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  1. Expertise affects aesthetic evolution - Evidence from artistic fieldw…

    Verpooten, J. (2018). Expertise affects aesthetic evolution: Evidence from artistic fieldwork and psychological experiments. In Z. Kapoula, Z. Volle, J. Renoult, & M. Andreatta (Eds.), Exploring transdisciplinarity in art and sciences (1 ed., pp. 303-326). Springer International.
  2. The conundrum of modern art: prestige driven coevolutionary aesthetic…

    Verpooten, J., & Dewitte, S. (2017). The conundrum of modern art: prestige driven coevolutionary aesthetics trumps evolutionary aesthetics among art experts. Human Nature, 28(1), 16-38.
  3. The evolutionary significance of the arts - Exploring the byproduct h…

    Hodgson, D., & Verpooten, J. (2015). The evolutionary significance of the arts: Exploring the byproduct hypothesis in the context of ritual, precursors, and cultural evolution. Biological Theory, 10(1), 73-85.
  4. Evolutionary interactions between human biology and architecture: ins…

    Verpooten, J., & Joye, Y. (2014). Evolutionary interactions between human biology and architecture: insights from signaling theory and a cross-species comparative approach. In G. Csibra, P. Richerson, & C. Pléh (Eds.), Naturalistic Approaches to Culture (pp. 201-221). Boedapest: Akademiai Kiado.
  5. An exploration of the functions of religious monumental architecture …

    Joye, Y., & Verpooten, J. (2013). An exploration of the functions of religious monumental architecture from a Darwinian perspective. Review of General Psychology, 17(1), 53-68.

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