Laurent Lehmann

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84 publications

Evolution of preferences in group-structured populations: genes, guns, and culture
Alger I., Weibull J. W., Lehmann L. Working paper on bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/408435.
When do individuals maximize their inclusive fitness?
Lehmann L., Rousset F. Working paper on bioRxiv: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/624775v1.
Cooperation in large-scale human societies-What, if anything, makes it unique, and how did it evolve?
Powers S., van Schaik C., Lehmannn L. Working paper on OSF preprints: https://osf.io/v47ap/.
 
A quantitative genetics model for the dynamics of phenotypic (co)variances under limited dispersal, with an application to the coevolution of socially synergistic traits
Mullon C., Lehmann L. Working paper on bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/393538.
An evolutionary quantitative genetics model for phenotypic (co)variances under limited dispersal, with an application to socially synergistic traits.
Mullon C., Lehmann L. Evolution. Peer-reviewed.
 
Kin selection and altruism.
Kay T., Lehmann L., Keller L., 2019/06/03. CurrentBbiology, 29 (11) pp. R438-R442. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-allocation conflict and sexual selection throughout the lifespan of eusocial colonies.
Avila P., Fromhage L., Lehmann L., 2019/04/20. Evolution. Peer-reviewed.
Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in Metacommunities: Ecological Inheritance, Helping within Species, and Harming between Species.
Mullon C., Lehmann L., 2018/12. The American naturalist, 192 (6) pp. 664-686. Peer-reviewed.
 
A reinforcement learning model for grooming up the hierarchy in primates
Wubs M., Bshary R., Lehmann L., 2018. Animal Behavior, 138 pp. 165-185. Peer-reviewed.
Social polymorphism is favoured by the co-evolution of dispersal with social behaviour.
Mullon C., Keller L., Lehmann L., 2018/01. Nature ecology & evolution, 2 (1) pp. 132-140. Peer-reviewed.
A model for brain life history evolution.
González-Forero M., Faulwasser T., Lehmann L., 2017. PLoS Computational Biology, 13 (3) pp. e1005380. Peer-reviewed.
 
Invasion fitness for gene-culture co-evolution in family-structured populations and an application to cumulative culture under vertical transmission.
Mullon C., Lehmann L., 2017. Theoretical Population Biology, 116 pp. 33-46. Peer-reviewed.
Kin Selection
Rousset F., Lehmann L., 2017. Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. Ed. Karin Pfennig. Peer-reviewed.
When is bigger better? The effects of group size on the evolution of helping behaviours
Powers S., Lehmann L., 2017. Biological Reviews, 92 pp. 902-920. Peer-reviewed.
 
Coevolution between positive reciprocity, punishment, and partner switching in repeated interactions.
Wubs M., Bshary R., Lehmann L., 2016. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 283 (1832) p. 20160488.
Environmental complexity favors the evolution of learning
Dridi S., Lehmann L., 2016. Behavioral Ecology, 27 (3) pp. 842-850. Peer-reviewed.
Evolutionary Stability of Jointly Evolving Traits in Subdivided Populations.
Mullon C., Keller L., Lehmann L., 2016. American Naturalist, 188 (2) pp. 175-195.
How institutions shaped the last major evolutionary transition to large-scale human societies.
Powers S.T., van Schaik C.P., Lehmann L., 2016. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 371 (1687) p. 20150098. Peer-reviewed.
 
Invasion fitness, inclusive fitness, and reproductive numbers in heterogeneous populations.
Lehmann L., Mullon C., Akçay E., Van Cleve J., 2016. Evolution, 70 (8) pp. 1689-1702. Peer-reviewed.
A model for the evolution of reinforcement learning in fluctuating games
Dridi S., Lehmann L., 2015. Animal Behaviour, 104 pp. 87-114.
Does evolution lead to maximizing behavior?
Lehmann L., Alger I., Weibull J., 2015. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution, 69 (7) pp. 1858-1873. Peer-reviewed.
Evolutionary dynamics of collective action in spatially structured populations.
Peña J., Nöldeke G., Lehmann L., 2015. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 382 pp. 122-136. Peer-reviewed.
An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition from egalitarianism to leadership and despotism.
Powers S.T., Lehmann L., 2014. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 281 (1791) p. 20141349.
 
Evolutionary branching in deme-structured populations.
Wakano J.Y., Lehmann L., 2014. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 351 pp. 83-95. Peer-reviewed.
Fitness, inclusive fitness, and optimization
Lehmann L., Rousset F., 2014. Biology and Philosophy, 29 (2) pp. 181-185. Peer-reviewed.
Gains from switching and evolutionary stability in multi-player matrix games.
Peña J., Lehmann L., Nöldeke G., 2014. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 346 pp. 23-33. Peer-reviewed.
On learning dynamics underlying the evolution of learning rules.
Dridi S., Lehmann L., 2014. Theoretical Population Biology, 91 pp. 20-36. Peer-reviewed.
Stochastic demography and the neutral substitution rate in class-structured populations.
Lehmann L., 2014. Genetics, 197 (1) pp. 351-360. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution and consequences of sex-specific reproductive variance.
Mullon C., Reuter M., Lehmann L., 2014. Genetics, 196 (1) pp. 235-252. Peer-reviewed.
The genetical theory of social behaviour.
Lehmann L., Rousset F., 2014. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 369 (1642) p. 20130357. Peer-reviewed.
The robustness of the weak selection approximation for the evolution of altruism against strong selection.
Mullon C., Lehmann L., 2014. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (10) pp. 2272-2282.
On optimal learning schedules and the marginal value of cumulative cultural evolution.
Lehmann L., Wakano J.Y., Aoki K., 2013. Evolution, 67 (5) pp. 1435-1445. Peer-reviewed.
Stochastic stability and the evolution of coordination in spatially structured populations.
Van Cleve J., Lehmann L., 2013. Theoretical Population Biology, 89 pp. 75-87. Peer-reviewed.
The co-evolution of social institutions, demography, and large-scale human cooperation.
Powers S.T., Lehmann L., 2013. Ecology Letters, 16 (11) pp. 1356-1364. Peer-reviewed.
The handaxe and the microscope: individual and social learning in a multidimensional model of adaptation
Lehmann L., Wakano J.Y., 2013. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34 (2) pp. 119-117. Peer-reviewed.
The interplay between relatedness and horizontal gene transfer drives the evolution of plasmid-carried public goods.
Mc Ginty S.É., Lehmann L., Brown S.P., Rankin D.J., 2013. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 280 (1761) p. 20130400. Peer-reviewed.
Evolutionarily stable learning schedules and cumulative culture in discrete generation models.
Aoki K., Wakano J.Y., Lehmann L., 2012. Theoretical Population Biology, 81 (4) pp. 300-309. Peer-reviewed.
Evolutionary and convergence stability for continuous phenotypes in finite populations derived from two-allele models.
Wakano J.Y., Lehmann L., 2012. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 310 pp. 206-215. Peer-reviewed.
 
Social network architecture and the maintenance of deleterious cultural traits.
Yeaman S., Schick A., Lehmann L., 2012. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 9 (70) pp. 848-858. Peer-reviewed.
Substitution rates at neutral genes depend on population size under fluctuating demography and overlapping generations.
Balloux F., Lehmann L., 2012. Evolution, 66 (2) pp. 605-611. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution of social discounting in hierarchically clustered populations.
Lehmann L., Rousset F., 2012. Molecular Ecology, 21 (3) pp. 447-471. Peer-reviewed.
The stationary distribution of a continuously varying strategy in a class-structured population under mutation-selection-drift balance.
Lehmann L., 2012. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25 (4) pp. 770-787. Peer-reviewed.
Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality.
Abbot P., Abe J., Alcock J., Alizon S., Alpedrinha J.A., Andersson M., Andre J.B., van Baalen M., Balloux F., Balshine S. et al., 2011. Nature, 471 (7339) pp. E1-E4; author reply E9-E10. Peer-reviewed.
On the number of independent cultural traits carried by individuals and populations.
Lehmann L., Aoki K., Feldman M.W., 2011. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 366 (1563) pp. 424-435.
Rates of cultural change and patterns of cultural accumulation in stochastic models of social transmission.
Aoki K., Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., 2011. Theoretical Population Biology, 79 (4) pp. 192-202. Peer-reviewed.
The demographic benefits of belligerence and bravery: defeated group repopulation or victorious group size expansion?
Lehmann L., 2011. PLoS One, 6 (7) pp. e21437.
The effect of innovation and sex-specific migration on neutral cultural differentiation
Yeaman S., Bshary R., Lehmann L., 2011. Animal Behaviour, 82 (1) pp. 101-112. Peer-reviewed.
Cumulative cultural dynamics and the coevolution of cultural innovation and transmission: an ESS model for panmictic and structured populations.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., Kaeuffer R., 2010. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (11) pp. 2356-2369. Peer-reviewed.
How demography, life history, and kinship shape the evolution of genomic imprinting.
Van Cleve J., Feldman M.W., Lehmann L., 2010. American Naturalist, 176 (4) pp. 440-455. Peer-reviewed.
How life history and demography promote or inhibit the evolution of helping behaviours.
Lehmann L., Rousset F., 2010. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 365 (1553) pp. 2599-2617. Peer-reviewed.
Space-time relatedness and Hamilton's rule for long-lasting behaviors in viscous populations.
Lehmann L., 2010. American Naturalist, 175 (1) pp. 136-143.
Coevolution of adaptive technology, maladaptive culture and population size in a producer-scrounger game.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., 2009. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 276 (1674) pp. 3853-3862. Peer-reviewed.
Dynamics and genetic structure of Argentine ant supercolonies in their native range.
Vogel V., Pedersen J.S., d'Ettorre P., Lehmann L., Keller L., 2009. Evolution, 63 (6) pp. 1627-1639. Peer-reviewed.
On the evolution of harming and recognition in finite panmictic and infinite structured populations.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., Rousset F., 2009. Evolution, 63 (11) pp. 2896-2913. Peer-reviewed.
Perturbation expansions of multilocus fixation probabilities for frequency-dependent selection with applications to the Hill-Robertson effect and to the joint evolution of helping and punishment.
Lehmann L., Rousset F., 2009. Theoretical Population Biology, 76 (1) pp. 35-51. Peer-reviewed.
Adaptation to experimental alterations of the operational sex ratio in populations of Drosophila melanogaster.
Reuter M., Linklater J.R., Lehmann L., Fowler K., Chapman T., Hurst G.D., 2008. Evolution, 62 (2) pp. 401-412.
Cultural transmission can inhibit the evolution of altruistic helping.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., Foster K.R., 2008. American Naturalist, 172 (1) pp. 12-24. Peer-reviewed.
Population viscosity can promote the evolution of altruistic sterile helpers and eusociality.
Lehmann L., Ravigné V., Keller L., 2008. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London series B, 275 (1645) pp. 1887-1895. Peer-reviewed.
Social and individual learning of helping in humans and other species.
Lehmann L., Foster K.R., Borenstein E., Feldman M.W., 2008. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23 (12) pp. 664-671. Peer-reviewed.
The adaptive dynamics of niche constructing traits in spatially subdivided populations: evolving posthumous extended phenotypes.
Lehmann L., 2008. Evolution, 62 (3) pp. 549-566. Peer-reviewed.
The co-evolution of culturally inherited altruistic helping and cultural transmission under random group formation.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., 2008. Theoretical Population Biology, 73 (4) pp. 506-516. Peer-reviewed.
The spread of incompatibility-inducing parasites in sub-divided host populations.
Reuter M., Lehmann L., Guillaume F., 2008. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 p. 134. Peer-reviewed.
War and the evolution of belligerence and bravery.
Lehmann L., Feldman M.W., 2008. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 275 (1653) pp. 2877-2885. Peer-reviewed.
Evolutionary biology: genetics and bisexuality.
Savolainen V., Lehmann L., 2007. Nature, 445 (7124) pp. 158-159. Peer-reviewed.
Group selection and kin selection: two concepts but one process.
Lehmann L., Keller L., West S., Roze D., 2007. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104 (16) pp. 6736-6739. Peer-reviewed.
Mate choice evolution, dominance effects, and the maintenance of genetic variation.
Lehmann L., Keller L.F., Kokko H., 2007. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 244 (2) pp. 282-295. Peer-reviewed.
Natural selection on fecundity variance in subdivided populations: kin selection meets bet hedging.
Lehmann L., Balloux F., 2007. Genetics, 176 (1) pp. 361-377.
Strong reciprocity or strong ferocity? A population genetic view of the evolution of altruistic punishment.
Lehmann L., Rousset F., Roze D., Keller L., 2007. American Naturalist, 170 (1) pp. 21-36. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution of helping and harming on graphs: the return of the inclusive fitness effect.
Lehmann L., Keller L., Sumpter D.J., 2007. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20 (6) pp. 2284-2295. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution of trans-generational altruism: kin selection meets niche construction.
Lehmann L., 2007. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20 (1) pp. 181-189.
An evolutionary analysis of the relationship between spite and altruism.
Lehmann L., Bargum K., Reuter M., 2006. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19 (5) pp. 1507-1516. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular epidemiology of clonal diploids: a quick overview and a short DIY (do it yourself) notice.
De Meeûs T., Lehmann L., Balloux F., 2006. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 6 (2) pp. 163-170. Peer-reviewed.
 
On metapopulation resistance to drift and extinction.
Lehmann L., Perrin N., 2006. Ecology, 87 (7) pp. 1844-1855. Peer-reviewed.
Population demography and the evolution of helping behaviors.
Lehmann L., Perrin N., Rousset F., 2006. Evolution, 60 (6) pp. 1137-1151. Peer-reviewed.
Synergy, partner choice and frequency dependence: their integration into inclusive fitness theory and their interpretation in terms of direct and indirect fitness effects
Lehmann L., Keller L., 2006. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19 (5) pp. 1426-1436. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution of cooperation and altruism--a general framework and a classification of models.
Lehmann L., Keller L., 2006. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19 (5) pp. 1365-1376. Peer-reviewed.
SAK/PLK4 is required for centriole duplication and flagella development.
Bettencourt-Dias M., Rodrigues-Martins A., Carpenter L., Riparbelli M., Lehmann L., Gatt M.K., Carmo N., Balloux F., Callaini G., Glover D.M., 2005. Current Biology, 15 (24) pp. 2199-2207. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of brood manipulation costs on optimal sex allocation in social hymenoptera.
Reuter M., Helms K.R., Lehmann L., Keller L., 2004. American Naturalist, 164 (3) pp. E73-E82.
 
Inbreeding avoidance through kin recognition: choosy females boost male dispersal.
Lehmann L., Perrin N., 2003. American Naturalist, 162 (5) pp. 638-652. Peer-reviewed.
Random mating with a finite number of matings.
Balloux F., Lehmann L., 2003. Genetics, 165 (4) pp. 2313-2315. Peer-reviewed.
The population genetics of clonal and partially clonal diploids.
Balloux F., Lehmann L., de Meeûs T., 2003. Genetics, 164 (4) pp. 1635-1644. Peer-reviewed.
Altruism, dispersal, and phenotype-matching kin recognition.
Lehmann L., Perrin N., 2002. American Naturalist, 159 (5) pp. 451-468.
Is sociality driven by the costs of dispersal or the benefits of philopatry? A role for kin-discrimination mechanisms.
Perrin N., Lehmann L., 2001. American Naturalist, 158 (5) pp. 471-483.
Kin structure and queen execution in the Argentine ant Linepithema humile
Reuter M., Balloux F., Lehmann L., Keller L., 2001. Journal of evolutionary Biology, 14 (6) pp. 954-958. Peer-reviewed.
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