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Can dietary intake influence perception of and measured appearance? A systematic review : dietary intake and appearance
(2015-03) - Journal item
Appearance-based interventions have had some success in reducing smoking and sun exposure. Appearance may also motivate dietary behavior change if it was established that dietary improvement had a positive impact on ...
Glucocorticoid programming of neuroimmune function
(2018-01-15) - Journal item
Throughout life physiological systems strive to maintain homeostasis and these systems are susceptible to exposure to maternal or environmental perturbations, particularly during embryonic development. In some cases, these ...
Subjectivity may hinder the application of Kline’s teaching framework in comparative contexts
(2015-01) - Journal item
We welcome Kline’s attempt to develop an overarching framework to allow much needed collaboration between fields in the study of teaching. While we see much utility in this enterprise, we are concerned that there is too ...
Future thinking : children but not apes consider multiple possibilities
(2016-07-11) - Journal item
When anticipating the future, we draw on our past experience but must take uncertainty into account; for example, while preparing for a trip, we might pack a raincoat and sunglasses because of unpredictable weather. New ...
Social manipulation in nonhuman primates: cognitive and motivational determinants
(2017-11) - Journal item
Social interactions are the result of individuals’ cooperative and competitive tendencies expressed over an extended period of time. Although social manipulation, i.e., using another individual to achieve one’s own goals, ...
Cumulative culture in nonhumans : overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys?
(2018-03) - Journal item
Cumulative culture, generally known as the increasing complexity or efficiency of cultural behaviors additively transmitted over successive generations, has been emphasized as a hallmark of human evolution. Recently, reviews ...
Revisiting vocal perception in non-human animals : a review of vowel discrimination, speaker voice recognition, and speaker normalization
(2015-01-13) - Journal item
The extent to which human speech perception evolved by taking advantage of predispositions and pre-existing features of vertebrate auditory and cognitive systems remains a central question in the evolution of speech. This ...
Regarding societal change
(2013-12) - Journal item
In this paper we introduce our special thematic section on societal change.We begin by providing an overview of the aims of the section, and how these aims grew out of a need to address conceptual and empirical challenges ...
Integrating approaches requires more than a division of labour: commentary on Wӧlfer & Hewstone
(2017-02) - Journal item
Wӧlfer and Hewstone (2015; hereafter W&H) argue that evolutionary psychology (EP) is useful for understanding sex differences in same-sex aggression, while social role theory (SRT) is best applied to sex differences in ...
The dangerous battles over sex and gender
(2017-12) - Journal item