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RLetters

  1. 1. Charles h. pence Notre dame hps nescent RLetters
  2. 2. Why do I care?
  3. 3. Human psychologists Behavioral ecologists neuroscientists Evolutionary theorists
  4. 4. Human psychologists Behavioral ecologists neuroscientists Evolutionary theorists
  5. 5. Human psychologists Behavioral ecologists neuroscientists Evolutionary theorists
  6. 6. Decisi on ma king Human psychologists Behavioral ecologists neuroscientists Evolutionary theorists
  7. 7. What do They say?
  8. 8. Let's each read Thirty journal Articles!
  9. 9. Let's each read Thirty journal Articles!
  10. 10. What can It do?
  11. 11. What sets apart two groups? Evolutionary theorists: mating Mating female females male selection males sexual mate Evolution population genetic trait traits fitness species Preference frequency reproductive speciation evolutionary Human psychology: foraging Foraging decision participants experiment task were was Human behavior time making across decisions option Information choices research about had each optimal
  12. 12. What sets apart two groups? Behavioral Ecology: mating Females choice size behaviour males mating female more Mate use male competition success selection test their Sperm first traits all there fish experiment significantly Neuroscience: Mating Brain neural expression auditory song response gene System neurons responses receptor regions forebrain Nucleus activity activation behavior stimuli songs
  13. 13. What brings groups together? All groups versus all of pubmed-OA Foraging mate mating patch females sexual males prey Female choice male foragers preference behavior song Forager ecology preferences food rape behavior patches Selection evolution attractiveness courtship social Species reward cues behavioral traits evolutionary Reproductive mates trait predictor choices psychology Sex habitat learning predation task fitness bees theory Decisions competition offspring copying search songs
  14. 14. guppies body attractive psychological assortative encounter energy phonotaxis distance strategies olfactory cultural individuals conspicuous risky movement cannibalism courtship models neurons time information nest behavioural stimuli preferred model evolution social intake remating search naturalist amygdala honey individual ants ecological face copying behavior selection bird reserves experiment ornaments travel rule fish costs breeding population distribution mushroom coercion memory adaptation genetic across advertisers variation sociobiology sympatric ethology men's see rules effects habitats budget equilibrium human food females mating males species habitat patchfemale decision theory sex attractiveness birds fitness choices bees reward behaviour tasks neural value success sexually cost cue copulation nature predictions size focal foraging choice foragers forager optimal rapemale wasps partner webs learning risk leaving bee women retaliator spider rate spiders trials resource making environment conspecific parents matesexual patches reproductive stimulus heuristics traits animal preference brain inbreeding whine preferences animals specific facial dominance adaptive behavioral feeding experience game predation insect strategy subject evolutionary cues first speciation cognitive trait responses biology ess offspring sperm faces searching variance host choose density resources task term men investment items mates arousal condition ecology natural switching mated decisions psychology songs song nectar nuptial field dynamics predator significant rates predators participants virgin sensory quality random hunting scent prey hosts parental probability option age auditory competition signals discrimination visual earnings rewards spent marauder spatial response conditions reinforcement theoretical significantly options parameter neuroscience flower flocks trial patterns frequency optimality
  15. 15. els e What can It do?
  16. 16. Find collocations Plot by date Analyze term network Extract proper nouns Export citations
  17. 17. PMC: 'evolutionary theory' “fitness landscape” (p = 9e-16) “inclusive fitness” (p = 1e-15) “fitness correlates” (p = 2e-15) “malthusian fitness” (p = 4e-15) “fitness landscapes” (p = 4e-15) “fitness costs” (p = 6e-15) “wrightian fitness” (p = 6e-15) “token fitness” (p = 1e-14)
  18. 18. Find collocations Plot by date Analyze term network Extract proper nouns Export citations
  19. 19. Find collocations Plot by date Analyze term network Extract proper nouns Export citations
  20. 20. Find collocations Plot by date Analyze term network Extract proper nouns Export citations
  21. 21. Caveat lector
  22. 22. The future: evotext
  23. 23. The future: evotext
  24. 24. The future: evotext Grant (my boss) Coming soon to a nescent near you
  25. 25. http://rletters.net http://evotext.org @pencechp http://charlespence.net

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