- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 Issues in Anthropological Studies of Innovation
- 2 Innovation and Invention from a Logical Point of View
- 3 Comparative Perspectives on Human Innovation
- 4 Organismal Innovation
- 5 Innovation, Replicative Behavior, and Evolvability: Contributions from Neuroscience and Human Decision-Making Theory
- 6 Innovation from EvoDevo to Human Culture
- 7 The Evolution of Innovation-Enhancing Institutions
- 8 Fashion versus Reason in the Creative Industries
- 9 Demography and Variation in the Accumulation of Culturally Inherited Skills
- 10 Cultural Traditions and the Evolutionary Advantages of Noninnovation
- 11 The Experimental Study of Cultural Innovation
- 12 Social Learning, Economic Inequality, and Innovation Diffusion
- 13 Technological Innovations and Developmental Trajectories: Social Factors as Evolutionary Forces
- 14 Can Archaeologists Study Processes of Invention?
- 15 War, Women, and Religion: The Spread of Salado Polychrome in the American Southwest
- Innovation in Cultural Systems
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