Robert P. Burriss
Robert P. Burriss
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Facial appearance affects voting decisions
AC Little, RP Burriss, BC Jones, SC Roberts
Evolution and Human Behavior 28 (1), 18-27, 2007
4102007
Preferences for masculinity in male bodies change across the menstrual cycle
AC Little, BC Jones, RP Burriss
Hormones and Behavior 51 (5), 633-639, 2007
2382007
Sexual orientation and the second to fourth finger length ratio: a meta-analysis in men and women.
T Grimbos, K Dawood, RP Burriss, KJ Zucker, DA Puts
Behavioral neuroscience 124 (2), 278, 2010
1682010
Social transmission of face preferences among humans
BC Jones, LM DeBruine, AC Little, RP Burriss, DR Feinberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1611), 899-903, 2007
1602007
Women's attractiveness changes with estradiol and progesterone across the ovulatory cycle
DA Puts, DH Bailey, RA Cárdenas, RP Burriss, LLM Welling, JR Wheatley, ...
Hormones and Behavior 63 (1), 13-19, 2013
1462013
How valid are assessments of conception probability in ovulatory cycle research? Evaluations, recommendations, and theoretical implications
SW Gangestad, MG Haselton, LLM Welling, K Gildersleeve, EG Pillsworth, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (2), 85-96, 2016
1162016
Social influence in human face preference: men and women are influenced more for long-term than short-term attractiveness decisions
AC Little, RP Burriss, BC Jones, LM DeBruine, CA Caldwell
Evolution and Human Behavior 29 (2), 140-146, 2008
1132008
2D: 4D and sexually dimorphic facial characteristics
RP Burriss, AC Little, EC Nelson
Archives of sexual behavior 36 (3), 377-384, 2007
1022007
Intrasexual competition among women: Vocal femininity affects perceptions of attractiveness and flirtatiousness
DA Puts, JL Barndt, LLM Welling, K Dawood, RP Burriss
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (1), 111-115, 2011
1012011
Men's masculinity and attractiveness predict their female partners' reported orgasm frequency and timing
DA Puts, LLM Welling, RP Burriss, K Dawood
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (1), 1-9, 2012
902012
Relationship satisfaction and outcome in women who meet their partner while using oral contraception
SC Roberts, K Klapilová, AC Little, RP Burriss, BC Jones, LM DeBruine, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1732), 1430-1436, 2012
812012
Oral contraceptive use in women changes preferences for male facial masculinity and is associated with partner facial masculinity
AC Little, RP Burriss, M Petrie, BC Jones, SC Roberts
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (9), 1777-1785, 2013
752013
Hormonal contraceptive use and mate retention behavior in women and their male partners
LLM Welling, DA Puts, SC Roberts, AC Little, RP Burriss
Hormones and behavior 61 (1), 114-120, 2012
752012
Salivary testosterone does not predict mental rotation performance in men or women
DA Puts, RA Cárdenas, DH Bailey, RP Burriss, CL Jordan, SM Breedlove
Hormones and Behavior 58 (2), 282-289, 2010
742010
Sexual selection on male vocal fundamental frequency in humans and other anthropoids
DA Puts, AK Hill, DH Bailey, RS Walker, D Rendall, JR Wheatley, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1829), 20152830, 2016
722016
Partner choice, relationship satisfaction, and oral contraception: The congruency hypothesis
SC Roberts, AC Little, RP Burriss, KD Cobey, K Klapilová, J Havlíček, ...
Psychological Science 25 (7), 1497-1503, 2014
67*2014
Men’s attractiveness predicts their preference for female facial femininity when judging for short-term, but not long-term, partners
RP Burriss, LLM Welling, DA Puts
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (5), 542-546, 2011
512011
Face, body and speech cues independently predict judgments of attractiveness
TK Saxton, RP Burriss, AK Murray, HM Rowland, S Craig Roberts
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 7 (1), 23-35, 2009
502009
Effects of partner conception risk phase on male perception of dominance in faces
RP Burriss, AC Little
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (4), 297-305, 2006
452006
Heterosexual romantic couples mate assortatively for facial symmetry, but not masculinity
RP Burriss, SC Roberts, LLM Welling, DA Puts, AC Little
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (5), 601-613, 2011
402011
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