Prof. Dr. Dirk Semmann
Prof. Dr. Dirk Semmann
Faculty of Biology and Psychology, University of Göttingen
Verified email at bio.uni-goettingen.de
TitleCited byYear
Reputation helps solve the ‘tragedy of the commons’
M Milinski, D Semmann, HJ Krambeck
Nature 415 (6870), 424, 2002
12292002
Donors to charity gain in both indirect reciprocity and political reputation
M Milinski, D Semmann, H Krambeck
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
3742002
Stabilizing the Earth’s climate is not a losing game: Supporting evidence from public goods experiments
M Milinski, D Semmann, HJ Krambeck, J Marotzke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (11), 3994-3998, 2006
3322006
Volunteering leads to rock–paper–scissors dynamics in a public goods game
D Semmann, HJ Krambeck, M Milinski
Nature 425 (6956), 390, 2003
3272003
Human strategy updating in evolutionary games
A Traulsen, D Semmann, RD Sommerfeld, HJ Krambeck, M Milinski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (7), 2962-2966, 2010
3042010
Gossip as an alternative for direct observation in games of indirect reciprocity
RD Sommerfeld, HJ Krambeck, D Semmann, M Milinski
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 104 (44), 17435-17440, 2007
3042007
Cooperation through indirect reciprocity: image scoring or standing strategy?
M Milinski, D Semmann, TCM Bakker, HJ Krambeck
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
2802001
How is human cooperation different?
AP Melis, D Semmann
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
2102010
Reputation is valuable within and outside one’s own social group
D Semmann, HJ Krambeck, M Milinski
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57 (6), 611-616, 2005
1972005
Co‐evolution of behaviour and social network structure promotes human cooperation
K Fehl, DJ van der Post, D Semmann
Ecology letters 14 (6), 546-551, 2011
1712011
Strategic investment in reputation
D Semmann, HJ Krambeck, M Milinski
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56 (3), 248-252, 2004
1292004
A comparative analysis of spatial Prisoner's Dilemma experiments: Conditional cooperation and payoff irrelevance
J Grujić, C Gracia-Lázaro, M Milinski, D Semmann, A Traulsen, JA Cuesta, ...
Scientific reports 4, 4615, 2014
872014
Consistent strategy updating in spatial and non-spatial behavioral experiments does not promote cooperation in social networks
J Grujić, T Röhl, D Semmann, M Milinski, A Traulsen
PLoS One 7 (11), e47718, 2012
492012
Humans choose representatives who enforce cooperation in social dilemmas through extortion
M Milinski, C Hilbe, D Semmann, R Sommerfeld, J Marotzke
Nature communications 7, 10915, 2016
302016
Costs for switching partners reduce network dynamics but not cooperative behaviour
P Bednarik, K Fehl, D Semmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1792), 20141661, 2014
292014
I dare you to punish me—vendettas in games of cooperation
K Fehl, RD Sommerfeld, D Semmann, HJ Krambeck, M Milinski
PLoS One 7 (9), e45093, 2012
272012
Patch depletion, niche structuring and the evolution of co-operative foraging
DJ van der Post, D Semmann
BMC Evolutionary Biology 11 (1), 335, 2011
182011
Conditional cooperation can hinder network reciprocity
D Semmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (32), 12846-12847, 2012
142012
Local orientation and the evolution of foraging: Changes in decision making can eliminate evolutionary trade-offs
DJ van der Post, D Semmann
PLoS computational biology 7 (10), e1002186, 2011
112011
Reliance on functional resting-state network for stable task control predicts behavioral tendency for cooperation
T Hahn, K Notebaert, C Anderl, P Reicherts, M Wieser, J Kopf, A Reif, ...
Neuroimage 118, 231-236, 2015
82015
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