Kelly Gildersleeve
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Do women’s mate preferences change across the ovulatory cycle? A meta-analytic review.
K Gildersleeve, MG Haselton, MR Fales
Psychological bulletin 140 (5), 1205, 2014
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
Body odor attractiveness as a cue of impending ovulation in women: evidence from a study using hormone-confirmed ovulation
KA Gildersleeve, MG Haselton, CM Larson, EG Pillsworth
Hormones and behavior 61 (2), 157-166, 2012
Can men detect ovulation?
MG Haselton, K Gildersleeve
Current directions in psychological science 20 (2), 87-92, 2011
Mating markets and bargaining hands: Mate preferences for attractiveness and resources in two national US studies
MR Fales, DA Frederick, JR Garcia, KA Gildersleeve, MG Haselton, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 88, 78-87, 2016
Changes in women's feelings about their romantic relationships across the ovulatory cycle
CM Larson, MG Haselton, KA Gildersleeve, EG Pillsworth
Hormones and Behavior 63 (1), 128-135, 2013
Meta-analyses and p-curves support robust cycle shifts in women’s mate preferences: Reply to Wood and Carden (2014) and Harris, Pashler, and Mickes (2014).
K Gildersleeve, MG Haselton, MR Fales
American Psychological Association 140 (5), 1272, 2014
Condition-dependent calibration of men’s uncommitted mating orientation: evidence from multiple samples
AW Lukaszewski, CM Larson, KA Gildersleeve, JR Roney, MG Haselton
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (4), 319-326, 2014
Shifts in women’s mate preferences across the ovulatory cycle: A critique of Harris (2011) and Harris (2012)
K Gildersleeve, L DeBruine, MG Haselton, DA Frederick, IS Penton-Voak, ...
Sex roles 69, 516-524, 2013
Human ovulation cues
MG Haselton, K Gildersleeve
Current Opinion in Psychology 7, 120-125, 2016
Exposure to perceived male rivals raises men's testosterone on fertile relative to nonfertile days of their partner's ovulatory cycle
MR Fales, KA Gildersleeve, MG Haselton
Hormones and Behavior 65 (5), 454-460, 2014
Genetic compatibility in long-term intimate relationships: partner similarity at major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes may reduce in-pair attraction
S Saphire-Bernstein, CM Larson, KA Gildersleeve, MR Fales, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (2), 190-196, 2017
Do women expose themselves to more health-related risks in certain phases of the menstrual cycle? A meta-analytic review
J Boudesseul, KA Gildersleeve, MG Haselton, L Bgue
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 107, 505-524, 2019
MHC homozygosity is associated with fast sexual strategies in women
DR Murray, KA Gildersleeve, MR Fales, MG Haselton
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3, 101-117, 2017
Women's evaluations of other women's natural body odor depend on target's fertility status
KA Gildersleeve, MR Fales, MG Haselton
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (2), 155-163, 2017
Analyzing evolutionary social science and its popularizations—A review of The Caveman Mystique: Pop-Darwinism and the Debates Over Sex, Violence, and Science
DA Frederick, EG Pillsworth, A Galperin, KA Gildersleeve, YR Filossof, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 4 (30), 301-304, 2009
Do Women Expose Themselves to More Health-related Risks in Certain Phases of the Menstrual Cycle? A Meta-analytic Review
J Boudesseul, KA Gildersleeve, M Haselton, L Bgue
PsyArXiv, 2018
MR Fales, KA Gildersleeve, MG Haselton
Meta-analytic and Experimental Investigations of Shifts in Women's Mate Preferences and Attractiveness across the Ovulatory Cycle
KA Gildersleeve
University of California, Los Angeles, 2014
Author’s Personal Copy Article in press at Evolution and Human Behavior Genetic Compatibility in Long-Term Intimate Relationships: Partner Similarity at Major…
S Saphire-Bernstein, CM Larson, KA Gildersleeve, MR Fales, ...
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