Damian Murray
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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
Pathogens, personality, and culture: Disease prevalence predicts worldwide variability in sociosexuality, extraversion, and openness to experience.
M Schaller, DR Murray
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (1), 212, 2008
The evolution of cognitive bias
MG Haselton, D Nettle, DR Murray
The handbook of evolutionary psychology, 1-20, 2015
Historical prevalence of infectious diseases within 230 geopolitical regions: A tool for investigating origins of culture
DR Murray, M Schaller
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 41 (1), 99-108, 2010
On the origins of cultural differences in conformity: Four tests of the pathogen prevalence hypothesis
DR Murray, R Trudeau, M Schaller
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (3), 318-329, 2011
Pathogens and politics: Further evidence that parasite prevalence predicts authoritarianism
DR Murray, M Schaller, P Suedfeld
PloS One 8 (5), 2013
Threat (s) and conformity deconstructed: Perceived threat of infectious disease and its implications for conformist attitudes and behavior
DR Murray, M Schaller
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 180-188, 2012
Infectious disease and the creation of culture.
M Schaller, DR Murray
Oxford University Press, 2011
Zoonotic and non-zoonotic diseases in relation to human personality and societal values: Support for the parasite-stress model
R Thornhill, CL Fincher, DR Murray, M Schaller
Evolutionary Psychology 8 (2), 147470491000800201, 2010
The behavioral immune system: Implications for social cognition, social interaction, and social influence
DR Murray, M Schaller
Advances in experimental social psychology 53, 75-129, 2016
Infectious diseases and the evolution of crosscultural differences
M Schaller, DR Murray
Evolution, culture, and the human mind, 243-56, 2010
Evolution, culture, and the human mind
M Schaller, A Norenzayan, SJ Heine, T Yamagishi, T Kameda
Psychology Press, 2011
Implications of the behavioural immune system for social behaviour and human health in the modern world
M Schaller, DR Murray, A Bangerter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
Perceived threat of infectious disease and its implications for sexual attitudes
DR Murray, DN Jones, M Schaller
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (1), 103-108, 2013
The behavioral immune system: Current concerns and future directions
JM Ackerman, SE Hill, DR Murray
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (2), e12371, 2018
Direct and indirect implications of pathogen prevalence for scientific and technological innovation
DR Murray
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (6), 971-985, 2014
Interaction between infectious diseases and personality traits: ACP1* C as a potential mediator
V Napolioni, DR Murray, DE Comings, WR Peters, R Gade-Andavolu, ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 26, 267-273, 2014
A Preregistered Study of Competing Predictions Suggests That Men Do Overestimate Women’s Sexual Intent
DR Murray, SC Murphy, W von Hippel, R Trivers, MG Haselton
Psychological science 28 (2), 253-255, 2017
Climate and creativity: Cold and heat trigger invention and innovation in richer populations
E Van de Vliert, DR Murray
Creativity Research Journal 30 (1), 17-28, 2018
Pathogen prevalence and geographical variation in traits and behavior.
DR Murray, M Schaller
American Psychological Association, 2014
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