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Summary of Meyers (2002). The Powers and Perils of Intuition. Psychology Today, 35, 25-35.
Summary by Angelica Delgado, Ian Swartz, and Kelli Swett. Spring, 2007.


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FROM FALL, 2014 CLASS:

Week 7
By: Lindsey Briggs, Marina Kusaba, and Natalie Weaver

Summary-Briggs,Kusaba,Weaver- Fall 2014 of Kamel, Stephanie J. & Grosberg, Richard K. (2012). Exclusive male care despite extreme female promiscuity and low paternity in a marine snail. Ecology Letters, 15(10), 1167-1173.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2012.01841.x

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Test Questions:


Week 7 Reading Summary:


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Fall 2014: Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of:
Kruger, D. J., Fisher, M. L., & Wright, P. (2013). A Framework for Integrating Evolutionary and Feminist Perspectives in Psychological Research. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, 7(4). 299-303.

By: Christine Motokane, Vanessa Romero, Jenny Asmann & Austin Ertman
Week 8
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Outline and Test Questions


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http://elizabethdebold.com/the-puzzle-of-womens-leadership/




Fall 2014: Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of:
Wade, Joel T., Butrie, Lauren K. & Hoffman, Kelly M. (2009). Women’s direct opening lines are perceived as most effective. Personality and Individual Differences,47, 145-149.

By: Jacqueline Garcia, Josh Rivera & Allie Bohl
Week 14

Summary/Outline/Critical Review & Test Questions:

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Fall 2014: Summary and Power Point Presentation of:
Kato, Tsukasa (2014). A reconsideration of sex differences in response to sexual and emotional infidelity. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 24, 1281-1288.
By Kate Donahue, Amy Hudson, and Ruchi Goel














Summary By:Randi Scott, Catherine Alvarado and Sanan Mehserdjian

Fall 2014:

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Fletcher, G. J., Kerr, P. S., Li, P.C.N., & Valentine, K. A. (2014). Predicting romantic interest and decisions in the very early stages of mate selection: Standards, accuracy, and sex differences. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40(4), 540-550. doi: 10.1177/0146167213519481

By: Melanie Seyarto, Fred Labunikher, & Sarah Arnold




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Fall 2014:
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Goetz, A. T., & Causey, K. (2009). Sex differences in perceptions of infidelity: Men oftenassume the worst. Evolutionary Psychology, 7(2), 253-263.
Completed by: Carolina Mazzanti, Shanee Regev, and Meghan Walker




Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Reiber, C., & Garcia, J. R. (2010). Hooking up: Gender differences, evolution, and pluralistic ignorance. Evolutionary Psychology,8(3), 390-404. Summary by Carlee Kreisel, Samantha Ring, and Samantha Sunga (Fall, 2014)







Fall 2014:
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of: Oesch, Nathan. "The Dating Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Emerging Science of Human Courtship." Evolutionary Psychology (2012): 899-909. Summary and Powerpoint by: Karly Peterson, Brendan Martin, and Mark Meneses





Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of:
Buss, David M. "Women's Long-term Mating Strategies." Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999. 106-38.Buss, David M. "Men's Long-term Mating Strategies." Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999. 139-70.Buss, David M. "Conflict Between the Sexes." Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999. 322-54.Brizendine, Louann. "Chapter 3: The Mating Brain: Love and Lust." The Male Brain. New York: Broadway, 2010. 51-66.Brizendine, Louann. "Chapter 3: Love and Trust." The Female Brain. New York: Morgan Road, 2006. 57-76.
Summary and Powerpoint by: Karly Peterson, Brendan Martin, and Mark Meneses



Summary and Powerpoint of: Kruger, D.J., Fisher, M. L. & Wright, P. (2013). A Framework for integrating Evolutionary and Feminist Perspectives in psychological research. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, 7(4), 299-303




PREVIOUS CLASSES:

SPRING 2014:

For Spring 2014
Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of:
Brewer, G. & Riley, C. (2009). Height, Relationship Satisfaction, Jealousy, and Mate Retention. Evolutionary Psychology, 7(3), 477-489
Summary by: Antigoni Vasilopoulou, Joelle Albanese, and Alex Dancyger








For Spring 2014
Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of:
Gray, P. B., Kahlenberg, S. M., Barrett, E. S., Lipson, S. F. & Ellison, P. T. (2002). Marriage and fatherhood are associated with lower testosterone in males. Evolution and Human Behavior, 23, 193-201.
Panel presentation by Carlie Smith, Amanda Lee, Bailey Jackson, and Christine Requa




For Spring 2014
Summary and powerpoint presentation of:

Puts, D. A., & Dawood, K. (2006). The evolution of female orgasm: Adaptation or
byproduct?. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 9(3), 467-472.
Panel presentation by Julie Hernandez, Samantha Kargari, Hannah Stuber, and Nora Mansfield




For Spring 2014
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Mathes, E. W. (2005). Men's desire for children carrying their genes and sexual jealousy: a test of paternity uncertainty as an explanation of male sexual jealousy. Psychological Reports, 96, 791-798.
Summary by Nicole Chillingworth, Ashley Peak, and Gabriella Spirito (Spring, 2014)




For Spring 2014
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Eadie, J. M., McEachern, M.B., McElreath, R. L., Van Vuren, D. H. (2009). Another genetically promiscuous ‘polygynous’ mammal: Mating system variation in Neotoma fuscipes. Animal Behaviour 77, 449-455. Summary by
Cassandra Gergis, Nicole Ghafourian, and Simon Stewart (Spring, 2014).





Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Stone, Anita I.(2014). Is Fatter Sexier? Reproductive Strategies of Male Squirrel Monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). International Journal of Primatology,1-15.
Summary by Jessica Hecht, Mary Ludwig, and Alexandra Rodriguez (Spring 2014).






Summary and Project Analysis of
Kruger, D. J. (2009). When men are scarce, good men are even harder to find: Life history, the sex ratio, and the proportion of men married. The Journal Of Social, Evolutionary, And Cultural Psychology, 3(2), 93-104.
By: Lisa Jamar, Scott Wolfson, Melanie de la Cruz, Calvin Torng (Spring 2014)




video clip link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tALpoXIkCKk

For Spring 2014:
Ryan, K. M., & Mohr, S. (2005). Gender differences in playful aggression during courtship in college students. Sex Roles, 53(7-8), 591-601.
Panel Presentation by:
Robyn Rutherford, Khristian Durham, Tajian De Mello






For Spring 2012:

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Schulte-Hostedde, A.I., Eys, M.A., Johnson, K. (2008). Female mate choice is influenced by male sport participation. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 113-124.
By Stephanie Lavin, Naia Hong, and Fred Labunikher




Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Fisher, T.D., Moore, Z. T. & Pittenger, M.J. (2012). Sex on the brain?: An examination of frequency of sexual congnitions as a function of gender, erotophilia and social desirability. Journal of Sex Research, 49(1), 69-77.
By Natasha Frakes, Eleni Rodriguez and Tiffany Hunter



Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Miner, J., Starratt, V., Shackelfor, T. (2009). It’s not all about her: men’s mate value and mate retention. Elsevier, 47, 214-218.
By Brynne Hinzo, Elizabeth Wagoner and Maddie Wallace. Spring 2012.
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Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of:
Penke, L. & Asendorpf, J.B. (2008). Evidence for Conditional Sex Differences in Emotional but Not in SexualJealousy at the Automatic Level of Cognitive Processing. European Journal of Personality, 22:3-30.
By Haley Andrews, Elizabeth Haralambos, and Andrea Hollingshead, Spring 2012



Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Strumpf, R.M., Boesch, C. (2005). Does promiscuous mating preclude female choice? Female sexual strategies in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) of the Tai National Park, Cote d'Ivoire. Behav Ecol Sociobiol, 57, 511-524.
By Aubrie DeBear, Neda Naimi, and Cody Tyson (Spring 2012)






Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Chen, X., Sachdev, S. P., Wen, W., Anstey, J. K. (2007) Sex differences in regional gray matter in healthy individuals aged 44–48 years: A voxel-based morphometric study, NeuroImage, Volume 36, Issue 3, 691-699.
By Elizabeth Ducksworth, Lauren Frazier, John Liggins Spring 2012



Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Reiber, C., & Garcia, J. R. (2010). Hooking up: Gender differences, evolution, and pluralistic ignorance. Evolutionary Psychology, 8(3), 390-404.
By Jyllian Hurwitz, Mollie Bruhl, and Kristin Dennis (Spring 2012)



Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Salmon, C., Crawford, C. B., & Walters, S. (2008). Anorexic behavior, female competition and stress: Developing the female competition stress test. Evolutionary Psychology, 6(1), 96-112.
By Emily Sheppard, Masami Chin, and Caitlin Bardos





Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Battocletti, J., Eckstein, J., Emmers-Sommer, T.M., Gardener, C., Farrell, J., Gentry, A., & Stevens, S. (2010). First Date Sexual Expectations: The Effects of Who Asked, Who Paid, Date Location, and Gender. Communication Studies, 61(3), 339-355. Summary by Caroline Bernstein, Kathrina Consing, and Bryan Lang (Spring, 2012)




For Fall 2011:

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Baker, R. (2000). Homosexuality, nucleus transfer, and the future. Sex in the future: the reproductive revolution and how it will change us (pp. 251-263). New York: Arcade Publishing.
By Laura Flachmann, Emma Movesesian, Geoffrey George, Alexis Hunley (Fall 2011)





Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of
Lehmiller, J. J., VanderDrift, L. E. & Kelly, J. R. (2010). Sex Differences in Approaching Friends with Benefits Relationships. Journal of Sex Research, 48:2-3, 275-284.
By Joey Demeter, Frank Higuera, and Markella Thompson for Psych 310, Fall 2011.





Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Hughes, S. M., Harrison , M. A., & Gallup, G. G. (2007). Sex differences in romantic kissing among college students: An evolutionary perspective. 5(3), 612-631. Summary by Deanna Duermit, Mikayla Mowzoon, Jenna Tioseco for Dr. Mills’ Psych 310 class, Fall, 2011





Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Cobey, K.D., Pollet, T.V., Roberts, C.S., & Buunk, A.P. (2011). Hormonal birth control use and relationship jealousy: Evidence for estrogen dosage effects. Personality and Individual Differences, 50(2), 315-317. Presented by Nicole Ostlund, Mikayla Kemp, and Matt Meneses (Fall 2011).



Summary and Power Point Presentation of Griskevicius, V., Tybur, J. M., Ackerman, J. M., Delton, A. W., Robertson, T. E., & White, A. E. (2011, July 18). The Financial Consequences of Too Many Men: Sex Ratio Effects on Saving, Borrowing, and Spending. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0024761. Summary by Domenico Decaro, Madeleine Higgins, Charlene Win, and Seneca Zamora (Fall, 2011).
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Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Emlen, S. T., & Oring, L. W. (1977). Ecology, sexual selection, and the evolution of mating systems. Science, 197(4300), 215-223. doi:10.1126/science.327542. Summary by Laksmis Cornejo, Sara Nishikawa, and Shannon Oki (Fall, 2011).






Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Hendrie, C.A., Mannion, H.D., & Godfrey, G.K. (2009). Evidence to suggest that nightclubs function as human sexual display grounds. Behaviour, 146(10), 1331-1348. doi:10.1163/156853909X427704. Summary by Brandon Ikeda, Mari Kawakami, and Andrew Satnick (Fall 2011)



Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Durante, K.M., Li, N. P., & Haselton, M. G. (2008). Changes in women’s choice of dress across the ovulatory cycle: naturalistic and laboratory task-based evidence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34(11), 1451-1460. doi:10.1177/1046167208323103
Summary by Teresa Branconier, Lauren Cullen, & Natalia Gonzalez (Fall 2011)




FROM SPRING, 2011:

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Parker, J., & Burkley, M. (2009). Who’s chasing whom? The impact of gender and relationship status on mate poaching. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45(4), 1016-1019. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2009.04.022. Summary by Jill Clark, Heather Thomas, Brian Manning (Spring, 2011)




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Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Lippa, R. (2006). Is High Sex Drive Associated with Increased Sexual Attraction to Both Sexes? Psychological Science, 17(1), 46-52. Summary by Yvette El Sayad, Jennifer Fagundes, and Michael Staugaard (Spring 2011).





Snyder, J. K., Fessler, D. T., Tiokhin, L., Frederick, D. A., Lee, S., & Navarrete, C. (2011). Trade-offs in a dangerous world: Women's fear of crime predicts preferences for aggressive and formidable mates. Evolution and Human Behavior, 32(2) 127-137.
Presented by Annelise Lorenzo, Brea Talsness, Rebecca Wheatman, & Leslie Zabala (Spring 2011)

Burnham, T. C., Chapman, J. F., Gray, P. B., McIntyre, M. H., Lipson, S. F., & Ellison, P. T. (2003). Men in committed, romantic relationships have lower testosterone. Hormones and Behavior, (44) 199-122. Presentation by: Amanda Dahlstrom, Alex DeMenno, and Tionna Dentman (Spring 2011).


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Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Shackelford, T. K., Goetz, A. T., McKibbin, W. F., & Starratt, V.G. (2007). Absence makes the adaptations grow fonder: Proportion of time apart from partner, male sexual psychology, and sperm competition in humans (homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 121, 214-220. Summary by Gloria Gutierrez, Melissa Gomez, Melissa Eldridge, and Alex Cowling (Spring 2011)


Bryja, J., Patzenhauerova, H., Albrecht, T., Mosansky, L., Stanko, M., Stopka, P. (2008). Varying Levels of Female Promiscuity in Four Apodemus Mice Species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 251-260. doi:10.1007/s00265-008-0656-7.



Why Don't Boys Play with Dolls
Jadva, Vasanti., Hines, Melissa., Golombok, Susan. (2010). Infants' Preferences for Toys, Colors, and Shapes: Sex Differences and Similarities. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39:1261-1273.
By: Cami Robertson, Lauren Cappelli, Jamie Yeung

Hill, G. E. (1990). Female house finches prefer colourful mates: Sexual selection for a condition-dependent trait. Animal Behaviour, 40, 563-572.

Male Beauty Attracts Females In Birds

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Puts, D. A., Gaulin S. J. C., & Verdolini, K. (2006). Dominance and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in human voice pitch. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 283 – 296. Summary by Agata Janiszewska, Samantha Godfrey, and Jessica Marquez(Spring 2011).

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Mahfouz, Ahmed Y., Philaretou, Andreas G., and Theocharous, Antonis (2008). Virtual social interactions: Evolutionary, social psychological and technological perspectives. Computers in Human Behavior, 24, 3014-3026.

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Beck, S., Clabaugh, S. E., Clark, R. A., Kosovski, M. C., Daar, R., Hefner, V., et al. (2007). Teasing among college men and women. Communication Studies, 58, 157-172.By Emily Ledbetter, Jenna Gregory, Liz Perez Belsky, J. (2010). Childhood experience and the development of reproductive strategies. Psicothema, 22(1), 28-34. Summary by Katie Stanley, Erin Lane and Jasper Jin (Fall, 2010)




Kaighobadi, F., Shackelford, T. K., & Goetz, A. T. (2009). From mate retention to murder: Evolutionary psychological perspectives on men's partner-directed violence. Review of General Psychology, 13(4), 327-334. doi: 10.1037/a0017254

By Katie Patterson, Charlotte Haun, and Anthony Morreale


Fisher, M., Voracek, M., Rekkas, P., & Cox, A. (2008). Sex Differences in Feelings of Guilt Arising from Infidelity. Evolutionary Psychology, 6(3), 436-446

Summary by Jessica Strauss, Michael Cano, and Natalie Pebbles (Fall, 2010)


Van Wie, V., & Gross, A. (2001). The role of woman's explanations for refusal on men's ability to discriminate unwanted sexual behavior in a date rape scenario. Journal of Family Violence, 16(4), 331-344. doi:10.1023/A:1012215708435.

Summary by: Cydnee Charles, Tristan, Ted Gardner, and Aliza Vecchiarelli (FALL 2010)

and of Rivas, Jesus A., Burghardt, Gordon M. (2005). Snake Mating Systems, Behavior and Evolution: The Revisionary Implications of Recent Findings. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 119(4), 447-454. Summary by Laura Cain, Taylor Casillas, Sarah Fukui and Nick O'Brien.


Spinath, F., Spinath, B., & Plomin, R. (2008). The nature and nurture of intelligence and motivation in the origins of sex differences in elementary school achievement. European Journal of Personality, 22(3), 211-229. doi:10.1002/per.677. Summary by Sean Durkin (Fall 2010)

and of Widemo, Fredrik. (1998). Alternative reproductive strategies in the ruff, Philomachus pugnax: a mixed ESS?. Animal Behaviour, 56(2), 329-336. Summary by Jordan Gash, Daniel Vakili, and Matthew Yamamoto (Fall 2010)



Summary and powerpoint presenation of Herold, E. S., & Milhausen, R. R. (1999). Dating preferences of university women: An analysis of the nice guy stereotype. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 25, 333-343. Summary by Elise Furukawa, Marissa Diehl, and Jordan Heuse (Fall, 2010).


Armitage, Kenneth B (1998). Reproductive Strategies of Yellow-Bellied Marmots: Energy Conservation and Differences Between Sexes. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 79, pp. 385. Summary by Brian Barb, Chris Gilbert, Sean O'Conner, and Ian Fitzpatrick (Spring 2010).


Campbell, Anne (2008). The Morning After the Night Before: Affective Reactions to One-Night Stands among Mated and Unmated Women and Men. Hum Nat (2008), 19, 157-173. Summary by Alex Reivitis, Maria Donovan, Karina Zamora, and Sanya Hinduja (Spring, 2010)



Young, J.A., Critelli, J.W., & Keith, K.W. (2005). Male age preferences for short-term and long-term mating. Sexualities, Evolution and Gender, 7, 83-93.
Summany by Krystal Gamez, Alex Loera, Blake Mellgren (Spring 2010)




Pollet, Thomas V., & Nettle, Daniel (2008). Partner Wealth Predicts Self- Reported Orgasm Frequency In a Sample of Chinese Women. Evolution and Human Behavior, 30, 146-151. Summary by Molly Shelton, Allie Serano, John Puppo (Spring, 2010).




Elbedour, S., Bart, W. M., and Hektner, J. (2003). Intelligence and family marital structure: The case of adolescents from monogamous and polygamous families among bedouin arabs in israel. Journal of Social Psychology, 143(1), 95-110.
Summary by Lauren Anderson, Whitney Justice, and Roxanne Majich (Spring, 2010)




Ahmed et al. (2008). . Nature Neuroscience, 11, pp. 995-997.
Summary by David Guzman, Alicia Witter, Jordy Serwin, and Michelle Greenberg



Summary and powerpoint presentation of Miller, G., Tybur, J., & Jordan, B. (2007). Ovulatory cycle effects on tip earnings by lap dancers: economic evidence for human estrus. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28,375-381.
Summary By: Blake Williamson, Jesse Brownstein, and Johnathan Lou








Jonason, P. K., Li, N. P., & Cason. M. J. (2009). The ‘Booty Call’: A compromise between men’s and women’s ideal mating strategies. Journal of Sex Research, 46(5), 460-470. Vince Brouwers and Student (Fall 2009)

and Jonason, P. K., Li, N. P., & Cason. M. J. (2009). The ‘Booty Call’: A compromise between men’s and women’s ideal mating strategies. Journal of Sex Research, 46(5), 460-470. Marissa Lerner, Alex Swain, and Robert Como (Fall 2009_
and of Gangestad, Steven W., Simpson, Jeffry A., Cousins, Alita J., Garver-Apgar, Christine E., Christensen, P. Niels (2004). Women's preferences for male behavioral displays change across the menstrual cycle. Psychological Science, 15(3), 203-206. Summary and Powerpoint by Gina Coletto, Isaiah Magpali-Isaac, Austinae Obstaculo, Wendi Tsukada. (Fall 2009)


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Kim, J. & Ward, M. (2004). Pleasure Reading: Associations Between Young Women’s Sexual Attitudes and Their Reading of Contemporary Women’s Magazines. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 48-58. Summary and Powerpoint by Samantha Brown, Britney Sutter, Jackie Hallstrom and Andre Krouse. (Fall 2009).

of Frederick, D., Haselton, M. (2007). Why is muscularity sexy? Tests of the fitness indicator hypothesis. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33(8), 1167-1184. Summary and Powerpoint by Maggie Burkett, Genie Fitzgerald and Joe Svec. (Fall 2009)


and of Roder, Susanne, Brewer, Gayle, Fink, Bernhard (2009). Menstrual cycle shifts in women's self-perception and motivation: A daily report method. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 616-619. Summary by Haydee Budrecki, Brittany Ybarra, Nikita, and Sarah. (Fall, 2009).




and of
Sagarin, B. J., Vaughn Becker, D., Guadagno, R. E., Nicastle, L.D., Millevoi, A. (2003). Sex differences (and similarities) in jealous: The moderating influence of infidelity experience and sexual orientation of the infidelity. Evolution and Human Behavior, 24, 17-23. Summary by Claire Greene, Emily Smith, Melissa Munoz, and Courtney Perley. (Fall, 2009)


and of Huck, U., Lisk, R., Parente, E., & Principato, D. (1986). Determinants of mating success in the golden hamster: III. Female acceptance of multiple mating partners. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 100(2), 128-136. Summary by Alexa Aftias, Sandy Cornejo, Neal Pourroy (Fall, 2009)



Panel presentations from previous classes (not covered on tests)

and of Afifi, W.A., & Burgoon, J.K. (1998). “We never talk about that”: A Comparison of cross-sex friendships and dating relationships on uncertainty and topic avoidance. Personal Relationships, 5, 255-272. Summary by Ashley Allen and Tatianna Smith (Fall, 2008) How to Be "Just Friends" Clip

and of Elliot, A., & Niesta, D. (2008, November). Romantic red: Red enhances men's attraction to women. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95(5), 1150-1164. Summary by Tiffany Harrison and Amanda Lernor



Hughes, S.M., Harrison, M.A., and Gallup, G.G. (2007). Sex differences in romantic kissing among college students: An evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary Psychology. 5, 612-631. Summary by Amber Kika, Nina Dangourian, and Esmeralda HuertaFor Dr. Mills’ Psyc 310 claas, Fall 2008


Sportsexdifferences.doc female mate choice and sport(2).ppt
Schulte-Hostedde, Albrecht I, Eye, Mark A, & Johnson, Krista (2008). Female mate choice is influenced by male sport participation. Evolutionary Psychology. 6,114-124. Summary by: Jennifer Butler, Sandra Cosme, Boyoung Kim

and Sex_Diff_Power_Point[2].pptx By Jennifer Busico, Renee Egizi, and Laura Jimenez
Buss, D. M. (2008). Attractive Women Want It All: Good Genes, Economic Investment, Parenting Proclivities, and Emotional Commitment. Evolutionary Psychology , 6(1) , 134-146.


Engelhardt, A., Heistermann, M., Hodges, J. K., Nurnberg, P., & Niemitz, C. Determinants of male reproductive success in wild long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis)—male monopolization, female mate choice or post-copulatory mechanisms? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 59: 740-752. Summary by Shay Omahen, Sam Sotuyo, and Seth Matsumura


Anger and Aggression Summary.doc and anger and aggression during roleplaying.ppt of VanGoozen, S., Frijda, N., Van de Poll, N. (1995). Anger and aggression during role-playing: Gender differences between hormonally treated male and female transsexuals and controls. Aggressive Behavior, 21, 257-273. Summary by Brandon Keim and Jennifer Runkle (Fall, 2008).

Power point and summary of:
A.C. Little, D.M. Burt, I.S. Penton-Voak and D.I. Perrett (2001). Self-perceived
attractiveness influences human female preferences for sexual dimorphism and symmetry in male faces. Royal Society, 39-44

By Stephanie Anyakwo, Adrienne Paglinawan, and Chad Walsh

"" and Power Point Presentation of Edlund, J. E., Heider, J. D., Scherer, C. R., Farc, M. M., Sagarin, B. J. (2006). Sex Differences in Jealousy in Response to Actual Infidelity. Evolutionary Psychology. 4, 462-470. Summary by Kyle Tronson, Ruben Flores, Frank T. Kagiyama Jr. (Spring 2008)

sex diff panel article summary.doc and sex diff panel power point.ppt of Heath, Kathleen M. & Hadley, Craig, (1998) Dichotomous male Reproductive Strategies in a Polygynous Human Society: Mating Versus Parental Effort. Current Anthropology, 39, 369-374. presented by Kevin Curry, Yolanda Mejia and Anavely Rodriguez.


PowerPoint and Summary: Genes Gender Roles -
Choi, P.Y. (2001). Genes and gender roles: Why is the nature argument so appealing?. Psychology, Evolution, & Gender, 3, 279-285 Presented by: Lindsay Chisam, Griffin Gosnell, and Erin Morrissey


and of Dunbar, R. I. M. (1995). The mating system of callitrichid primates: I. Conditions for the coevolution of pair bonding and twinning. Animal Behavior, 50, 1057-1070. Summary by Antu Schamberger, Suzie Banda, and Kristtyn Suarez


Summary and PowerPoint of Harris, M.B. (1992). When courtesy fails: Gender roles and polite behaviors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 18, 1399-1416. Presented by Amanda Douglas, Tatiana Hughes, and Alex Fernandez.








The panels below will not be covered on the final exam:


R&T.ppt and **R&T Summary.doc** Jarvis, Pam Evolutionary Psychology “Rough and Tumble” Play: Lessons in Life human-nature.com/ep – 2006. 4: 330-346. By Kemi Ayanfalu , Alex Kraszewski and Mike NaphtalJarvis, Pam Evolutionary

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Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of A.C. Little, D.M. Burt, I.S. Penton-Voak and D.I. Perrett (2001). Self-perceived attractiveness influences human female preferences for sexual dimorphism and symmetry in male faces. Royal Society, 39-44. Summary by Stephanie Anyakwo, Adrienne Paglinawan, and Chad Walsh (Spring 2008)


and of Elgar, M.A. (2005). Polyandry, sperm competition, and sexual conflict. In J.J. Bolhuis & L. Giraldeau (Eds.), The behavior of animals: Mechanisms, function, and evolution (pp. 272-293). Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishing. Presented by Erik Daniels, Amy Gordon, and Elaine Ngo.



Panel Summary MNM.doc and Panel Presentation MNM.ppt of Nichole Stark, Matt Buhen, and Michael Nelson. (Spring 2008)
Fishman, P. (1978). Interaction: The Work Women Do. Social Problems, 25(4), 397- 406.


Chapter 12. Future interactions of the sexes/
Bailyn, L. (2006). Breaking the mold: Family as a complicating issue Cornell University Press. Retrieved April 30, 2008, from http://mitsloan.mit.edu/alumni/pdf/Spring07-Bailyn.pdf�130��131��132�<span style="COLOR: black"> Summary by Jordan Lee and Julia Fehrenbach


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Cohn, Amy and Zeichner, Amos. (2006). Effects of Masculine Identity and Gender Role Stress on Aggression in Men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 7. 179-190. Presented by Natalie Pourroy, Cybele Zavala, and Brooke Brandeberry






PANELS FROM FALL, 2007 CLASS:



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and PowerPoint of Turner, S., Hamilton, H., Jacobs, M., Angood, L., & Dwyer, D. (1997). The Influence of Fashion Magazines on the Body image Satisfaction of College Women: an Exploratory Analysis. Adolescence, 32(127), 603-612. Feedback.

Summary and Powerpoint of Chapter 15: Making Love is Good for Your Brain, in Making a Good Brain Great (2005), by Daniel G. Amen. Summary by Liliana Funes, Crystal Meza, Ranjana Wickramasekaran, Christy Youssef (Fall 2007). Feedback.

Summary and Powerpoint of Cashdan, E. (1998). Womens mating strategies. Journal of Evolutionary Anthropology, 5, 134-143. by Crisara Abrams, Natali Gonzalez, Elena Rodriguez (Fall 2007). Feedback.

Summary and PowerPoint of Miller, A.S. & Kanazawa, S. (2007). Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters: From Dating, Shopping, and Praying to Going to War and Becoming a Billionaire—Two Evolutionary Psychologists Explain Why We Do What We Do. New York City: NY: Perigee Inc. Summary of Chapter 3: Barbie- Manufactured by Mattel, Designed by Evolution (pg 46-71). Aubrey Bowermaster, Jaclyn Torres, Jessica Hyman and Malia Prietto.
Fall, 2007. Feedback.

Summary and Power Point Presentation. Miller, A.S. & Kanazawa, S. (2007). Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters: From Dating, Shopping, and Praying to Going to War and Becoming a Billionaire—Two Evolutionary Psychologists Explain Why We Do What We Do. New York City: NY: Perigee Inc. Summary of Chapter 6: Guys Gone Wild by Morgan Brown, Pauline Castellanos and Ashley Conner. Fall, 2007. Feedback

Summary and Power Point Presentation Dixson, A., Dixson B., & Anderson, M. (2005). Sexual selection and the evolution of visually conspicuous sexually dimorphic traits in male monkeys, apes, and human beings. Annual Review of Sex Research,16, 1-19. Summary and outline by Stefanie Galich, Megan Dorrian, and Sean Ivester (2007). Feedback

, Summary of Campbell, A. (2002). Like a Sister:
Women and Friendship. A Mind of Her Own: Evolutionary Pscychology of Women. (pp.137-168).
New York: Oxford University Press. Summary by: Stefanie Banduria and Stephanie Guzman. Fall, 2007. Feedback.

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Summary of Grammera, Karl, Renningerea, Lee, Ann.Wadeb, T. Joel, (2004). Getting that female glance: Patterns
and consequences of the male nonverbal behavior in courtship contexts. Evolution and Human Behavior, 25, 416-431.
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from Campbell, A. (2002). In the Underworld: Women in Crime. A Mind of Her Own: The Evolutionary Psychology of Women. (pp. 208-232). New York: Oxford University Press. Panel by Jackie Galvez, Katie Meyer, and Whitney Sholl. Fall, 2007. Feedback.











PANELS FROM FALL, 2006 CLASS:

Summary and Outline Baker, Robin. (2001). Sex in the Future: The Reproductive Revolution and How it Will Change Us. New York City, NY: Arcade Publishing. Summary by Anjuli Deo, Rebecca Holman, Natalie Spino, & Frank Velasco (2006).

Summary and Outline Barber, N. (2002). The science of romance: Secrets of the sexual brain. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. Summary by Jaque Crisp, Cleo Arnold, Candice Brown, and Elizabeth Matson (2006).

Summary and Outline Campbell, Anne (2002). A Mind of Her Own: The Evolutionary Psychology of Women (169-207). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Summary and outline by Jenny Ireland, Jenn Gonzales and Loren Klucik (2006).

Summary and Outline Townsend, J. (1998). What Women Want--What Men Want: Why the Sexes Still See Love and Commitment So Differently (pp. 187-207). USA, Oxford University Press. Summary and Outline by Illmin Baek, Janice Diaz, and Daniel McClelland (2006).

Summary and Outline Young, Cathy. Ceasefire!:Why Women and Men Must Join Forces to Achieve True Equality (197-219). New York, NY:The Free Press,1999. Summary by Sam Donner, Kerry McMahon, and Lauren Dillon.(Fall 2006)

Summary and Outline Schmitt, David P (2003). Universal Sex Differences in the Desire for Sexual Variety: Tests from 52 Nations, 6 Continents, and 13 Islands. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85, 85-104. Summary and Outline by Nick Guzzo, Nikoo Naimi, Gerard Vicente (Fall, 2006)

Summary and Outline Driscoll, R. (1998). Sexual Imbalances. The Stronger Sex (117-128). Prima Publishing. Summary and outline by Andrea Kamath, Lanisha Riley, and Lisa Bailey (Fall 2006).





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Summary and Outline of Chapter 1: Monogamy for Beginners from The Myth of Monogamy, by Barash and Lipton. Summary and Outline by Dax Belli, Whitney Temple, Claire Glover and Tana Smothermon (Fall 2006)

Summary and Outline of Chapter 6: Aggression, Dominance and Competition. Rhoads, S. E. (2004). Aggression, Dominance and Competition. Taking Sex Differences Seriously (pp. 134-158). San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books. Summary by Ashlee Riddle and Susana Sanchez (Fall 2006)