Dr Mary Louise Cowan
Dr Mary Louise Cowan
Regent's University London
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In the face of dominance: Self-perceived and other-perceived dominance are positively associated with facial-width-to-height ratio in men
VR Mileva, ML Cowan, KD Cobey, KK Knowles, AC Little
Personality and Individual Differences 69, 115-118, 2014
562014
The effects of relationship context and modality on ratings of funniness
ML Cowan, AC Little
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (4), 496-500, 2013
212013
It’s the way he tells them (and who is listening): men’s dominance is positively correlated with their preference for jokes told by dominant-sounding men
ML Cowan, CD Watkins, PJ Fraccaro, DR Feinberg, AC Little
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (2), 97-104, 2016
52016
The attractiveness of humour types in personal advertisements: Affiliative and aggressive humour are differentially preferred in long-term versus short-term partners
ML Cowan, AC Little
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 11 (4), 159-170, 2013
52013
There's nothing funny about the evolution of humour; The impact of sex, style, and status on humour production and appreciation
ML Cowan
University of Stirling, 2014
12014
It's the way he tells them: men's dominance is well-correlated with their predictions for jokes told by dominant-sounding men
ML Cowan, CD Watkins, PJ Fraccaro, DR Feinberg, AC Little
Second Scientific Conference of Polish Society for Human and Evolution Studies, 2015
2015
Exploring the relationship between attractiveness and a good sense of humour
ML Cowan, AC Little
Psychology of Interpersonal Perception and Relationships, 71-94, 2014
2014
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