Steven W. Gangestad

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology
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Grebe NM, Del Giudice M, Thompson ME, et al. (2019) Testosterone, cortisol, and status-striving personality features: A review and empirical evaluation of the Dual Hormone hypothesis. Hormones and Behavior
Grebe NM, Kristoffersen AA, Grøntvedt TV, et al. (2017) Oxytocin and vulnerable romantic relationships. Hormones and Behavior
Gangestad SW. (2016) Comment: Wood et al.'s (2014) Speculations of Inappropriate Research Practices in Ovulatory Cycle Studies Emotion Review. 8: 87-90
Gangestad SW, Haselton MG, Welling LLM, et al. (2016) How valid are assessments of conception probability in ovulatory cycle research? Evaluations, recommendations, and theoretical implications Evolution and Human Behavior. 37: 85-96
Gangestad SW, Tybur JM. (2016) Editorial overview: Evolutionary psychology Current Opinion in Psychology. 7: 5-8
Gangestad SW. (2016) An evolutionary perspective on oxytocin and its behavioral effects Current Opinion in Psychology. 7: 115-119
Grebe NM, Thompson ME, Gangestad SW. (2015) Hormonal predictors of women's extra-pair vs. in-pair sexual attraction in natural cycles: Implications for extended sexuality. Hormones and Behavior
Gangestad SW, Grebe NM. (2015) Are within-cycle variations in women's sexual interests mere by-products? A comment on Havliček et al Behavioral Ecology. 26: 1262-1263
Gangestad SW, Haselton MG. (2015) Human estrus: Implications for relationship science Current Opinion in Psychology. 1: 45-51
Durante KM, Eastwick PW, Finkel EJ, et al. (2015) Pair-Bonded Relationships and Romantic Alternatives: Toward an Integration of Evolutionary and Relationship Science Perspectives Advances in Experimental Social Psychology
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