Modeling Agency Formally

Papers From This Cluster

Smith, D. J. B., & Masel, J. (2023). The Interaction Between Exploitative and Interference Competition: Limits to R * Theory [Preprint]. Ecology.

Mirramezani, M., Oktay, D., & Adams, R. P. (2023). A rapid and automated computational approach to the design of multistable soft actuators (arXiv:2309.04970). arXiv.

Hamis, S., Somervuo, P., Ågren, J. A., Tadele, D. S., Kesseli, J., Scott, J. G., Nykter, M., Gerlee, P., Finkelshtein, D., & Ovaskainen, O. (2023). Spatial cumulant models enable spatially informed treatment strategies and analysis of local interactions in cancer systems. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 86(5), 68.

Su, Q., McAvoy, A., & Plotkin, J. B. (2023). Strategy evolution on dynamic networks. Nature Computational Science, 3(9), 763–776.

Munasinghe, M., & Ågren, J. A. (2023). When and why are mitochondria paternally inherited? Current Opinion in Genetics & Development, 80, 102053.

W. Schulz, A. (2023). Explaining Human Diversity: the Need to Balance Fit and Complexity. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 14(2), 457–475.

Li, M. Y., Callaway, F., Thompson, W. D., Adams, R. P., & Griffiths, T. L. (2023). Learning to Learn Functions. Cognitive Science, 47(4), e13262.

Ågren, J. A. (2023). Why We Disagree About Selfish Genes: A Reply to Welch. In T. E. Dickins & B. J. A. Dickins (Eds.), Evolutionary Biology: Contemporary and Historical Reflections Upon Core Theory (Vol. 6, pp. 581–583). Springer International Publishing.

Patten, M. M., Schenkel, M. A., & Ågren, J. A. (2023). Adaptation in the face of internal conflict: the paradox of the organism revisited. Biological Reviews, brv.12983.

Keegan, G., & Patten, M. M. (2022). Selfish evolution of placental hormones. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, 10(1), 391–397.