Currie, T.E. & Mace, R. (2011) Mode and Tempo in the Evolution of Socio-Political Organization: Reconciling ‘Darwinian’ and ‘Spencerian’ Evolutionary Approaches in Anthropology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 366: 1108 - 1117.
Currie, T.E., Greenhill, S.J., and Mace, R. (2010) Is horizontal transmission really a problem for phylogenetic comparative methods? A simulation study using continuous cultural traits. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 3903 - 3912
Greenhill, S.J., Currie, T.E., and Gray, R.D. (2009) Does horizontal transmission invalidate cultural phylogenies? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 276:2299-2306
Currie, T.E., and Little, A.C. (2009) The Relative Importance of the Face and Body in Judgments of Human Physical Attractiveness. Evolution and Human Behavior 30: 409-416
Currie, T.E. (in press) Using phylogenetic comparative methods to test hypotheses about the pattern and process of human social and political evolution. to appear in N.Minaka & H.Nakao Ed.s
Currie, T.E. (2010) Tests in Time: A Review of Natural Experiments of History, edited by Jared Diamond and James A. Robinson. Cliodynamics 1: 116-121 http://escholarship.org/uc/item/368956r6
Currie, T.E., Jordan, F.J. & Martelli S. (2009) Modern Approaches to Investigating Cultural Evolution. Human Behavior & Evolution Society Newsletter, Winter 2009