Fondements scientifiques du masculinisme.

Certaines études peuvent apparaître sous plusieurs rubriques. (Exemple : le comportement « Alpha Fucks / Beta Bucks » des femmes, en ce qu’il est corrélé à la phase folliculaire et à la phase lutéale du cycle menstruel, relève conjointement du béhaviorisme, de la psychologie évolutive, de l’hypergamie et des stratégies sexuelles).  

Anxiété liée à la concurrence chez les femmes.

The effect of the adult sex ratio on subjective well-being : evidence from Europe. Thomas Richardson. (Télécharger au format WORD).

Attraction.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Béhaviorisme.

Haselton, M. G. (2015). Comment on Havlicek et al. (2015): Is their perspective really new (or truly parsimonious)? Behavioral Ecology. Advance Online Publication. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Compétition intrasexuelle.

Fales, M. R. Gildersleeve. K. A., & Haselton, M. G. (2014). Exposure to perceived male rivals raises men’s testosterone on fertile relative to non-fertile days of their partner’s ovulatory cycle. Hormones and Behavior, 65, 454–460. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Cycle menstruel.

Gangestad, S. W., Haselton, M. G., Welling, L. M., Gildersleeve, K., Pillsworth, E. G., Burriss, R. Larson, C. M, & Puts, D. M. (in press). How valid are assessments of conception probability in ovulatory cycle research? Evaluations, recommended standards, and theoretical implications. Evolution and Human Behavior. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gangestad, S. W. & Haselton, M. G. (2015). Human estrus: Implications for relationship science. (J. Simpson & E. Finkel, Eds., Inaugural Special Issue on Relationships), Current Opinion in Psychology, 1, 45-51. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. R. (2014). Meta-analysis and p-curves support genuine and robust shifts in women’s mate preferences across the ovulatory cycle: Response to Harris, Pashler, & Mickes (2014) and Wood and Carden (2014). Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1272-1280.(Télécharger au format PDF).

Fales, M. R. Gildersleeve. K. A., & Haselton, M. G. (2014). Exposure to perceived male rivals raises men’s testosterone on fertile relative to non-fertile days of their partner’s ovulatory cycle. Hormones and Behavior, 65, 454–460. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. (2014). Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1205-1259. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Dépression Post-Partum.

Hahn-Holbrook, J. & Haselton, M. G. (2014). Is postpartum depression a disease of modern civilization? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 395-400. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Emotion.

Holbrook, C., Galperin, A., Fessler, D. M. T., Johnson, K. L., Bryant, G. A., Haselton, M. G. (2014). If looks could kill: Anger judgments are informed by affordances for doing harm. Emotion. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Evolution.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. (2014). Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1205-1259. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Fertilité.

Gangestad, S. W., Haselton, M. G., Welling, L. M., Gildersleeve, K., Pillsworth, E. G., Burriss, R. Larson, C. M, & Puts, D. M. (in press). How valid are assessments of conception probability in ovulatory cycle research? Evaluations, recommended standards, and theoretical implications. Evolution and Human Behavior. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gangestad, S. W. & Haselton, M. G. (2015). Human estrus: Implications for relationship science. (J. Simpson & E. Finkel, Eds., Inaugural Special Issue on Relationships), Current Opinion in Psychology, 1, 45-51. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gynocentrisme.

Les femmes sont collectivistes par nature. Les hommes sont intrinsèquement individualistes et hiérarchiques. The gender gap in welfare state attitudes in Europe : the role of unpaid labour and family policy. Mikael Goossen. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Hypergamie.

Haselton, M. G. (2015). Comment on Havlicek et al. (2015): Is their perspective really new (or truly parsimonious)? Behavioral Ecology. Advance Online Publication. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Sexual Economics : Sex as Female Resource for Social Exchange in Heterosexual Interactions – Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs – 2004. (Télécharger au format PDF).

The Price Had Better Be Right : Women’s Reactions to Sexual Stimuli Vary With Market Factors – Kathleen D. Vohs, Jaideep Sengupta, Darren W. Dahl – 2013. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Sexual Responses Are Facilitated by High-Order Contextual Cues in Females but Not in Males – Jorge Ponseti, Kim Dähnke, Leona Fischermeier, Hannah Gerwinn, Amelie Kluth, Jens Müller, Susanne Vogel, Aglaja Stirn – 2018. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Haselton, M. G. & Gildersleeve, K. (in press). Human ovulation cues. Current Opinion in Psychology. (Télécharger au format WORD).

Gangestad, S. W. & Haselton, M. G. (2015). Human estrus: Implications for relationship science. (J. Simpson & E. Finkel, Eds., Inaugural Special Issue on Relationships), Current Opinion in Psychology, 1, 45-51. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Marché sexuel.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Masculinité.

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. (2014). Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1205-1259. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Nombre de partenaires sexuels.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Orientation sexuelle.

The Political Divide Over Same-Sex Marriage : Mating Strategies in Conflict ? David Pinsof et Martie Haselton. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Ovulation.

Fales, M. R. Gildersleeve. K. A., & Haselton, M. G. (2014). Exposure to perceived male rivals raises men’s testosterone on fertile relative to non-fertile days of their partner’s ovulatory cycle. Hormones and Behavior, 65, 454–460. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. (2014). Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1205-1259. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Préférences de partenaire.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gangestad, S. W. & Haselton, M. G. (2015). Human estrus: Implications for relationship science. (J. Simpson & E. Finkel, Eds., Inaugural Special Issue on Relationships), Current Opinion in Psychology, 1, 45-51. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. R. (2014). Meta-analysis and p-curves support genuine and robust shifts in women’s mate preferences across the ovulatory cycle: Response to Harris, Pashler, & Mickes (2014) and Wood and Carden (2014). Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1272-1280.(Télécharger au format PDF).

Gildersleeve, K., Haselton, M. G., & Fales, M. (2014). Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 5, 1205-1259. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Psychologie évolutionniste.

The Political Divide Over Same-Sex Marriage : Mating Strategies in Conflict ? David Pinsof et Martie Haselton. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Sexual Responses Are Facilitated by High-Order Contextual Cues in Females but Not in Males – Jorge Ponseti, Kim Dähnke, Leona Fischermeier, Hannah Gerwinn, Amelie Kluth, Jens Müller, Susanne Vogel, Aglaja Stirn – 2018. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Haselton, M. G. & Gildersleeve, K. (in press). Human ovulation cues. Current Opinion in Psychology. (Télécharger au format WORD).

Gangestad, S. W., Haselton, M. G., Welling, L. M., Gildersleeve, K., Pillsworth, E. G., Burriss, R. Larson, C. M, & Puts, D. M. (in press). How valid are assessments of conception probability in ovulatory cycle research? Evaluations, recommended standards, and theoretical implications. Evolution and Human Behavior. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Haselton, M. G., Nettle, D, & Murray, D. (in press). The evolution of cognitive bias. To appear in D. M. Buss (Ed.), The Evolutionary Psychology Handbook, 2nd Edition. Hoboken: Wiley. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Sexe.

The Political Divide Over Same-Sex Marriage : Mating Strategies in Conflict ? David Pinsof et Martie Haselton. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Haselton, M. G. (2015). Comment on Havlicek et al. (2015): Is their perspective really new (or truly parsimonious)? Behavioral Ecology. Advance Online Publication. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Sexe-Ratio.

The effect of the adult sex ratio on subjective well-being : evidence from Europe. Thomas Richardson. (Télécharger au format WORD).

Société.

Les femmes sont collectivistes par nature. Les hommes sont intrinsèquement individualistes et hiérarchiques. The gender gap in welfare state attitudes in Europe : the role of unpaid labour and family policy. Mikael Goossen. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Stratégie sexuelle.

Sexual Responses Are Facilitated by High-Order Contextual Cues in Females but Not in Males – Jorge Ponseti, Kim Dähnke, Leona Fischermeier, Hannah Gerwinn, Amelie Kluth, Jens Müller, Susanne Vogel, Aglaja Stirn – 2018. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Haselton, M. G. & Gildersleeve, K. (in press). Human ovulation cues. Current Opinion in Psychology. (Télécharger au format WORD).

Gangestad, S. W. & Haselton, M. G. (2015). Human estrus: Implications for relationship science. (J. Simpson & E. Finkel, Eds., Inaugural Special Issue on Relationships), Current Opinion in Psychology, 1, 45-51. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Taille.

Fales, M. R., Frederick D. A., Garcia, J. R., Gildersleeve, K. A., Haselton, M. G., & Fisher, H. E. (in press). Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national U.S. studies. Personality and Individual Differences. (Télécharger au format PDF).

Testostérone.

Fales, M. R. Gildersleeve. K. A., & Haselton, M. G. (2014). Exposure to perceived male rivals raises men’s testosterone on fertile relative to non-fertile days of their partner’s ovulatory cycle. Hormones and Behavior, 65, 454–460. (Télécharger au format PDF).