Posts filed under: evolutionary psychology

Men, Women, and Jealousy

Way back in 1992, David Buss and his colleagues at the University of Michigan published results of a three studies showing that men and women responded differently to sexual and emotional infidelity. They argued that the different reactions stemmed from […]

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readings in psychology for 5 September 2012 @PsychScience

Here is what I am reading today: men really do SEE things differently “The way that the visual centers of men and women’s brains works is different, finds new research published in BioMed Central’s open access journal Biology of Sex […]

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readings in psychology for august 14th 2011

Here is what I am reading today: seeing things in a single glance? “…But new Northwestern University research suggests that you did not group your gloves and shoes in a single glance. Instead, you may only be able to see […]

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readings in psychology for june 26th 2011

Here is what I am reading today: can you FEEL magnetism? “In many migratory animals, the light-sensitive chemical reactions involving the flavoprotein cryptochrome (CRY) are thought to play an important role in the ability to sense the Earth’s magnetic field. […]

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readings in psychology for june 22nd 2011

Here is what I am reading today: why it matters if you think people are watching “The research, published in Evolutionary Psychology, confirmed the prediction that participants who believed they were being watched, although possibly not conscious of that thought, […]

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