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Being part of the nação: examining costly religious rituals in a Brazilian neo-Pentecostal church2107 Ethos 45 (1): 48-74
  • H.J. François Dengah II
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131Portuguese summary
Monte Alban Danzantes and and their relationship with the jaguar2019 Anales de antropología 53 (1): 67-74
  • Bernd Walter Fahmel Beyer
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Ethnoarchaeology of compound adhesive production and scraper hafting: implications from Hadiya (Ethiopia)2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 43-50
  • Yonatan Sahle
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Cost of motor skill adaptation to new craft traits: experiments with expert potters facing unfamiliar vessel shapes and wheels2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 229-39
  • Enora Gandon
  • Valentine Roux
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Cognition: from capuchin rock pounding to Lomekwian flake production2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (2): 201-31
  • Anders Högberg
  • Marlize Lombard
  • Miriam N. Haidle
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
On tools making minds: an archaeological perspective on human cognitive evolution2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (1-2): 39-58
  • Karenleigh A. Overmann
  • Thomas Wynn
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Gods and talking animals: the pan-cultural recall advantage of supernatural agent concepts2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (1-2): 97-130
  • Christina Keys
  • Justin P. Gregory
  • Tyler S. Greenway
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Where the Gods dwell: a research report2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (1-2): 131-46
  • Jonathan Grimes
  • Joseph Pfeiffer
  • Justin L. Barrett
  • R. Daniel Shaw
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Ritualized objects: how we perceive and respond to causally opaque and goal demoted action2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (1-2): 170-94
  • Mark Nielsen
  • Rohan Kapitány
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
The rise of atheism in history2019 Journal of human evolution 34 (1-2): 87-113
  • G.W. Oesterdiekhoff
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
The cognitive structuring of national identity: individual differences in indentifying as American2019 Nations and nationalism 25 (1): 361-84
  • Peter Beattie
  • Shawn Rosenberg
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078in '25th anniversary issue'
Finding likeness: neural plasticity and ritual experience2019 Anthropology today 35 (3): 3-6
  • Robert Turner
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0268-540Xin special issue 'Ritual as process, part 1'
Levels of narrativity in Scandinavian Bronze Age petroglyphs2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (3): 497-516
  • Anna Cabak Rédel
  • Michael Ranta
  • Peter Skoglund
  • Tomas Person
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Cognition, emotion and trust: a comparative analysis of Cambodia's perceived and projected online image2019 Tourist studies 19 (4): 496-519
  • Ellitza Iordanova
  • Hayley Stainton
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
The ontogeny of dolls: materiality, affect, and self in Afro-Cuban Espiritismo2019 Material religion 15 (3): 269-92
  • Diana Espírito Santo
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
Theory of mind, religiosity, and autistic spectrum disorder: a review of empirical evidence bearing on three hypotheses2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (5): 411-31
  • A.C. Reid
  • George Graham
  • Robert N. McCauley
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Reasonable irrationality: the role of reasons in the diffiusion of pseudoscience2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (5): 432-49
  • Johan Braeckman
  • Maarten Boudry
  • Stefaan Blancke
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
The 7E model of the human mind: articulating a plastic self for the cognitive science of religion2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (5): 450-76
  • Flavio A. Geisshuesler
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
The development of painting in history. Psychological stages and sequential epochs2019 International journal of anthropology 34 (3-4): 157-80
  • G. Dux
  • G.W. Oesterdiekhoff
  • H.J. Hummell
Rock art, performance and Palaeolithic cognitive systems. The example of the grand panel palimpsest of Cussac Cave, Dordogne, France2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 56: 1-13
  • Camille Bourdier
  • Jacques Jaubert
  • Marc Delluc
  • Norbert Aujoulat
  • Pascal Mora
  • Valérie Feruglio
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Becoming right-wing citizens in contemporary Japan2019 Contemporary Japan 31 (1): 122-40
  • Yūki Asahina
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special section 'Emotion and affect in studies on contemporary Japan'
Dark tent and light tent2019 Inner Asia 21 (2): 199-215
  • Charles Stépanoff
H6/KW [INNER-]1464-8172
Making textiles into persons: gestural sequences and relationality in communities of weaving practice of the south central Andes2018 Journal of material culture 23 (2): 239-60
  • Denise Y. Arnold
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1359-1835
What is anthropogenic? On the cultural aetiology of geo-situated visual imagery in indigenous Amazonia2018 Rock art research 35 (2): 123-44
  • Gori-tumi Echevarría López
  • Jairo Saw Munduruku
  • Poani Higino Tenorio Tuyuka
  • Raoni Valle
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
The near and the far: sensory perceptions in prehistory2018 L'Homme (227-228): 69-100
  • Sophie A. de Beaune
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216in special section 'Actes et artefacts graphiques: les sens de la préhistoire'; English summary
Art and ideology: body representation in East Asian art2018 Human evolution 33 (3-4): 129-45
  • E.L. Cerroni-Long
  • Yuki Hirano
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Evolution & aesthetics: visual arts in comparative perspective'
Experiencing the beautiful and the sublime: cultural and neurobiological factors2018 Human evolution 33 (3-4): 181-90
  • M. Vannucci
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Evolution & aesthetics: visual arts in comparative perspective'
Cross-cultural studies of cognitive processes: differences in culture, psychology, and arts between Italy and Japan2018 Human evolution 33 (3-4): 191-201
  • H. Kojima
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Evolution & aesthetics: visual arts in comparative perspective'
The Rutheford atom of culture2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (3-4)
  • Lawrence A. Hirschfeld
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Why was the color violet rarely used by artists before the 1860s? A descriptive summary of potential explanations2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (3-4): 262-73
  • Allen Tager
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Shame as a culture-specific emotion concept2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (3-4): 274-92
  • Dolichan Kollareth
  • James A. Russell
  • Jose-Miguel Fernandez-Dols
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Cognition, culture, and social simulation2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 451-61
  • F. LeRon Shults
  • Justin E. Lane
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Human simulation as the lingua franca for computational social sciences and humanities: potentials and pitfalls2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 462-82
  • Andreas Tolk
  • F. LeRon Shults
  • Saikou Y. Diallo
  • Wesley J. Wildman
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Modeling cultural transmission of rituals in silico: the advantages and pitfalls of agent-based vs/ system dynamics models2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 483-507
  • Tomáš Hampejs
  • Vojtěch Kaše
  • Zdeměk Pospíšil
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Trance, disassociation, and shamanism: a cross-cultural model2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 508-36
  • Christopher J. Lynch
  • Connor Wood
  • Ross Gore
  • Saikou Diallo
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Multiple axialities: a computational model of the axial age2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 537-64
  • Christopher J. Lynch
  • F. LeRon Shults
  • Justin E. Lane
  • Saikou Y. Diallo
  • Wesley J. Wildman
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Massively multi-agent simulations of religion2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 565-86
  • William Sims Bainbridge
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Enactivist approaches to the cognitive science of religion2018 Material religion 14 (3): 415-16
  • Nathaniel Barrett
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
How music connects: social sensory consciousness in musical ritual2018 Material religion 14 (3): 423-5
  • Ximena González-Grandón
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
Cyber comfort: textiles as markers of care in video games2018 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 16 (1): 24-33
  • Sandra Alfoldy
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756in special issue 'Textiles and space'
From risk society to risk practice: organic food, embodiment and modernity in Sicily2018 Food Culture and Society 21 (2): 144-63
  • Giovanni Orlando
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
The pineapple, or on the inability to speak about taste2018 Konteksty 72 (1/2): 202-10, 443-4
  • Dorota Koczanowicz
H6/KVM [POLSKA-]1230-6142English summary
Is there a connection between object diversity and aesthetic sensibility?: A comparsion between biological domesticates and material culture2017 Ethnos 82 (2): 308-30
  • Roy Ellen
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
A (simple) experimental demonstration that evolution is not replicative, but reconstructive - and an explanation of why this difference matters2017 Journal of cognition and culture 17 (1-2): 1-11
  • Thomas C. Scott-Phillips
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Not just dead meat: an evolutionary account of corpse treatment in mortuary rituals2017 Journal of cognition and culture 17 (1-2): 146-68
  • Claire White
  • Daniel M.T. Fessier
  • Maya Marin
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
The mnemonic of intuitive ontology violation is not the distinctiveness effect: evidence from a broad range spectrum of persons in the UK and China during free-recall task2017 Journal of cognition and culture 17 (1-2): 169-97
  • Justin P. Gregory
  • Tyler S. Greenway
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Cultural consonance in life goals and depressive symptoms in urban Brazil2017 Journal of anthropological research 73 (1): 43-65
  • José Ernesto Dos Santos
  • Mauro C. Baliero
  • William W. Dressler
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Neolithic monuments: sensory technology2017 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 10 (1): 3-22
  • Aaron Watson
  • John Was
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696Xin special issue 'Making the old stones speak: archaeoacustics'
Semiosis in the pleistocene2017 Cambridge archaeological journal 27 (3): 397-412
  • Agustín Fuentes
  • Marc Kissel
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Travelling through the rock to the otherworld: the shamanic "grammar of mind" within the rock art of Siberia2017 Cambridge archaeological journal 27 (3): 413-32
  • Andrzej Rozwadowski
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743