Singh M, Acerbi A, Caldwell CA, Danchin E, Isabel G, Molleman L, Scott-Philips T, Tamariz M, van den Berg P, van Leeuwen EJC, Derex M (2021) Beyond social learning. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 376: 20200050.

Boon E, van den Berg P, Molleman L, Weissing FJ (2021) Foundations of cultural evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 376: 20200041.

van den Berg P, de Witte S, Wenseleers T (2021) Uncertainty causes humans to use social heuristics and to cooperate more: an experiment among Belgian university students. Evolution and Human Behavior 42: 223-229.

van den Berg P, de Witte P, Aertgeerts I, Wenseleers T (2020) How the incentive to contribute affects contributions in the one-shot public goods game. Scientific Reports 10: 18732.

van der Gaag MAE*, van den Berg P*, Kunnen ES, Van Geert PLC (2020) A simulation model shows how individual differences affect major life decisions. Palgrave Communications 6: 67.

Larmuseau MHD, van den Berg P, Claerhout S, Calafell F, Boattini A, Gruyters L, Vandenbosch M, Nivelle K, Decorte R & Wenseleers T (2019) A historical-genetic reconstruction of human extra-pair paternity. Current Biology 29: 1-6.

van den Berg P & Wenseleers T (2018) Uncertainty about social interactions leads to the evolution of social heuristics. Nature Communications 9: 2151.

Erten EY*, van den Berg P* & Weissing FJ (2018) Acculturation orientations affect the evolution of a multicultural society. Nature Communications 9: 58.

Junikka J, Molleman M, van den Berg P, Weissing FJ & Puurtinen M (2017) Assortment, but not knowledge of assortment, affects cooperation and individual success in human groups. PLoS ONE, 12: e0185859.

Larmuseau MHD, Claerhout S, Gruyters L, Nivelle K, Vandenbosch M, Peeters A, van den Berg P, Wenseleers T & Decorte R (2017) Genetic-genealogy approach reveals low rate of extrapair paternity in historical Dutch populations. American Journal of Human Biology 29(6), e23046.

Van der Gaag MAE & van den Berg P (2017). Modelling the individual process of career choice. In: Advances in Social Simulation 2015 (Jager et al., eds.) Springer International Publishing.

van den Berg P (2016). Kin interest in mating relationships. In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (eds. Weekes-Shackelford, V, Shackelford, TK). Springer International Publishing.

van den Berg P, Molleman L, Junikka J, Puurtinen M & Weissing FJ (2015) Human cooperation in groups: variation begets variation. Scientific Reports, 5: 16144.

van den Berg P & Weissing, FJ. (2015) The importance of mechanisms for the evolution of cooperation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282: 20151382.

van den Berg P*, Molleman L*, & Weissing FJ (2015) Focus on the success of others leads to selfish behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 112(9): 2912-2917.

van den Berg, P & Weissing FJ (2015) Evolutionary game theory and personality. In: Evolutionary Perspectives on Social Psychology (eds.: Zeigler-Hill V, Welling LLM, Shackelford TK), pp 451-463. Springer International Publishing.

Molleman L*, van den Berg P*, & Weissing FJ (2014). Consistent individual differences in human social learning strategies. Nature Communications, 5: 3870.

van den Berg P, Fawcett TW, Buunk AP & Weissing FJ (2014). Conflict over resources generates conflict over mate choice: reply to Smaldino and Newson. Evolution and Human Behavior, 35: 157-159.

van den Berg P, Fawcett TW, Buunk AP & Weissing FJ (2013). The evolution of parent-offspring conflict over mate choice. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34: 405–411.

van den Berg P, Molleman L & Weissing FJ (2012). The social costs of punishment. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35: 42-43.

Fawcett, TW, van den Berg P, Weissing FJ, Park JH & Buunk AP (2010).

Intergenerational conflict over parental investment. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33: 23-24.

Kümmerli R*, van den Berg P*, Griffin AS, West SA & Gardner A (2010). Repression of competition favours cooperation: experimental evidence from bacteria. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 699–706.

*both authors contributed equally to this work

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