Cultural transmission and ecological opportunity jointly shaped global patterns of reliance on agriculture

Evolutionary Human Sciences Vol/Iss. 2(53) Cambridge University Press Cambridge Published In Pages: 1-11
By Vilela, Bruno, Fristoe, Trevor, Tuff, Ty, Kavanagh, Patrick H., Haynie, Hannah J., Gray, Russell D. , Gavin, Michael C. , Botero, Carlos A.


After accounting for dispersal constraints, the potential number of early domesticates will predict farming propensity in early twentieth century traditional societies


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
Linear Mixed ModelSupportedp=0.0120.073 ± 0.029UNKNOWN


Variable NameVariable Type OCM Term(s)
Potential number of early domesticatesIndependent variableFauna, Flora
Farming propensityDependent variableTillage