. Xygalatas, A. Norenzayan, and J. Henrich. “Material security, life history, and moralistic religions: A cross-cultural examination.” PLoS ONE 13, no. 3 (2018): e0193856. Online Version PDF
Chudek, Maciej, Rita McNamara, Susan Birch, Paul Bloom, and Joseph Henrich. “Do minds switch bodies? Dualist interpretations across ages and societies.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 8, no. 4 (2018): 354-368. Online Version
Purzycki, Benjamin Grant, Joseph Henrich, and Ara Norenzayan, ed. The Evolution of Religion and Morality. Religion, Brain and Behavior. Vol. 8. Religion, Brain Behavior, 2018. Access Special Issue Online
Purzycki, B. G., J. Henrich, C. Apicella, Q. Atkinson, A. Baimel, E. Cohen, R. A. McNamara, A. K. Willard, D. Xygalatas, and A. Norenzayan. “The evolution of religion and morality: A synthesis of ethnographic and experimental evidence from eight societies.” Religion, Brain and Behavior 8, no. 2 (2018): 101-132. Online Access