William M. Brown, PhD

University of East London, London, England, United Kingdom 
evolution of cooperation, genomic imprinting, sexual selection
"William M Brown UEL"
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Boris Palameta research assistant Dalhousie University
Chris Moore grad student 2003 Dalhousie University
 (Altruist detection in humans: An evolutionary analysis.)
Robert Trivers post-doc Rutgers, New Brunswick
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Brown WM, Hazraty S, Palasinski M. (2019) Examining the Dark Tetrad and Its Links to Cyberbullying. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. 22: 552-557
Brown WM, Cronk L, Grochow K, et al. (2013) Retraction: Dance reveals symmetry especially in young men Nature. 504: 470-470
Consedine NS, Magai C, Horton D, et al. (2012) The Affective Paradox: An Emotion Regulatory Account of Ethnic Differences in Self-Reported Anger Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 43: 723-741
Price ME, Brown WM, Curry OS. (2007) The integrative framework for the behavioural sciences has already been discovered, and it is the adaptationist approach Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30: 39-40
Pound N, Penton-Voak IS, Brown WM. (2007) Facial symmetry is positively associated with self-reported extraversion Personality and Individual Differences. 43: 1572-1582
Brown WM, Cronk L, Grochow K, et al. (2005) Dance reveals symmetry especially in young men. Nature. 438: 1148-50
Brown WM, Palameta B, Moore C. (2003) Are there Nonverbal Cues to Commitment? An Exploratory Study Using the Zero-Acquaintance Video Presentation Paradigm Evolutionary Psychology. 1: 147470490300100
Brown WM, Moore C. (2003) Fluctuating asymmetry and romantic jealousy Evolution and Human Behavior. 24: 113-117
Brown WM, Moore C. (2000) Is prospective altruist-detection an evolved solution to the adaptive problem of subtle cheating in cooperative ventures? Supportive evidence using the Wason selection task Evolution and Human Behavior. 21: 25-37
Palameta B, Brown WM. (1999) Human cooperation is more than by-product mutualism. Animal Behaviour. 57: F1-F3
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