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Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, December 2, at 7:30PM, in 2nd floor lounge of West Duke Bldg, East Campus. This time we will be reading “Convergent Evolution as Natural Experiment: The Tape of Life Reconsidered” by former Duke students Russell Powell and Carlos Mariscal. The authors will be present to discuss their paper with us.

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Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, November 11, at 7:30PM, in 2nd floor lounge of West Duke Bldg, East Campus. This time we will be reading the following papers:

- Nowak, M. A., & Sigmund, K. (1998). Evolution of indirect reciprocity by image scoring. Nature, 393(6685), 573–577.

- Nowak, M. A., & Sigmund, K. (2005). Evolution of indirect reciprocity. Nature, 437(7063), 1291–1298.

 

 

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Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, October 28, at 7:30PM, in 2nd floor lounge of West Duke Bldg, East Campus. This time we will be reading the following papers:

- Bshary, R., & Grutter, A. S. (2006). Image scoring and cooperation in a cleaner fish mutualism. Nature, 441(7096), 975–978.

- Pinto, A., Oates, J., Grutter, A., & Bshary, R. (2011). Cleaner Wrasses Labroides dimidiatus Are More Cooperative in the Presence of an Audience. Current Biology, 21(13), 1140–1144.

- Raihani, N. J., Grutter, A. S., & Bshary, R. (2010). Punishers benefit from third-party punishment in fish. Science, 327(5962), 171–171.

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