evolution

When extremists win: Cultural transmission via iterated learning when populations are heterogeneous

Shows that in heterogeneous populations, the more extreme reasoners have a disproportionately large effect on the group

Language learning, language use, and the evolution of linguistic variation

Language evolution can be shaped by the structure of the world

Shows that iterated learning chains do not necessarily converge to the prior, but can be shaped by the structure of the world too

Language evolution is shaped by the structure of the world: An iterated learning analysis

The puzzle of ambiguity

Simulated evolution of language: A review of the field

Simulated evolution of communication: The emergence of meaning