Elissa Koff

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, United States 
Neuroscience, Brain and Behavior
"Elissa Koff"

Undergraduate faculty member, Wellesley College (MA, USA) neurosciences program, Psychology Department.

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Karen Elizabeth Wills research assistant 1972-1976
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Lucas M, Koff E. (2014) The role of impulsivity and of self-perceived attractiveness in impulse buying in women Personality and Individual Differences. 56: 111-115
Lucas M, Koff E. (2013) How conception risk affects competition and cooperation with attractive women and men Evolution and Human Behavior. 34: 16-22
Koff E, Lucas M. (2013) Does body image change with fertility status? Evidence from measures of body satisfaction and body size perception North American Journal of Psychology. 15: 413-424
Lucas M, Koff E, Grossmith S, et al. (2011) Sexual orientation and shifts in preferences for a partner's body attributes in short-term versus long-term mating contexts. Psychological Reports. 108: 699-710
Koff E, Lucas M. (2011) Mood moderates the relationship between impulsiveness and delay discounting Personality and Individual Differences. 50: 1018-1022
Koff E, Lucas M, Migliorini R, et al. (2010) Women and body dissatisfaction: Does sexual orientation make a difference? Body Image. 7: 255-8
Regestein Q, Natarajan V, Pavlova M, et al. (2010) Sleep debt and depression in female college students. Psychiatry Research. 176: 34-9
Lucas M, Koff E. (2010) Delay discounting is associated with the 2D:4D ratio in women but not men Personality and Individual Differences. 48: 182-186
Lucas MM, Koff E, Skeath S. (2007) Pilot study of relationship between fertility risk and bargaining. Psychological Reports. 101: 302-10
Zaitchik D, Koff E, Brownell H, et al. (2006) Inference of beliefs and emotions in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychology. 20: 11-20
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