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Selected Publications - Evolutionary Psychology

Provost, M.P., Quinsey, V.L., Troje, N.F. (2008). Differences in gait across the menstrual cycle and their attractiveness to men. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37, 598-604.
 
Camilleri, J.A., Quinsey, V.L., Tapscott, J.L. (2009). Assessing the propensity for sexual coaxing and coercion in relationships: Factor structure, reliability, and validity of the tactics to obtain sex scale. Arch Sex Behav, 38: 959-973.

Provost, M.P., Troje, N.F., & Quinsey, V.L. (2008). Short-term mating strategies and attraction to masculinity in point-light walkers. Evolution and Human Behavior, 29: 65-69.

Provost, M.P., Kosakoski, G., Kormos, C., & Quinsey, V.L. (2006). Female sociosexuality and preference for male masculinization. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 35, 305-312. 

Waller, K.L., Volk, A. & Quinsey, V.L. (2004). The effect of infant fetal alcohol syndrome facial features on adoption preference. Human Nature, 15, 101-119.

Quinsey, V.L.  (2002). Evolutionary theory and criminal behavior. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 7, 1-13.

Volk, A. & Quinsey, V.L. (2002). The influence of infant facial cues on adoption preferences. Human Nature, 13, 437-456.

Silverthorne, Z.A. & Quinsey, V.L. (2000). Sexual partner age preferences of homosexual and heterosexual men and women. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 29, 67-76.

Lalumière, M. L., & Quinsey, V.L. (1999). A Darwinian interpretation of individual differences in male propensity for sexual aggression. Jurimetrics, 39, 201-216.

Quinsey, V.L., Lalumière, M.L., Querée, M. & McNaughton, J.K. (1999). Perceived crime severity and biological kinship. Human Nature, 10, 399-414.

Lalumière, M.L., Chalmers, L.J., Quinsey, V.L., & Seto, M.C. (1996). A test of the mate deprivation hypothesis of sexual coercion. Ethology and Sociobiology, 17, 299-318.

Landolt, M.A., Lalumière, M.L., & Quinsey, V.L. (1995). Sex differences and intra-sex variations in human mating tactics: An evolutionary approach. Ethology and Sociobiology, 16, 3-23.

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