- Wilson, D. S., O’Brien, D. T., & Sesma, A. (2009). Human Prosociality from an Evolutionary Perspective: Variation and Correlations on a City-wide Scale. Evolution and Human Behavior, 30: 190-200. pdf
- O’Brien, D. T. (2009). “Evolution for Everyone”: A course that expands evolutionary theory beyond the biological sciences. Evolution Education and Outreach, 2, 445-457. pdf
- Truth and Reconciliation for Group Selection (compilation of 19-part blog) pdf
- Wilson, D. S., & Wilson, E. O. (2008). Evolution “For the Good of the Group”. American Scientist, 96, 380-389 American Scientist. American Scientist. pdf
- Wilson, D.S., M. Van Vugt, and R. O’Gorman (2008). Multilevel selection theory and major evolutionary transitions: implications for psychological science. Current Directions in Psychological Science, in press.
- Wilson, D.S. and E.O. Wilson (2007). Survival of the Selfless. New Scientist, Nov. 3 pp 42-46.
- Storm, I. (2007). Liberal and conservative religion as different socio-ecological strategies. Masters thesis. Note: Ingrid Storm is my former grad student and her thesis is included here as a resource for my blog titled “Are Liberals and Conservatives Different Species? The Answer is Yes.
- Wilson, D. S. and E.O. Wilson (2007). Rethinking the theoretical foundation of sociobiology. Quarterly Review of Biology, in press.
- Wilson, D.S. (2007). Beyond Demonic Memes: Why Richard Dawkins is wrong about religion. Skeptic Magazine, in press; currently available on the web at http://www.skeptic.com/eskeptic/07-07-04.html
- Wilson, D.S. (2007). Social Semantics: Toward a genuine pluralism in the study of social behavior. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, in press.
- Wilson, D. S. and M. Csikszentmihalyi (2006). Health and the Ecology of Altruism. in The Science of Altruism and Health. S. G. Post, ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press. In Press.
- Wilson, D. S. (2006). Human groups as adaptive units: toward a permanent concensus. in The Innate Mind: Culture and Cognition. P. Carruthers, S. Laurence and S. Stich. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
- Wilson, D. S. (2004). Natural selection and complex systems: a complex interaction. Self-organization and Evolution of Biological and Social Systems. C. Hemelrijk. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press: in press.
- Wilson, D. S. (2005). Testing major evolutionary hypotheses about religion with a random sample. Human Nature in press.
- Wilson, D. S. (2005). Evolutionary Social Constructivism. in The Literary Animal: Evolution and the Nature of Narrative. J. Gottshcall and D. S. Wilson. Evanston, IL, Northwestern University Press. In press.
- Wilson, D. S. (2005). Evolutionary social constructivism: narrowing but not yet bridging the gap. Metanexus Anthropos. 2004.11.17. http://www.metanexus.net/metanexus_online/show_article.asp?9167
- Wilson, D. S. (2005). “Evolution for Everyone: How to increase acceptance of, interest in, and knowledge about evolution.” Public Library of Science (PLoS) Biology. In press.
- Gervais, M. and D. S. Wilson (2005). “The Evolution and Functions of Laughter and Humor: A Synthetic Approach.” Quarterly Review of Biology. 80:395-430.
- Kniffin, K. M. and D. S. Wilson (2005). “Utilities of gossip across organizational levels: multilevel selection, free-riders, and teams.” Human Nature 16: 278-292.
- O’Gorman, R. and D. S. Wilson (2005). “Altruistic punishment and helping differ in their sensitivity to genetic relatedness and future interactions.” Evolution and Human Behavior 26: 375-387.
- Wilson, D. S., Ed. (2004). The New Fable of the Bees. Advances in Austrian Economics 7: 201-220.
- Wilson, D. S. (2004). “What is wrong with absolute individual fitness?” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 245-248.
- Wilson, D. S., J. Timmel, et al. (2004). “Cognitive cooperation: when the going gets tough, think as a group.” Human Nature 15: 225-250.
- Kniffin, K. and D. S. Wilson (2004). “The effect of non-physical traits on the perception of physical attractiveness: three naturalistic studies.” Evolution and Human Behavior 25: 88-101.
- Wilson, D. S., E. Dietrich, et al. (2003). “On the inappropriate use of the naturalistic fallacy in evolutionary psychology.” Biology and Philosophy 18: 669-682.
- Wilson, D. S. and R. O’Gorman (2003). “Emotions and Actions associated with norm breaking events.” Human nature 14: 277-304.
- Wilson, D. S. (2002). Evolution, morality and human potential. Evolutionary Psychology: alternative approaches. S. J. Scher and F. Rauscher, Kluwer Press: 55-70.
- Wilson, D. S. (2001). Cooperation and altruism. Evolutionary Ecology: Concepts and case studies. C. W. Fox, D. A. Roff and D. J. Fairbairn. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 222-231.
- Wilson, D. S., C. Wilczynski, et al. (2000). Gossip and other aspects of language as group-level adaptations. Cognition and Evolution. C. Heyes and L. Huber. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press: 347-365.
- Swenson, W., D. S. Wilson, et al. (2000). “Artificial Ecosystem Selection.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97: 9110-9114.
- Swenson, W., J. Arendt, et al. (2000). “Artificial selection of microbial ecosystems for 3-chloroaniline biodegradation.” Environmental Microbiology 2: 564-571.
- Wilson, D. S. (1998). “Adaptive individual differences within single populations.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 353: 199-205.
- Wilson, D. S. (1998). “Hunting, sharing and multilevel selection: the tolerated theft model revisited.” Current Anthropology 39: 73-97.
- Robinson, B. W. and D. S. Wilson (1998). “Optimal foraging theory, specialization and a solution to Liem’s paradox.” American Naturalist 151: 223-235.
- Wilson, D. S. and L. A. Dugatkin (1997). “Group selection and assortative interactions.” American naturalist 149: 336-351.