Darren Burke

Affiliations: 
School of Psychology University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Evolution, vision, face perception
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Favelle S, Tobin A, Piepers D, et al. (2015) Dynamic composite faces are processed holistically. Vision Research. 112: 26-32
Wagstaff DL, Sulikowski D, Burke D. (2015) Sex-differences in preference for looking at the face or body in short-term and long-term mating contexts Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. 13: 1-17
Sulikowski D, Burke D, Havlíček J, et al. (2015) Head Tilt and Fertility Contribute to Different Aspects of Female Facial Attractiveness Ethology
Elsworthy N, Burke D, Dascombe BJ. (2015) Physical and psychomotor performance of Australian football and rugby league officials during a match simulation Journal of Sports Sciences
Favelle S, Tobin A, Piepers D, et al. (2015) Dynamic composite faces are processed holistically Vision Research. 112: 26-32
Sulikowski D, Burke D. (2015) Noisy miners plan ahead: Cryptic signalling of reward location impairs search for nectar, but not for invertebrates Animal Behaviour. 102: 149-155
Sulikowski D, Burke D. (2015) From the lab to the world: The paradigmatic assumption and the functional cognition of avian foraging Current Zoology. 61: 328-340
Sulikowski D, Burke D. (2014) Threat is in the sex of the beholder: men find weapons faster than do women. Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 12: 913-31
Burke D. (2014) Why isn't everyone an evolutionary psychologist? Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 910
Elsworthy N, Burke D, Scott BR, et al. (2014) Physical and decision-making demands of Australian football umpires during competitive matches. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association. 28: 3502-7
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