William M. Brown, PhD

University of East London, London, England, United Kingdom 
evolution of cooperation, genomic imprinting, sexual selection
"William M Brown UEL"
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Boris Palameta research assistant Dalhousie University
Chris Moore grad student 2003 Dalhousie University
 (Altruist detection in humans: An evolutionary analysis.)
Robert Trivers post-doc Rutgers
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Consedine NS, Magai C, Horton D, et al. (2012) The Affective Paradox: An Emotion Regulatory Account of Ethnic Differences in Self-Reported Anger Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 43: 723-741
Brown WM. (2011) The parental antagonism theory of language evolution: preliminary evidence for the proposal. Human Biology. 83: 213-45
Brown WM, Price ME, Kang J, et al. (2008) Fluctuating asymmetry and preferences for sex-typical bodily characteristics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 12938-43
Brown WM, Consedine NS, Magai C. (2006) Time spent in the United States and breast cancer screening behaviors among ethnically diverse immigrant women: evidence for acculturation? Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health / Center For Minority Public Health. 8: 347-58
Brown WM, Cronk L, Grochow K, et al. (2005) Dance reveals symmetry especially in young men. Nature. 438: 1148-50
Brown WM, Consedine NS, Magai C. (2005) Altruism relates to health in an ethnically diverse sample of older adults. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 60: P143-52
Brown WM, Consedine NS. (2004) Just how happy is the happy puppet? An emotion signaling and kinship theory perspective on the behavioral phenotype of children with Angelman syndrome. Medical Hypotheses. 63: 377-85
Palameta B, Brown WM. (1999) Human cooperation is more than by-product mutualism. Animal Behaviour. 57: F1-F3
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