Randy Thornhill
Randy Thornhill
Distinguished Professor of Biology Emeritus, University of New Mexico
Zweryfikowany adres z unm.edu - Strona główna
Tytuł
Cytowane przez
Cytowane przez
Rok
The evolution of insect mating systems.
R Thornhill, J Alcock
The evolution of insect mating systems., 1983
34681983
Human (Homo sapiens) facial attractiveness and sexual selection: the role of symmetry and averageness.
K Grammer, R Thornhill
Journal of comparative psychology 108 (3), 233, 1994
13681994
Facial attractiveness
R Thornhill, SW Gangestad
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (12), 452-460, 1999
12381999
A natural history of rape: Biological bases of sexual coercion
R Thornhill, CT Palmer
MIT press, 2001
11332001
Human facial beauty
R Thornhill, SW Gangestad
Human nature 4 (3), 237-269, 1993
8711993
Pathogen prevalence predicts human cross-cultural variability in individualism/collectivism
CL Fincher, R Thornhill, DR Murray, M Schaller
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1640), 1279-1285, 2008
8062008
Facial attractiveness, symmetry and cues of good genes
JE Scheib, SW Gangestad, R Thornhill
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
6781999
Cryptic female choice and its implications in the scorpionfly Harpobittacus nigriceps
R Thornhill
The American Naturalist 122 (6), 765-788, 1983
6531983
The scent of symmetry: a human sex pheromone that signals fitness?
R Thornhill, SW Gangestad
Evolution and human behavior 20 (3), 175-201, 1999
6091999
Menstrual cycle variation in women's preferences for the scent of symmetrical men
SW Gangestad, R Thornhill
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
6061998
Darwinian aesthetics: sexual selection and the biology of beauty
K Grammer, B Fink, AP Møller, R Thornhill
Biological Reviews 78 (3), 385-407, 2003
6012003
Facial attractiveness, developmental stability, and fluctuating asymmetry
SW Gangestad, R Thornhill, RA Yeo
Ethology and Sociobiology 15 (2), 73-85, 1994
5661994
The 2nd: 4th digit ratio, sexual dimorphism, population differences, and reproductive success: evidence for sexually antagonistic genes?
JT Manning, L Barley, J Walton, DI Lewis-Jones, RL Trivers, D Singh, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 21 (3), 163-183, 2000
5482000
Changes in women's sexual interests and their partner's mate–retention tactics across the menstrual cycle: evidence for shifting conflicts of interest
SW Gangestad, R Thornhill, CE Garver
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
5132002
Facial sexual dimorphism, developmental stability, and susceptibility to disease in men and women
R Thornhill, SW Gangestad
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (2), 131-144, 2006
5032006
Developmental stability, disease and medicine
R Thornhill, AP Møller
Biological Reviews 72 (4), 497-548, 1997
5011997
The evolutionary psychology of extrapair sex: The role of fluctuating asymmetry
SW Gangestad, R Thornhill
Evolution and Human Behavior 18 (2), 69-88, 1997
4971997
Parasite-stress promotes in-group assortative sociality: The cases of strong family ties and heightened religiosity
CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (2), 61-79, 2012
4922012
Human rape: An evolutionary analysis
R Thornhill, NW Thornhill
Ethology and Sociobiology 4 (3), 137-173, 1983
4851983
Bilateral symmetry and sexual selection: a meta-analysis
AP Møller, R Thornhill
The American Naturalist 151 (2), 174-192, 1998
4841998
Nie można teraz wykonać tej operacji. Spróbuj ponownie później.
Prace 1–20