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Attractiveness and cooperation in social exchange evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 4: 315-329.We tested the hypothesis that physically more attractive men are less likely

Sex differences in affect behaviors, desired social responses, and ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 6 issue 3 : 506-522.I recently proposed a socio-relational framework that suggests that

The role of reasoning domain on face recognition: Detecting ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 6 issue 3 : 523-537.Face recognition has previously been used to provide evidence for

Testing predictions from the hunter-gatherer hypothesis – 1: Sex ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 5 issue 3 : 653-665.Here, in the first of two reports that test predictions from the

Is the social brain theory applicable to human individual ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 9 issue 2 : 244-256.Our study intends to examine whether the social brain theory is

Against the endarkenment evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 5 issue 3 : 680-682.

The intensity of human body odors and the MHC: Should we expect a ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 4: 85-94.It is now well established that genes within the major histocompatibility

Do birds experience sensory pleasure? evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 7 issue 1 : 40-47.To answer the question of whether sensory pleasure exists in birds, I

Judaism and biology evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 7 issue 1 : 82-88.

The human that never evolved evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 9 issue 3 : 325-335.

Evolution in the office: How evolutionary psychology can increase ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 10 issue 5 : 770-781.We review the empirical literature that has implemented aspects of

What do women’s advertised mate preferences reveal? An analysis of ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 11 issue 2 : 383-391.This study examined women’s video dating profiles to determine

Towards the development of an evolutionarily valid domain-specific ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 5 issue 3 : 555-568.From an evolutionary perspective, human risk-taking behaviors

Magic at every age evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 10 issue 3 : 538-541.

An implicit theory of self-esteem: The consequences of perceived ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 9 issue 2 : 147-180.The provision of information appears to be an important property of

Physical cues of ovulatory status: A failure to replicate enhanced ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 9 issue 3 : 336-353.We investigated women’s facial attractiveness and body shape as a

Neither daredevils nor wimps: Attitudes toward physical risk takers ... evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 5 issue 4 : 754-777.Farthing (2005) tested a prediction derived from costly-signaling

Age-related changes in the signal value of tears evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 9 issue 3 : 313-324.Emotional tears may be uniquely human and are an effective signal

Altruists attract evolutionary-psychology

From the book : Evolutionary Psychology 5 issue 2 : 313-329.Explaining human cooperation continues to present a challenge