Debove, S., Baumard, N. and André, J.-B. (2016), Models of the evolution of fairness in the ultimatum game: a review and classification. Evolution and Human Behavior
Boyer, P. & Baumard, N., (forthcoming) Cognitive
attractors in the evolution and diffusion of religious representations in
Luther Martin and Don Wiebe (Eds.) Religion
Explained: The Cognitive Science of Religion Twenty-Five Years On
Boyer, P. & Baumard, N., (forthcoming) The diversity of religious systems: An evolutionary and cognitive framework, in Liddle and Shackelford (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Religio
Sheskin, M., Lambert, S. & Baumard, N., (2016) Biological Markets Explain Human Ultrasociality, Commentary to 'The economic origins of ultrasociality', Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Boyer, P. and Baumard, P. (2016) Projecting WEIRD features on (non-WEIRD) ancient religions, Commentary to 'The Cultural evolution of Prosocial Religions', Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Baumard, N., Hyafil, A. & Boyer, p. (2015) What Changed During the Axial Age: Cognitive Styles or Reward Systems?, Communicative and Integrative Biology.
Debove, S., André, J.B. & Baumard, N., (2015) Partner choice creates fairness in humans, Proceedings of the Royal Society B. (Raw data and analysis file here)
Baumard, N., Hyafil, A., Morris, I., and Boyer, P., (2015) Explaining the Axial Age: How Affluence Favored Ascetic Wisdoms and Moralizing Religions, Current Biology (Supplemental Information) See also Science's coverage, as well as Konika Banerjee and Paul Bloom's comment article in Current Biology.
Baumard, N., (in press) Evolutionary Psychology and Public Policy, in D. Buss (Ed.) The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology, John Wiley & Sons (This paper originates as a contribution in preparation of the World Bank Report 2015 on Behavioral Economics and Development Policies, here is the original version)
Sheskin, M., Chevallier, C., Lambert, S., and Baumard, N. (2014) Life-history theory explains childhood moral development, Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
Baumard, N. & Boyer, P. (2013) Religious Beliefs as Reflective Elaborations: A Modified Dual-Process Model, Current Directions in Psychological Science. (See also Herbert Wray's post on the Huffington post)
Baumard, N. (2012) The moral problem of group selection Commentary on Pinker's The false allure of group selection, Edge.
Baumard, N. (2012) The evolution of cooperation: from networks to institutions, Commentary on Dunbar's Networking Past and Present, Social Evolution Forum, May 2012. (See also Gintis's Commentary on Dunbar and Baumard).
Baumard, N. (2012) The restorative logic of punishment: Another argument in favor of weak selection, Comment on Guala's "Reciprocity: weak or strong? What punishment experiments do (and do not) demonstrate", Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35 (2).
Baumard, N. & Sperber, D. (2012) Evolutionary and Cognitive Issues in the Anthropology of Morality , in Fassin, D. (Ed.), A Companion to Moral Anthropology, Wiley-Blackwell
Bourrat, P., Baumard, N., and McKay, R., (2011) Surveillance Cues Enhance Moral Condemnation, Evolutionary Psychology, 9(2), 193-199.
Baumard, N. (2010), Has punishment played a role in the evolution of cooperation? A critical review, Mind and Society, 171-192, 9, 2.
Baumard, N., Boyer, P. and Sperber, D. (2010) Evolution of Fairness: Cultural Variability, (A Letter in response to Henrich et al.'s "Markets, Religion, Community Size, and the Evolution of Fairness and Punishment") Science 23 July 2010 329: 388-389
Baumard, N. & Sperber, D. (2010) Weird people, yes but also weird experiments Comment on Henrich et al.'s "WEIRD people", Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 33, 80-81.
Baumard, N. (2007). La morale n’est pas le social, Terrain, 48, 49-72.