A new theoretical article about the difference between the theory of costly signaling and CREDs with application on religious phenomena

Have you ever been puzzled by the distinction between the costly signaling theory and credibility enhancing displays (CREDs)?

8 May 2019

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The new article written by two of our PhD students provides some answers to this question. In the paper, Radim and Dan compare and integrate both approaches into one framework, showing that costly rituals both facilitate cooperative practices and spread ritual practice.

You can find the article here: https://1url.cz/WMjg0.

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