Max M. Krasnow, Ph.D.

Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Max Krasnow"
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Leda Cosmides grad student 2003-2010 UC Santa Barbara
 (Gathering navigation theory: Adaptations for gathering-related spatial cognition in humans.)
John Tooby grad student 2003-2010 UC Santa Barbara
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Young NR, La Rosa M, Mehr SA, et al. (2020) Does greater morning sickness predict carrying a girl? Analysis of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy from retrospective report. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Mehr SA, Krasnow MM, Bryant GA, et al. (2020) Origins of music in credible signaling. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1-41
Kotler J, Mehr SA, Egner A, et al. (2019) Response to vocal music in Angelman syndrome contrasts with Prader-Willi syndrome. Evolution and Human Behavior : Official Journal of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society. 40: 420-426
Mehr SA, Singh M, Knox D, et al. (2019) Universality and diversity in human song. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366
Krasnow MM, Howard RM, Eisenbruch AB. (2019) The importance of being honest? Evidence that deception may not pollute social science subject pools after all. Behavior Research Methods
Mehr SA, Singh M, York H, et al. (2018) Form and Function in Human Song. Current Biology : Cb
Mehr SA, Kotler J, Howard RM, et al. (2017) Genomic Imprinting Is Implicated in the Psychology of Music. Psychological Science. 956797617711456
Krasnow MM, Delton AW. (2016) The sketch is blank: No evidence for an explanatory role for cultural group selection. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e43
Krasnow MM, Delton AW. (2016) Are Humans Too Generous and Too Punitive? Using Psychological Principles to Further Debates about Human Social Evolution. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 799
Krasnow MM, Delton AW, Cosmides L, et al. (2016) Looking Under the Hood of Third-Party Punishment Reveals Design for Personal Benefit. Psychological Science
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