The modularity of a social group does not affect the transmission speed of a novel, socially learned behaviour, or the formation of local variants

Philippa Laker, William Hoppitt, Michael Weiss & Joah Madden
Data set used within the Article "The modularity of a social group does not affect the transmission speed of a novel, socially learned behaviour, or the formation of local variants." The structure of a group is critical in determining how a socially learnt behaviour will spread. Predictions from theoretical models indicate that specific parameters of social structure differentially influence social transmission. Modularity describes how the structure of a group or network is divided into distinct...
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