Is horizontal transmission really a problem for phylogenetic comparative methods? A simulation study using continuous cultural traits
Phylogenetic comparative methods (PCMs) provide a potentially powerful toolkit for testing hypotheses about cultural evolution. Here, we build on previous simulation work to assess the effect horizontal transmission between cultures has on the ability of
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