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    From Bridewealth to Dowry?Laura Fortunato, Clare Holden & Ruth Mace - 2006 - Human Nature 17 (4):355-376.
    Significant amounts of wealth have been exchanged as part of marriage settlements throughout history. Although various models have been proposed for interpreting these practices, their development over time has not been investigated systematically. In this paper we use a Bayesian MCMC phylogenetic comparative approach to reconstruct the evolution of two forms of wealth transfers at marriage, dowry and bridewealth, for 51 Indo-European cultural groups. Results indicate that dowry is more likely to have been the ancestral practice, and that a minimum (...)
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    Research Culture and Reproducibility.Marcus R. Munafò, Christopher D. Chambers, Alexandra M. Collins, Laura Fortunato & Malcolm R. Macleod - forthcoming - Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
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    Reconstruction of a Real World Social Network Using the Potts Model and Loopy Belief Propagation.Cristian Bisconti, Angelo Corallo, Laura Fortunato, Antonio A. Gentile, Andrea Massafra & Piergiuseppe Pellè - 2015 - Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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