Publications

Arbilly M (2018) High-magnitude innovators as keystone individuals in the evolution of culture. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 373: 20170053.

Arbilly M, Lotem A (2017) Constructive anthropomorphism: a functional evolutionary approach to the study of human-like cognitive abilities in animals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 284: 20171616.

Arbilly M, Laland KN (2017) The magnitude of innovation and its evolution in social animals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 284: 20162385.

Burton-Chellew M, Kacelnik A, Arbilly M, dos Santos M, Mathot KM, McNamara JM, Mengel F, van der Weele J, Vollan B (2017) The ecological and economic conditions of exploitation strategies. In: Investors and Exploiters in Ecology and Economics: Principles and Applications. Ed. by LA Giraldeau, P Heeb, M Kosfeld. Vol. 21. Strüngmann Forum Reports. Series editor J Lupp. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Arbilly M (2015) Understanding the evolution of learning by explicitly modeling learning mechanisms. Current Zoology 61: 341–349.

Arbilly M, Weissman DB, Feldman MW, Grodzinski U (2014) An arms race between producers and scroungers can drive the evolution of social cognition. Behavioral Ecology 25: 487–495.

Arbilly M, Laland KN (2014) The local enhancement conundrum: in search of the adaptive value of a social learning mechanism. Theoretical Population Biology 91: 50–57.

Boogert NJ, Arbilly, M, Muth F, Seed AM (2013) Do crows reason about causes or agents? the devil is in the controls. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 10: E273.

Arbilly M, Motro U, Feldman MW, Lotem A (2011) Recombination and the evolution of coordinated phenotypic expression in a frequency-dependent game. Theoretical Population Biology 80: 244–255.

Arbilly M, Motro U, Feldman MW, Lotem A (2011) Evolution of social learning when high expected payoffs are associated with high risk of failure. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 8: 1604–1615.

Arbilly M, Motro U, Feldman MW, Lotem A (2010) Co-evolution of learning complexity and social foraging strategies. Journal of Theoretical Biology 267: 573–581.

Devor M, Gilad A, Arbilly M, Nissenbaum J, Yakir B, Raber P, Minert A, Pisanté A, Darvasi A (2007) Sex-specific variability and a ’cage effect’ independently mask a neauropathic pain quantitative trait locus detected in a whole genome scan. European Journal of Neuroscience 26: 681–688.

Arbilly M, Pisanté A, Devor M, Darvasi A (2006) An integrative approach for the identification of quantitative trait loci. Animal Genetics 37, Suppl 1: 7–9.

Devor M, Gilad A, Arbilly M, Yakir B, Raber P, Pisanté A, Darvasi A (2005) Pain1: a neuropathic pain qtl on mouse chromosome 15 in a c3hxc58 backcross. Pain 116: 289–293.

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