SPRING 2012 CLASS



Summary and Powerpoint By: John Liggins, Joey Demeter, Yevette El Sayed, Cami Robertson


Pawlowski, B. B., Atwal, R., & Dunbar, R. M. (2008). Sex differences in everyday risk-taking behavior in humans. Evolutionary Psychology, 6(1), 29-42.
Summary and Powerpoint by: Annelise Lorenzo, Jenna Tioseco, and Brea Talsness


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Clutton-Brock, T. (2009). Cooperation between non-kin in animal societies. Nature, 462, 51-57. doi:10.103808366

Summary and Powerpoint by: Chloe Dove, Megan Paynter, and Eleni Rodriguez

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Kurzban, R. & Leary, M.R. (2001). Evolutionary origins of stigmatization: The functions of social exclusion. Psychological Bulletin, 2, 187-208.
Summary and Powerpoint by: Lauren Frazier, Chris Kelleher, and Jessica Williams


Summary and Powerpoint by: Sarah O'Connor, Jill Clark, and Moses Galvez


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Effects of Stress on Human Mating Preferences: Stressed Individuals Prefer Dissimilar Mates
Authors: Johanna Lass-Hennemann, Christian E. Deuter, Linn K. Kuehl, André Schulz, Terry D. Blumenthal and HartmutSchachinger

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Rohde, P.A, Atzwanger, K., Bitocskaya, M., Lampert, A., Mysterus, I., Sanchez-Andres, A., & Sulloway, F.J. (2003). Perceived Parental Favoritism, Closeness to Kin, and the Rebel of the Family: The Effects of Birth Order and Sex. Evolution and Human Behavior, 24, 261-276.
Summary and powerpoint by: Natalia Gonzalez, Natasha Grabowski, and Domenico DeCaro
and of Kruger, D. J. (2003). Evolution and altruism: Combining psychological mediators with naturally selected tendencies. Evolution And Human Behavior, 24(2), 118-125. Summary by Sara Nishikawa, Bobby Castillo and Arielle Saturne

and of Weickert, T.W., Goldber, T.E., Gold, J.M., Bigelow, L.B., Egan, M.F., & Weinberger, D.R. (2000). Cognitive impairments in patients with schizophrenia displaying preserved and compromised intellect. Archives of General Psychiatry, 9(57), 907-913.


and of Jonason, P. K. (2007). An evolutionary perspective on sex differences in exercise behaviors and motivations. The Journal of Social Psychology, 147, 5-14. Summary by Redd Davis, Aubrie DeBear, and Samantha Doyle (Spring, 2012)

FALL 2011 CLASS



Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Mikhail, J. (2007). Universal moral grammar: Theory, evidence and the future. Trends In Cognitive Sciences, 11(4), 143-152. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2006.12.007. Summary by Katie Patterson, Charlotte Haun, and Liz Perez (Fall, 2011)

Summary and link to Prezi Powerpoint Presentation http://prezi.com/-a4w5zo38vi0/edit/?auth_key=eiyrdm7&follow=ci4r6e5aqhy2 of
Marsden, P. (2002). Brand positioning: Meme's the word. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 20, 307-312. Summary By Michael Roa and Carinna Torgerson

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Calderon, J. P., & Zamara, R. (2006). How Learning Affects the Evolution of Strong Reciprocity. Journal of Adaptive Behavior, 14(3), 211-221. Summary by Sarah Llanes and Zeke Hindle (Fall, 2011)

Summary and Prezi link to class presentation http://prezi.com/omgsjg6yqvgp/present/?auth_key=vt3twdd&follow=zjqwdpbdejzp of
Gorelik, G., Shackelford, T. K., & Salmon, C. A. (2010). New horizons in the evolutionary science of the human family. Review Of General Psychology, 14(4), 330-339. doi:10.1037/a0021438. Summary by Sydney Sutton-Liswith, Theresa Branconier, and Karla Barriga (Fall, 2011)

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of McKibbin, W. F., Shakelford, T. K., Starratt, V. G., & Goetz, A. T. (2011). Perceived risk of female infidelity moderates the relationship between objective risk of female infidelity and sexual coercion in humans (homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125(3), 370-373.
Summary by Gloria Gutierrez, Courtney Picciolo, and Jenna Dato-on (Fall, 2011)


and of:
Ketteler, D., & Ketteler, S. (2010). Is schizophrenia “the price that Homo sapiens pays for language”? Sub cortical language processing as the missing link between evolution and language disorder in psychosis — A neurolinguistic approach. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 23(4), 342-353

Summary By: Spenser Mitchell, Michael Palladino & Natalie Pebbles (Fall, 2011)


Summary, Outline, Test Questions/Answer of: Heijne-Penninga, M., Kuks, J. M., Hofman, W., & Cohen-Schotanus, J. (2010). Influences of deep learning, need for cognition and preparation time on open- and closed-book test performance. Medical Education, 44(9), 884-891. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03732.x

Powerpoint:

Summary and Presentation Of:Hill, S.E. & Buss, D.E. (2006). Envy and Positional Bias in the Evolutionary Psychology of Management. Managerial and Decision Economics, 27, 131-143.

Summary by Anthony Ferrando, Matt Nuguid, and Daniel Vakili
For Dr. Mills’ Psych 452 Class, Fall 2011



Summary and Presentation of :Rachlin, H., & Jones, B., A. (2008). Altruism among relatives and non-relatives, Behavioural Processes, 79(2), 120-123.


Summary by Jane Kim, Beverly Pascual, and Ally Saliccia.

For Dr. Mill’s Evolutionary Psychology class, Fall 2011




FALL 2010 CLASS


Summary, outline and powerpoint presentation of Walston, F., David, A., & Charlton, B. (1998). Sex differences in the content of persecutory delusions: A reflection of hostile threats in the ancestral environment?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 19(4), 257-260. doi:10.1016/S1090-5138(98)00010-5. by Sean Durkin and Amanda Barthel



SUMMARY.doc and PPTPRESETATION.pp of Krupp, D., Debruine, L., & Barclay, P. (2008). A cue of kinship promotes cooperation for the public good. Evolution and Human Behavior, 29(1), 49-55. doi:10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2007.08.002. Summary by Andy Pham, Matthew Meneses, and Jacquelyn Rembis (Fall, 2010)



Summary & Outline of Gaulin Chapter 7: Cognition. Summary by A. Herlinda Sandoval, Leyla Zerehi & Kyra Paliobagis (Fall, 2010)

Summary,Outline and Powerpoint Presentation of Nairne, J. S., Thompson, S. R., & Pandeirada, J. N. (2007). Adaptive Memory: Survival Processing Enhances Retention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33(2), 263-273. Summary & Powerpoint Presentation by A. Herlinda Sandoval, Leyla Zerehi and Kyra Paliobagis (Fall, 2010)




Article:
Wasieleski, David M.; Hayibor, Sefa. (2008). Breaking the rules: examining the facilitation effects of moral intensity characteristics on the recognition of rule violations. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol 78 (1-2)

Summary by: Johnathan Lou, Charlie Kittler, Tristan Sguigna (Fall 2010)






Why Are We Fascinated by Gossip
Article:
McAndrew, F. T. & Milenkovic, M. A. (2002). Of Tabloids and Family Secrets: The
Evolutionary Psychology of Gossip. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 1-20.
Book:
Pinker, S. (2002). In Touch with Reality. The blank slate: the modern denial of human nature (pp. 197-218). New York: Viking.

Summary by: Alex Reivitis, Krystal Gamez, and Kyle Glassman (Fall 2010)




Furnham, A. (2009). Sex differences in mate selection preferences. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 262-267.
Summary by: Kathryn Hogan, Roxanne Majich, and Alyssa Reichental (Fall 2010)


Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Szechtman, H., & Woody, E. (2004). Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder as a Disturbance of Security Motivation. Psychological Review, 111(1), 111-127.

Summary by Brittany Myers, Jessica Marquez, and Molly Shelton (Fall, 2010)





panel_presentation_evolution.pptx evolution_panel_outline.doc

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Fodor, E.M., (1999). Subclinical Inclination toward Manic-Depression and Creative performance on the Remote Associates Test. Personality and Individual Differences,27 (6), 1273-1283.

Summary by Michael Rebong, Leslie Reyes, Heather Romanowski (Fall, 2010)







Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Petronvich L., O'Neill, P., & Jorgensen, M. (1993). An Empirical Study of Moral Intuitions: Toward an Evolutionary Ethics. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 64(3), 467-478.

Summary by Coco Gutilla, Sylvia Joo, Joe Svec, Natalie Zepeda (Spring, 2010)




Brown, W., & Moore, C. (2000). Is prospective altruist-detection an evolved solution to the adaptive problem of subtle cheating in cooperative ventures? Supportive evidence using the Wason selection task. Evolution and Human Behavior, 21(1), 25-37 .

Summary By Lara Heisser, Nisha Patel, and Jennifer Lambert (Spring, 2010)





Wubben, M.J.J., De Cremer, D., and Van Dijk, E. (2009). How emotion communication guides reciprocity: Establishing cooperation through disappointment and anger. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45(4), 987-990.
Summary by Karina Muro, Whitney Justice and Elise Sisson



Summary and Powerpoint of
Andrews, P.W., Aggen, S. H., Miller, G.F., Radi, C., Dencoff, J.E., & Neale, M.C. (2007). The functional design of depression’s influence on attention: A preliminary test of alternative control-process mechanisms. Evolutionary Psychology, 5(3), 584-604. Summary by Sunny Lee, Julia Roberts, and Brittany Sutter (Spring, 2010)





The Sexes: Summary and Powerpoint of
Mitchell, Mary M. and Latimer, William W. (2009). Gender differences in high risk sexual behaviors and injection practices associated with perceived HIV risk among injection drug users. AIDS Education and Prevention, 21(4), 384-394.
Summary by Lauren Anderson, Stephanie Riley, and Mario Souza (Spring 2010)







Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Mehu, M., Grammer, K., & Dunbar, R. (2007). Smiles when sharing. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 415-422. Summary by Shannon Gibbs, Yuki Sei, and Nathan Mitch.



Summary and Powerpoint of Salmon, C., Crawford, C., Dane, L., Zuberbier, O. (2008). Ancestral Mechanisms in Modern Environments. Springer Science, 103-117.
Summary by Sandy Cornejo and Francesca Gatuz (Spring, 2010)




summary final.doc Palmer, C.T. & Tilley, C. F. (1995). Sexual Access to Females as a Motivation for Joining Gangs: An Evolutionary Approach. Journal of Sex Research, 211- 218. Summary by Unique Cramer-Buck. Evolutionary Presentation- Gangs Sexual Access.ppt







Jorgensen, M., O'Neil, P., Petrinovich, L. (1993). An Empirical Study Of Moral Intuitions: Toward An Evolutionary Ethics. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 3, 467-478.

Summary by Andre Krouse

Williams, S.S. (2007). Altruism of kin vs. non kin: Effects of costs of help and reciprocal exchange. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, pp. 193 – 198

Summary and Presentation by Alicia Witter, Alexa Aftias, and David Guzman

Summary of


and of with Powerpoint,

Nettle, D. & Clegg, H., (2008). Mating Intelligence: Sex, Relationships, and the Mind’s Reproductive System. In G. Geher and G. Miller (Ed.), Personality, Mating Strategies, and Mating Intelligence (pp. 121-134). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Summary and Presentation by Natalie Arbid and Lexi O'Neill.

and of Webster, G. D. (2003). Prosocial behavior in families: Moderators of resource sharing. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 644-652. By Stephanie Taylor, Grace Gayles, Cristina Perez ( Fall, 2009)


and of Pietrzak, R.H., Laird, J.D., Stevens, D.A., Thompson, N.S. (2002). Sex differences in human jealousy: a coordinated study of forced-choice, continuous rating-scale, and physiological responses on the same subjects. Evolution and Human Behavior, 23, 83-94. Summary by Rachel Anderson and Colleen Burns (Fall, 2009).

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Powerpoint and Summary By Yvette Aranas & Mercedes Pineda. Kruger, D.J. & Nesse, R. M. (2004). Sexual selection and the Male: Female Mortality Ratio. Evolutionary Psychology. 2, 66 - 85.

Powerpoint and of Cousins, A. J., Fugere, M. A., & Franklin M. (2009). Digit ratio (2D:4D), mate guarding, and physical aggression in dating couples. Personality and Individual Differences, 46, 709-713. Summary By Laura Jimenez and Kelsey Grossman

Summary chapters 7-8

Buss, D. M. (2007). Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind. (3rd Ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon. And PowerPoint Altruism among relatives and non-relatives. By Jessica Nunnally, Monica Ramos, and Alex Kraszewski.



Powerpointand Summary of Fisher, M., Voracek, M., Rekkas, P., & Cox, A. (2008). Sex differences in feelings of guilt arising from infidelity. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 3, 436-446. By: Jennifer Busico, Bita Karamzadhe, Kimberly Clark

Summary EvolPsycOutline-BrownNaphtal.doc and Powerpoint EvolPsycPPT-BrownNaphtal.ppt of Nesse, R.M. & Ellsworth, P.C. (2009). Evolution, emotions, and emotional disorders. American Psychologist 64(2), 129-139. Summary and Powerpoint by Kayla Brown and Michael Naphtal (Spring, 2009).

[[file:cognition evolution article_02:22:09.doc]] and Power Point [[file:cognition evolution pp_02:22:09.ppt]] of Herrman, E., Call, J. Hernandez-Lloreda, M.V., Hare, B., Tomasello, M. (2007). Humans Have Evolved Specialized Skills of Social Cognition: The Cultural Intelligence Hypothesis. Science, 317, 1360-1366. Summary by Ashley Allen and Marisa Molina (Spring, 2009).

Environments of Evolutionary Adaption Summary and Outline.doc and Power Point EEA Power Point.ppt of Heft, Harry. (2007).The Social Constitution of Perceiver-Environment Reciprocity. Ecological Psychology, 19, 85-105. Summary by Elizabeth Baxter, Sydney Johnson, Adrienne Paglinawan (Spring, 2009).


Nature nurture summary and outline.docx and powerpoint Nature nurture spr09.pptx of Rodgers, J. L., Rowe, D. C., & Li, C. (1994). Beyond nature versus nurture: DF analysis of nonshared influences on problem behaviors. Developmental Psychology, 30(3), 371-384. By Liz Bohley and Sammy Morris.
and FALL 2008

Powerpoint Presentation [file

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by Devon Kelts and Julia Fehrenbach
Hagen, Edward and Bryant, Gregory. Music and dance as a coalition signaling system. 18
June 2002. Institute of Theoretical Biology, University of Santa Cruz. Human Nature,
Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 21–51
Summary Chapter 20: Art (Pinker): Summary by Devon Kelts and Julia Fehrenbach

Powerpoint Presentation,
Walter, A. (2006).The ant

i-naturalistic fallacy: Evolutionary moral psychology and the insistence of brute facts. Evolutionary Psychology, 33-48.
by Ryan Heflin, Suzie Banda, Devin Kelts and Seth Matsumura

Summary and Powerpoint of
Stevens, J. R. & Hauser, M. D. (2004). Why be nice? Psychological constraints on the evolution of cooperation. Cognitive Science, 8, 60-65, Summary by Antú Schamberger, Amanda Douglas, and Joel Schreiber

Summary and Powerpoint of Botwin, D., Buss, D. D., & Shackelfors, T. K. (1997). Personality and mate preferences: Five factors in mate selection and marital status. Journal of Personality, 65(1), 107-136. Summary by Tatiana Hughes, Tatianna Smith, and Kali Thomas

Summary of
Nairne, J. S., Thompson, S.R., & Pandeirada J. N. S. (2007). Adaptive Memory: Survival processing enhances retention. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 33, 263-273. Summary by Malia Prietto, Joel Schreiber, and Seth Matsumura

Summary evo psyc.doc and Powerpoint Presentaion pysc ppt.ppt of Pierce, B. & White, R. (1999). The evolution of social structure: why biology matters. Academy of Management Review, 24, 843-853. Summary by Malia Prietto and Amanda Douglas (Fall, 2008).

Summary and Powerpoint of Cosmides, L., & Tooby, J., Evolutionary psychology and the emotions. In M. Lewis, & J.M. Haviland-Jones (Ed.), Handbook of Emotions (pp.91-114). New York: Guliford. Summary by Tanisha Tatum and Kali Thomas (Fall 2008).


Bargh, J. A. & Chartrand, T. L. (1999). The Chameleon Effect: The Perception-Behavior Link and Social Interaction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76, 893-910.

Summary by Antú Schamberger and Julia Fehrenbach

Summary of and Powerpoint Presentation Burnstein, E., Crandall, C., & Kitayama, S. (1994). Some Neo-Darwinian Decision Rules for Altruism: Weighing Cues for Inclusive Fitness as a Function of the Biological Importance of the Decision. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67, 779. Summary by Isaiah Magpali-Issac, Tatiana Hughes, and Tanisha Tatum.

Summary of article Altruists Attract and Altruists Attract Powerpoint of Farrelly, Daniel, Lazarus, John, & Roberts, Gilbert (2007). Altruists Attract. Evolutionary Psychology. 5, 313-329. Summary by: Isaiah Magpali-Isaac, Tatianna Smith and Viris Colmenero.

Summary of article summaryby Poulshock, J. (2001). The problem and potential of memetics. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 30, 68-76. Summary by: Viris Colmenero

PANEL SUMMARIES, OUTLINES, AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS:
PANELS FROM THE SPRING, 2008 CLASS

Covered on the final exam:


Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Haidt, J. & Joseph, C. (2004). Intuitive ethics: how innate prepared intuitions generate culturally variable virtues. Daedalus, 133, 55-66. Summary by Edeline Brezinger, Jonathan Garcia, and Ken Yoshifuku (Spring 2008).

and Presentation of Stewart-Williams, Steve (2007). Altruism among kin vs. nonkin: effects of cost of help and reciprocal exchange. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 193-198. Summary by Esmeralda Arrizon-Palomera, Elena Rodriguez, and Alexa Tangalakis

Korchmaros, J. D., & Kenny, D. A. (2001). Emotional scloseness as a mediator of the effect of genetic relatedness on altruism. Psychological Science, 12 (3), 262-265. Summary by Kristin Palmer and Caitlin Senske (Spring, 2008)

and of Hughes, C., Happe, F. & Taylor, H., Jaffee, S.R., Caspi, A. & Moffitt T.E. (2005).Origins of Individual Differences in Theory of Mind: From Nature to Nurture?. Child Development, 76, 356-370. Summary by Suzie Banda and Ryan Heflin.

The following panel presentation will not be covered on the final exam:

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Hampson, E., van Anders, S. M. & Mullin, L. I. (2006). A female advantage in the recognition of emotional facial expressions: test of an evolutionary hypothesis. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 401-416. Summary by Michelle Cruz, Priscilla Munoz, and Maram Nazer

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Heyes, C. (2003). Four routes of cognitive evolution. Psychological Review, 110, 713-727. Summary by Marian Alonso and Paulina Murrietta (Spring, 2008).

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Nettle, D. (2006). The evolution of personality variation in humans and other animals. American Psychologist, 61, 622-631. Summary by Nikoo Naimi and Sarah Krouse (Spring, 2008).

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Hazan, C. & Diamond, L. M. (2000). The place of attachment in human mating. Review of General Psychology, 4, 186-204. Summary by Stephanie Anyakwo, Joi James, and Natalie Sparrow (Spring, 2008)









PANELS FROM THE FALL, 2007 CLASS

Summary and PowerPoint Presentation of Klix, Friedhart. (2001). The Evolution of Cognition. Structural Learning & Intelligence Systems, 14, 415-432. Summary by Clare Bielecki, Nicole Shokralla, and Nicole Paine (Fall, 2007). Feedback.

Summary and Outline and Powerpoin

t Presentation of Chapter 6: Social Functionalism and the Evolution of Emotion by Dacher Keltner, Jonathan Haidt, and Michelle N. Shiota, in Evolution and Social Psychology (2006), edited by Mark Schaller, Jeffry A. Simpson, and Douglas T. Kenrick. Summary by Suzanne Dezember, Stephan Hyun, and Christina Vrooman (Fall, 2007). Feedback.

Summary and Outline and Powerpoint Presentation of :Hauser, M. (1997). Moral Minds: How Nature Designed Our Universal Sense of Right and Wrong. Grammars of Violence (pp. 111-159). Ecco/HarperCollins. By Dove Graham, Kyla Johnson and Brittany Couture. (Fall 2007). Feedback.

Summary and Outline and P

owerPoint of Webster, G. D. (2004). Human Kin Investment as a Function of Genetic Relatedness and Lineage. Evolutionary Psychology, 2. Retrieved November 25, 2007, from http://www.human-nature.com/ep
Summary by Kate Jarrin, Daniel McClelland, and Amanda Neely. (Fall 2007) Feedback.

Summary and PowerPoint of Wiessner, P. (2005). Norm Enforcement amount the Ju/'hoansi Bushmen: A Case of Strong Reciprocity? Human Nature, 16(2), 115-145. Summary by Caitlin Rogers, Casey Dudley, Elizabeth Benton, and Paul Ferraiolo. (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-->Feedback.

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation 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 2: Why are Men and Women so Different? by Morgan Brown, Emma Kite, and Nicole Groeneweg (Fall 2007)
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Summary and PowerPoint of: Gardenfors, P. (2003). The dawn of language. In How homo became sapiens: on the evolution of thinking (pp 141-165). New York: Oxford University Press. Summary by Stefanie Galich, Megan Dorrian, and Cleo Arnold (2007).
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PANELS FROM THE SPRING, 2007 CLASS:

Summary of Bowles, S. & Gintis, H. (2004). The evolution of strong reciprocity: cooperation in heterogeneous populations. Theoretical Population Biology, 65, 17-28. By Kelly Asato, Courtney Foster, and Chelsea Smith.

Summary and Outline of Zinn, S., Stein, R. & Swartzwelder, S. (2004). Executive Functioning Early in Abstinence From Alcohol. Alcohol Clinical and Experimental Research, 28, 1338-1346. By Lindsey Abercrombie and Christine Fitzgerald.

Summary of: Mendle, J., Turkheimer, E., D'Onofrio, B.M., Lynch, S.K., Emery, R.E., Slutske, W.S., & Martin, N.G. (2006) Family structure and age at menarche: a children-of-twins approach. Developmental Psychology, 42, 533-542 By Kim Barth, Jennifer Reamer, and Ryan Magnino.

Summary of: Puts, D.A., Gaulin, S.J., & Verdolini, K

. (2006) Dominance and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in human voice pitch
Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 283-296 By Whitney Temple and Tana Smothermon

Summary and power point presentation of Hess, N.H. & Hagen, E.H. (2006). Sex differences in indirect aggression Psychological evidence from young adults. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 231-245. By Tana Smothermon and Whitney Temple.



POSTS BELOW WERE COVERD ON MIDTERM 2 -- THEY WILL NOT BE COVEREDON THE FINAL EXAM

Summary and power point presentation of Pellegrini, A.D., et al. Social Contexts of learning literate language: The role of varied, familiar, and close peer relationships. Learning and Individual Differences, 12, 375-389. By Kim Barth, Ryan Magnino, and Lindsey Abercrombie.

Summary and power point presentation of Levesque, M.J., et al. (2006). Toward an understanding of gender differences in inferring sexual interest. Pyschology of Women Quarterly, 30, 150-158. By Christine Fitzgerald, Chelsea Smith, and Kelly Asato.

Summary of Bartlett, M., and Kazakov, D. (2005). The origins of syntax: from navigation to language. Connection Science, 17 (3-4), 271-288. By Courtney Foster and Jennifer Reamer. Evolutionary Psychology -- Dr. Mills







Summary of Bowles, S. & Gintis, H. (2004). The evolution of strong reciprocity: cooperation in heterogeneous populations. Theoretical Population Biology, 65, 17-28. By Kelly Asato, Courtney Foster, and Chelsea Smith.

Summary and Outline of Zinn, S., Stein, R. & Swartzwelder, S. (2004). Executive Functioning Early in Abstinence From Alcohol. Alcohol Clinical and Experimental Research, 28, 1338-1346. By Lindsey Abercrombie and Christine Fitzgerald.

Summary of: Mendle, J., Turkheimer, E., D'Onofrio, B.M., Lynch, S.K., Emery, R.E., Slutske, W.S., & Martin, N.G. (2006) Family structure and age at menarche: a children-of-twins approach. Developmental Psychology, 42, 533-542 By Kim Barth, Jennifer Reamer, and Ryan Magnino.

Summary of: Puts, D.A., Gaulin, S.J., & Verdolini, K. (2006evolution_panel_outline.docevolution_panel_outline.doc) Dominance and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in human voice pitch
Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 283-296 By Whitney Temple and Tana Smothermon

Summary and power point presentation of Hess, N.H. & Hagen, E.H. (2006). Sex differences in indirect aggression Psychological evidence from young adults. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27, 231-245. By Tana Smothermon and Whitney Temple.



POSTS BELOW WERE COVERD ON MIDTERM 2 -- THEY WILL NOT BE COVEREDON THE FINAL EXAM

Summary and power point presentation of Pellegrini, A.D., et al. Social Contexts of learning literate language: The role of varied, familiar, and close peer relationships. Learning and Individual Differences, 12, 375-389. By Kim Barth, Ryan Magnino, and Lindsey Abercrombie.

Summary and power point presentation of Levesque, M.J., et al. (2006). Toward an understanding of gender differences in inferring sexual interest. Pyschology of Women Quarterly, 30, 150-158. By Christine Fitzgerald, Chelsea Smith, and Kelly Asato.

Summary of Bartlett, M., and Kazakov, D. (2005). The origins of syntax: from navigation to language. Connection Science, 17 (3-4), 271-288. By Courtney Foster and Jennifer Reamer.