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Epistemic gratitude and the provision of information
Epistemic gratitude and the provision of information
Available online 17 April 2024Author links open overlay panel, , , AbstractHuman society rests on communicated information...
Implications of Dominance versus Agency in the Interpretation of Preferences for Female and Male Leaders
Implications of Dominance versus Agency in the Interpretation of Preferences for Female and Male Leaders
P. Chakraborty et al.Gender and leadership in organisations: The threat of backlashThe Economic Journal(2023)A.H. Eagly et...
Culture shapes sex differences in mate preferences
Culture shapes sex differences in mate preferences
Scholars have demonstrated a robust pattern of sex-differentiated, heterosexual mating preferences, in which men, relative...
Stereotypes versus preferences: revisiting the alpha male stereotype of leadership
Stereotypes versus preferences: revisiting the alpha male stereotype of leadership
Available online 11 April 2024Author links open overlay panelSection snippetsCRediT authorship contribution statementMark ...
Are men (believed to be) less prestige-oriented than women?
Are men (believed to be) less prestige-oriented than women?
Available online 12 April 2024Author links open overlay panel, Section snippetsCRediT authorship contribution statementCha...
Prestige-based leadership offers women leaders an advantage and reduces gender inequality in leadership
Prestige-based leadership offers women leaders an advantage and reduces gender inequality in leadership
Available online 9 April 2024Author links open overlay panelSection snippetsCRediT authorship contribution statementJoey T...
“Think leader, think alpha male” and the evolution of leader stereotypes
“Think leader, think alpha male” and the evolution of leader stereotypes
Available online 8 April 2024Author links open overlay panelSection snippetsCRediT authorship contribution statementChris ...
The evolution of symbolic artefacts: How function shapes form
The evolution of symbolic artefacts: How function shapes form
Available online 4 April 2024Author links open overlay panel, , , , , AbstractDespite the indisputable significance of hum...
Oral storytelling: humanity's first data management system?
Oral storytelling: humanity's first data management system?
The symbolic behaviors collectively referred to as “art and ritual” (e.g., storytelling, visual art, song, dance, ceremony...
Sibling aggression is surprisingly common and sexually egalitarian
Sibling aggression is surprisingly common and sexually egalitarian
Available online 12 March 2024Author links open overlay panel, , , , AbstractTwo well-supported generalizations from aggre...
Choosing to help others at a cost to oneself elevates preschoolers' body posture
Choosing to help others at a cost to oneself elevates preschoolers' body posture
Available online 10 March 2024Author links open overlay panel, , AbstractYoung children sometimes help others at a cost to...
Scars for survival: high cost male initiation rites are strongly associated with desert habitat in Pama-Nyungan Australia
Scars for survival: high cost male initiation rites are strongly associated with desert habitat in Pama-Nyungan Australia
Evolutionary researchers have frequently explored the adaptive significance of religious and ritual practices, particularl...
Dyads in networks: We (dis)like our partners' partners based on their anticipated indirect effects on us
Dyads in networks: We (dis)like our partners' partners based on their anticipated indirect effects on us
Allies, friends, romantic partners, rivals, and other associates can have profound effects on our welfare (Aktipis et al.,...
Why do people make noises in bed?
Why do people make noises in bed?
Available online 24 February 2024Author links open overlay panelAbstractMany primates produce copulation calls, but we hav...
Victims of misfortune may not “deserve” help: A possible factor in victim-devaluation
Victims of misfortune may not “deserve” help: A possible factor in victim-devaluation
We know from experience that people often blame the victims of various kinds of misfortune, e.g., assault or accident. The...
Stereotypes versus preferences: Revisiting the role of alpha males in leadership
Stereotypes versus preferences: Revisiting the role of alpha males in leadership
Available online 1 February 2024Author links open overlay panel, , , AbstractWhy are women underrepresented in positions o...
The role of costly commitment signals in assorting cooperators during intergroup conflict
The role of costly commitment signals in assorting cooperators during intergroup conflict
Inter-group conflict over limited resources is thought to be one of the significant drivers of human evolution, shaping hu...
Sibling competition and dispersal drive sex differences in religious celibacy
Sibling competition and dispersal drive sex differences in religious celibacy
Religious practices vary greatly worldwide. Lifelong celibacy is present in many world religions, but it remains unclear w...
On causes and consequences; a reply to Durkee
On causes and consequences; a reply to Durkee
Available online 12 December 2023Author links open overlay panel, Section snippetsDeclaration of Competing InterestNone.Re...
Status in Himba pastoralists: are causal claims warranted?
Status in Himba pastoralists: are causal claims warranted?
J. Antonakis et al.On making causal claims: A review and recommendationsThe Leadership Quarterly(2010)D.M. BussSex differe...
Systematic error measurement: Treating item errors as data
Systematic error measurement: Treating item errors as data
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The role of parent-offspring conflict in Shuar partner choice and marital practices
The role of parent-offspring conflict in Shuar partner choice and marital practices
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Epigenetic age acceleration and reproductive outcomes in women
Epigenetic age acceleration and reproductive outcomes in women
Life history theory emerged in the biological sciences as an explanatory framework for understanding variation in fitness ...
Calibration and fitness-linked correlates of personality in Conambo, Ecuador
Calibration and fitness-linked correlates of personality in Conambo, Ecuador
We present a study testing the existence and correlates of personality concepts in the village of Conambo, Ecuador, which ...
Non-kin alloparents and child outcomes: Older siblings, but not godparents, predict educational attainment in a rural context
Non-kin alloparents and child outcomes: Older siblings, but not godparents, predict educational attainment in a rural context
Cooperative childrearing1 is a central feature of the human cooperative niche, supporting mothers2 and their dependent off...
The causes and consequences of women's status in Himba pastoralists
The causes and consequences of women's status in Himba pastoralists
Across a wide spectrum of group living mammals, status has direct benefits on reproductive success. Historically, the majo...
Interpersonal conflicts and third-party mediation in a pastoralist society
Interpersonal conflicts and third-party mediation in a pastoralist society
Compared to other mammals, humans exhibit an unparalleled level of cooperation (Fehr & Fischbacher, 2003; Gintis, 2011...