Carin Perilloux, Ph.D.

Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, United States 
"Carin Perilloux"
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Frank McAndrew research assistant 1999-2003 Knox College (PsychTree)
David  M. Buss grad student 2004-2011 UT Austin


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Rhea M. Howard research assistant 2012-2014 Union College
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Howard RM, Perilloux C. (2016) Is mating psychology most closely tied to biological sex or preferred partner's sex? Personality and Individual Differences
Arnocky S, Perilloux C, Cloud JM, et al. (2016) Envy Mediates the Link Between Social Comparison and Appearance Enhancement in Women Evolutionary Psychological Science. 2: 71-83
Perilloux C, Kurzban R. (2015) Do men overperceive women's sexual interest? Psychological Science. 26: 70-7
Cloud JM, Perilloux C. (2015) “Drawing” Conclusions About Perceptions of Ideal Male and Female Body Shapes Evolutionary Psychological Science. 1: 163-171
Perilloux C, Duntley JD, Buss DM. (2014) Blame attribution in sexual victimization Personality and Individual Differences. 63: 81-86
Arnocky S, Bird BM, Perilloux C. (2014) An evolutionary perspective on characteristics of physical attractiveness in humans Psychology of Interpersonal Perception and Relationships. 115-155
Perilloux C, Cloud JM, Buss DM. (2013) Women's physical attractiveness and short-term mating strategies Personality and Individual Differences. 54: 490-495
McAndrew FT, Perilloux C. (2012) The selfish hero: a study of the individual benefits of self-sacrificial prosocial behavior. Psychological Reports. 111: 27-43
McAndrew FT, Perilloux C. (2012) Is self-sacrificial competitive altruism primarily a male activity? Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 10: 50-65
Perilloux C, Easton JA, Buss DM. (2012) The misperception of sexual interest. Psychological Science. 23: 146-51
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