Michael N. Pham
Michael N. Pham
Institutional Research, Santa Rosa Junior College
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How sexually dimorphic are human mate preferences?
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (8), 1082-1093, 2015
Personality features and mate retention strategies: Honesty–humility and the willingness to manipulate, deceive, and exploit romantic partners
CJ Holden, V Zeigler-Hill, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Individual Differences 57, 31-36, 2014
Indian mate preferences: Continuity, sex differences, and cultural change across a quarter of a century
S Kamble, TK Shackelford, M Pham, DM Buss
Personality and Individual Differences 70, 150-155, 2014
Oral sex as mate retention behavior
MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Individual Differences, 2013
Integrating body movement into attractiveness research
B Fink, B Weege, N Neave, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Frontiers in psychology 6, 220, 2015
Solving the problem of partner infidelity: Individual mate retention, coalitional mate retention, and in-pair copulation frequency
N Barbaro, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Individual Differences 82, 67-71, 2015
Insecure romantic attachment dimensions and frequency of mate retention behaviors
N Barbaro, MN Pham, TK Shackelford, V ZEIGLER‐HILL
Personal Relationships 23 (3), 605-618, 2016
Oral sex as infidelity-detection
MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Individual Differences, 2012
Human sperm competition: A comparative evolutionary analysis
MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Animal Behavior and Cognition 1 (3), 410-422, 2014
Physical strength and dance attractiveness: further evidence for an association in men, but not in women
B Weege, MN Pham, TK Shackelford, B Fink
American Journal of Human Biology 27 (5), 728-730, 2015
Development and initial validation of the coalitional mate retention inventory
MN Pham, N Barbaro, TK Shackelford
Evolutionary Psychological Science 1 (1), 4-12, 2015
Do women perform fellatio as a mate retention behavior?
Y Sela, TK Shackelford, MN Pham, HA Euler
Personality and Individual Differences 73, 61-66, 2015
Partner attractiveness moderates the relationship between number of sexual rivals and in-pair copulation frequency in humans (Homo sapiens).
MN Pham, TK Shackelford, CJ Holden, V Zeigler-Hill, A Hummel, ...
Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (3), 328, 2014
The relationship between objective sperm competition risk and men’s copulatory interest is moderated by partner’s time spent with other men
MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Human Nature 24 (4), 476-485, 2013
Women’s oral sex behaviors and risk of partner infidelity
MN Pham, TK Shackelford, Y Sela
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (4), 446-449, 2013
Human sperm competition in postindustrial ecologies: Sperm competition cues predict adult DVD sales
WF McKibbin, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 819-823, 2013
The implicit rules of combat
GA Romero, MN Pham, AT Goetz
Human nature 25 (4), 496-516, 2014
Female genital cutting restricts sociosexuality among the igbo people of Southeast Nigeria
IE Onyishi, P Prokop, CO Okafor, MN Pham
Evolutionary Psychology 14 (2), 1474704916648784, 2016
Coalitional mate retention is correlated positively with friendship quality involving women, but negatively with male–male friendship quality
MN Pham, N Barbaro, JK Mogilski, TK Shackelford
Personality and Individual Differences 79, 87-90, 2015
Is cunnilingus-assisted orgasm a male sperm-retention strategy?
MN Pham, TK Shackelford, Y Sela, LLM Welling
Evolutionary psychology 11 (2), 147470491301100210, 2013
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