Member publications

David Butler:

Butler, D., Mattingley, J., Cunnington, R., & Suddendorf, T. (2012). “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, How Does My Brain Recognise Me at all?” PLoS One

Suddendorf, T. & Butler, D. (2013). The Nature of Visual Self-recognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Dr Emma Collier-Baker:

Collier-Baker, E. (2012). Learning: The role of experience. In M.W. Passer & R.E. Smith, Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour. (pp. 227-228). McGraw-Hill.

Hill, A., Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2012). Inferential reasoning by exclusion in children (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126(3): 243-54. doi: 10.1037/a0024449

Hill, A., Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2011). Inferential reasoning by exclusion in great apes, lesser apes, and spider monkeys. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125(1): 91-103. doi: 10.1037/a0020867

Dong, A., Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2010). Animal innovation:  a window into design thinking.  In K. Dorst, S. Stewart, I. Staudinger, B. Paton & A. Dong (Eds.), Design Thinking Research Symposium 8 (pp. 121-130). Sydney: DAB Documents.

Suddendorf, T., Corballis, M. C., & Collier-Baker, E. (2009). How great is great ape foresight? Animal Cognition, 12(5): 751-754. doi: 10.1007/s10071-009-0253-9

Suddendorf, T. & Collier-Baker, E. (2009). The evolution of primate visual self-recognition: Evidence of absence in lesser apes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276(1662): 1671-7.doi: 10.1098/rspb.2008.1754

Collier-Baker, E. & Suddendorf, T. (2006). Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and two-year-old children (Homo sapiens) understand double invisible displacement? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 120(2), 89-97. doi: 10.1037/0735-7036.120.2.89

Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J.M., Nielsen, M., & Suddendorf, T. (2005). Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) understand single invisible displacement? Animal Cognition, 9(1), 55-61. doi: 10.1007/s10071-005- 0004-5

Nielsen, M., Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J. M., & Suddendorf, T. (2005). Imitation recognition in a captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Animal Cognition, 8, 31-36. doi: 10.1007/s10071-004-0232-0

Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J.M, & Suddendorf, T. (2004). Do dogs (Canis familiaris) understand invisible displacement? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 118(4), 421–433. doi: 10.1037/0735-7036.118.4.421

Collier-Baker, E. & Davis, J.M. (2003). Pretending and imagination in children and animals. Anthrozöos, 15(4), 372-378. Cambridge University.

Dr. Mark Nielsen:

Nielsen, M. (in press). Young children’s imitative and innovative behavior on the floating object task. Infant and Child Development.

Suddendorf, T., Oostenbroek, J., Nielsen, M., Slaughter, V. (in press). Is newborn imitation developmentally homologous to later social-cognitive skills? Developmental Psychobiology.

Zmyj, N., Daum, M. M., Prinz, W., Nielsen, M., Aschersleben, G. (in press). Fourteen-month-olds’ imitation of differently aged models. Infant and Child Development

Nielsen, M., Subiaul, F., Whiten, A., Galef, B., & Zentall, T. (2012). Social learning in humans and non-human animals: Theoretical and empirical dissections. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126, 109-113.

Nielsen, M., Moore, C., & Mohamedally, J. (2012). Young children overimitate in third-party contexts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 112, 73-83..

Nielsen, M. (2012). Childhood and advances in human tool use. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 30-31.

Nielsen, M. (2012). Imitation, pretend play and childhood: Essential elements in the evolution of human culture? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126, 170-181.

Nielsen, M., Cucchiaro, J., & Mohamedally. (2012). When the transmission of culture is child’s play. PLoS ONE, 7, e34066

Fletcher, R., & Nielsen, M. (2012). Product-based television and young children’s pretend play in Australia. Journal of Children and Media, 6, 5-17.

Nielsen, M., & Blank, C. (2011). Imitation in young children: When who gets copied is more important than what gets copied. Developmental Psychology,47, 1050-1053

Suddendorf, T., Nielsen, M., & van Gehlen, R. (2011). Children’s capacity to remember a novel problem and to secure its future solution. Developmental Science,14, 26-33

Nielsen, M. & Widjojo, E. (2011). Failure to find over-imitation in captive orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus): Implications for our understanding of cross-generation information transfer. In J Håkansson (Ed.), Developmental Psychology (pp.153-167). New York NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Nielsen, M., & Tomaselli, K. (2010). Over-imitation in Kalahari Bushman children and the origins of human cultural cognition. Psychological Science,21, 729-736

Nielsen, M., & Hudry, K. (2010). Over-imitation in children with Autism and Down syndrome. Australian Journal of Psychology,62, 67-74.

Nielsen, M. (2009). The imitative behaviour of children and chimpanzees: A window on the transmission of cultural traditions.Revue de primatologie[on line], 1, document 5. URL : http://primatologie.revues.org/254

Nielsen, M. (2009). 12-month-olds produce others’ intended but unfulfilled acts. Infancy,14, 377-389.

Carpenter, M. & Nielsen, M. (2008). Tools, TV and trust: Introduction to the special issue on imitation in typically developing children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology,101, 225-227.

Nielsen, M., & Carpenter, M. (2008). Reflecting on imitation in autism. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology,101, 165-169.

Nielsen, M., Simcock, G., & Jenkins, L. (2008). The effect of social engagement on 24-month-olds’ imitation from live and televised models. Developmental Science,11, 722-731.

Nielsen, M., & Christie, T. (2008). Adult modelling facilitates young children’s generation of novel pretend acts. Infant and Child Development,17, 151-162.

Nielsen, M. (2008). The social motivation for social learning. Behavioral and Brain Sciences,31, 33.

Slaughter, V., Nielsen, M., & Enchelmaier, P. (2008). Interacting socially with human hands at 24 months of age. Infancy,13, 185-195.

Suddendorf, T., Simcock, G., & Nielsen, M. (2007). Visual self-recognition in mirrors and live videos: Evidence for a developmental asynchrony. Cognitive Development,22, 185-196.

Nielsen M., & Slaughter, V. (2007). Multiple motivations for imitation in infancy. In K. Dautenhahn & C. L. Nehaniv (Eds.), Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions (pp. 343-360). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nielsen, M. (2006). Copying actions and copying outcomes: Social learning through the second year. Developmental Psychology,42, 555-565.

Nielsen, M., Suddendorf, T., & Slaughter, V. (2006). Mirror self-recognition beyond the face. Child Development,77, 176-185

Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J. M., Nielsen, M., & Suddendorf, T. (2006). Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) understand single invisible displacement? Animal Cognition,9, 55-61.

Randell, A., & Nielsen, M. (2006). Children’s communication of pretend acts using social cues. In M. A. Vanchevsky (Ed.), Frontiers in Cognitive Psychology (pp. 127-143). New York NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Nielsen, M., Suddendorf, T., & Dissanayake, C. (2006). Imitation and self-recognition in autism: In search of an explanation. In S. J. Rogers & J. H. G. Williams (Eds.),Imitation and the social mind: Autism and typical development (pp. 138-156). New York NY: Guilford Press.

Nielsen, M., Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J. M., & Suddendorf, T. (2005) Imitation recognition in a captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Animal Cognition,8, 31-36.

Nielsen, M., & Dissanayake, C. (2004). Imitation, pretend play and mirror self-recognition: A longitudinal investigation through the second year. Infant Behavior and Development, 27, 342-365.

Nielsen, M., & Dissanayake, C. (2003). A longitudinal study of immediate, deferred, and synchronic imitation through the second year. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour,1, 305-318.

Nielsen, M., Dissanayake, C. A. &  Kashima, Y. (2003). A longitudinal investigation of self-other discrimination and the emergence of mirror self-recognition. Infant Behavior and Development,26, 213-226.

Nielsen, M., & Dissanayake, C. A. (2003). Synchronic imitation as pre-linguistic social interaction. In K. Dautenhan and C. L. Nehaniv (Eds.) Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts (pp. 131-137). Wales, UK: The Society of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour.

Nielsen, M., & Dissanayake, C. (2001). A study of pretend play and false belief in pre-school children: Is all pretence metarepresentational? In S. Reifel (Ed.) Theory in context and out (pp. 199-215). Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Nielsen, M., & Dissanayake, C. (2000). An investigation of pretend play, mental state terms, and false belief understanding: In search of a metarepresentational link. British Journal of Developmental Psychology,18, 609-624.

Nielsen, M., & Day, R. H. (1999). William James and the evolution of consciousness. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 19, 90-113

Dr. Ceri Shipton:

In press.  Shipton, C., Clarkson, C., Pal, J.N., Jones, S.C., Roberts, R.G., Harris, C., Gupta, M.C., Ditchfield, P.W. & Petraglia, M.D. Generativity, hierarchical action and recursion in the Acheulean to Middle Palaeolithic transition: a perspective from the Son Valley, India.  Journal of Human Evolution.

In press.  Shipton, C. & Petraglia, M. Lower Palaeolithic of the Middle East, Central Asia and the Indian Subcontinent: Geography and Culture.  In: Smith, C. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology.  New York: Springer.

2013.  Shipton, C.  A million years of hominin sociality and cognition: Acheulean bifaces in the Hunsgi-Baichbal Valley, India.  Oxford: Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports).

2011.  Shipton, C. Taphonomy and behaviour at the Acheulean site of Kariandusi. African Archaeological Review 28: 141-155

2010     Shipton, C. Imitation and shared intentionality in the Acheulean. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 20: 197-210

2009     Shipton, C., Petraglia, M. & Paddayya, K. Stone tool experiments and reduction methods at the Acheulean site of Isampur Quarry, India.  Antiquity 83: 769-785

2009    Shipton, C., Petraglia, M. & Paddayya, K. Inferring aspects of Acheulean Sociality and Cognition from Lithic Technology.  In: Adams, B. & Blades, B.S. (eds.) Lithic Materials and Palaeolithic Societies, pp. 219-231. Chichester:
Wiley-Blackwell.

2009    Shipton, C., Petraglia, M. & Paddayya, K. Acheulean biface refinement in the Hunsgi-Baichbal Valley, Karnataka, India.  In: Muscio, H.J. & Lopez, G.E.J. (eds.) Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Evolutionary Archaeology: Towards a Unified Darwinian Paradigm, pp. 95-102.  Oxford: Archaeopress.

2005    Petraglia, M.D., Shipton, C. & Paddayya, K. Life and mind in the Acheulean: a case study from India.  In: Gamble, C. & Porr, M. (eds.) The Hominid Individual in Context: Archaeological investigations of Lower and Middle Palaeolithic landscapes, locales and artefacts, pp. 197-219. London: Routledge.

Professor Thomas Suddendorf:

Suddendorf, T. & Butler, D. (2013). The Nature of Visual Self-recognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Suddendorf, T. (in press). Mental time travel: Continuities and Discontinuities. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Mulcahy, N., Schubiger, M.N., & Suddendorf, T. (in press). Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus and Pongo abelii) understand connectivity in the skewered grape tool task. Journal of Comparative Psychology

Suddendorf, T., & Dong, A. (in press). The evolution of imagination and design. In M. Taylor (Ed.), Oxford Handbook on the development of imagination. Oxford University Press

Suddendorf, T.,  Oostenbroek, J., Nielsen, M., & Slaugther, V.P. (2013). Is newborn imitation developmentally homologue to later social-cognitive developments? Developmental Psychobiology, 55, 52-58.

Hill, A., Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2012). Inferential reasoning by exclusion in children (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126, 243-254.

Suddendorf, T., Borrello, M.E., Allen, C., & Radick, G. (2012). If I could talk to the animals. Metascience, 21, 253-267.

Butler, D.L., Mattingley, J.B., Cunnington, R., & Suddendorf, T. (2012). Mirror, mirror on the wall, how does my brain recognize my image at all? PLoS One, 7, 1-7.

Suddendorf, T. & Moore, C. (2011). Introduction to special issue: the development of episodic foresight.Cognitive Development, 26, 295-298.

Suddendorf, T., Addis, D.R., & Corballis, M.C. (2011) Mental Time Travel and the Shaping of the Human Mind. In M. Bar (Ed.) The prospective brain. Oxford University Press

Suddendorf, T. (2011). Evolution, lies and foresight biases. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 38-39.

Hill, A., Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2011). Inferential Reasoning By Exclusion in Great Apes, Lesser Apes, and Spider Monkeys. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125, 91-103.

Mulcahy, N., & Suddendorf, T. (2011). An obedient orangutan (Pongo abelii) performs perfectly in peripheral object-choice tasks but fails the standard centrally presented versions. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125, 112-115.

Busby Grant, J., & Suddendorf, T. (2011). Production of temporal terms by 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 26, 87-95.

Suddendorf, T. (2011). Mirror self-recognition on Earth. In Penrose, R., Hameroff, S., &. Kak, S. (Eds.). Consciousness and the universe (pp. 782-787). Cambridge, MA.: Cosmology Science Publishers.

Suddendorf, T., Nielsen, M., & van Gehlen, R. (2011). Children’s capacity to remember a novel problem and to secure its future solution. Developmental Science, 14, 26-33.

Suddendorf, T. & Corballis, M.C. (2010). Behavioural evidence for mental time travel in nonhuman animals. Behavioural Brain Research, 215, 292-298.

Busby-Grant J., & Suddendorf, T. (2010). Young children’s ability to distinguish past and future changes in physical and mental states. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28, 853-870.

Suddendorf, T. (2010) Linking yesterday and tomorrow: Preschooler’s ability to report temporally displaced events. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28, 491-498.

Suddendorf, T. (2010). Episodic memory versus episodic foresight: Similarities and differences. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Cognitive Science, 1, 99-107.

Corballis M.C. & Suddendorf, T. (2010). The evolution of concepts: a timely look. In Marshal, D., Quinn, P.C., & Lea, S. (Eds). The making of human concepts (pp. 365-386)Oxford University Press.

Suddendorf, T., Addis, D.R., & Corballis, M.C. (2009). Mental time travel and the shaping of the human mind. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 364, 1317-1324.

Suddendorf, T. & Collier-Baker, E. (2009). The evolution of primate visual self-recognition: Evidence of absence in lesser apes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276, 1671-1677

Suddendorf, T., Corballis, M.C., & Collier-Baker, E. (2009). How great is great ape foresight? Animal Cognition,12, 751-754.

Busby Grant, J., & Suddendorf, T. (2009). Preschoolers begin to differentiate the times of events from throughout the lifespan. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 6, 746-762.

Suddendorf T., & Corballis, M.C. (2008). New evidence for animal foresight? Animal Behaviour, 75, e1-e3.

Suddendorf. T. (2008). Explaining human cognitive autapomorphies. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31, 147-148.

Suddendorf, T., & Corballis, M.C. (2008). Episodic memory and mental time travel. In Dere, E., Huston, J.P., & Easton, A. (Eds.), Handbook of Episodic Memory Research, Vol 18. (pp. 31- 42). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Suddendorf, T. & Corballis, M.C. (2007a).  The evolution of foresight: What is mental time travel and is it unique to humans? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 299-313.

Suddendorf, T. & Corballis, M.C. (2007b). Mental time travel across the disciplines: The future looks bright. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 335-351.

Whiten, A. & Suddendorf, T. (2007). Great ape cognition and the evolutionary roots of human imagination. In I. Roth (Ed.). Imaginative Minds (pp 31-60). London: Oxford University Press.

Suddendorf, T., Simcock, G., & Nielsen, M. (2007). Visual self-recognition in mirrors and live videos: evidence for a developmental asynchrony. Cognitive Development, 22, 185-196.

Slaughter, V.P., & Suddendorf, T. (2007). Participant loss in infant visual paradigms: A review of the last 20 years. Infant Behavior and Development, 30, 505-514.

Suddendorf, T. (2006). Foresight and evolution of the human mind. Science, 312, 1006-1007.

Collier-Baker, E., & Suddendorf, T. (2006). Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and two-year-old children (Homo sapiens) understand double invisible displacement? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 120, 89-97.

Suddendorf, T. (2006). Primates and evolution of the human mind. Dialogue, 25, 3, 50-58.

Nielsen, M., Slaughter, V., & Suddendorf, T. (2006). Self-recognition beyond the face. Child Development, 77, 176-185.

Nielsen, M., Suddendorf, T., & Dissanayake, C. (2006). Imitation and self-recognition in autism. In Rogers, S., & Williams, J.W. (Eds.). Imitation and the development of the social mind (pp. 138-156. New York: Guilford Press.

Suddendorf, T. & Busby, J. (2005). Making decisions with the future in mind: Developmental and comparative identification of mental time travel. Learning & Motivation, (Special Issue: Cognitive time travel in people and animals), 36,110-125.

Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J.M., Nielsen, M., & Suddendorf, T. (2005). Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) understand single invisible displacement? Animal Cognition, 9(1), 55-61.

Busby, J. & Suddendorf, T. (2005). Recalling yesterday and predicting tomorrow. Cognitive Development, 20, 362-372.

Nielsen, M., Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J., & Suddendorf, T. (2005). Imitation recognition in a captive chimpanzee (Pan Troglodytes). Animal Cognition, 8, 31-36.

Suddendorf, T. (2004). How primatology can inform us about the evolution of the human mind. Australian Psychologist, 39, 180-187.

Collier-Baker, E., Davis, J., & Suddendorf, T. (2004). Do dogs (Canis familiaris) understand invisible displacement? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 118, 421-433.

Williams, J., Massaro, D., Peel, N., Bosseler, A., & Suddendorf, T. (2004). Visual-Auditory integration during speech imitation in autism. Research in Developmental Disability, 25, 559-575.

Suddendorf, T. (2003). Early representational insight: 24-month-olds can use a photo to find an object in the world. Child Development, 74, 896-904.

Suddendorf, T. & Busby, J. (2003). Mental time travel in animals? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 391-396.

Suddendorf, T., & A. Whiten (2003). Reinterpreting the Mentality of Apes. In J. Fitness and K. Sterelny (Eds.). From mating to mentality: Evaluating evolutionary psychology (pp. 173-196). New York, Psychology Press.

Suddendorf, T. & Busby, J. (2003). Like it or not. The mental time travel debate. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 437-438.

Suddendorf, T. (2002). A brief history of monkey business. Biology & Philosophy, 15, 703-713.

Suddendorf, T., & Whiten, A. (2001). Mental evolution and development: evidence for secondary representation in children, great apes and other animals. Psychological Bulletin, 629-650.

Williams, J.H.G., Whiten, A., Suddendorf, T., & Perrett D.I. (2001). Imitation, mirror neurons and autism. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Review, 25, 287-295.

Whiten, A., & Suddendorf, A. (2001). Meta-representation and secondary representation. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 378.

Lobb, B., Harre, N., & Suddendorf, T. (2001). An evaluation of a suburban railway pedestrian crossing safety programme. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 33, 157-165.

Suddendorf, T. (2001). A developmental link between the production of gestural representations and the understanding of mental representations. In S. Reifel (Ed.) Theory in context and out. Play & Culture Studies, Vol. 3 (pp. 217-231). Westport, Connecticut: Ablex.

Suddendorf, T. (2000). Discussion of natural selection, mental modules and intelligence. In Sir M. Rutter, The nature of intelligence (pp. 105-113). London: Wiley.

Suddendorf, T. (2000). Reconstructing the evolution of language: different prospects for ‘early bloomer’ and ‘late bloomer’ theories. Psycoloquy. http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/cgi/psyc/newpsy?10.080

Suddendorf, T. (1999). Children’s understanding of the relation between delayed video representation and current reality: A test for self-awareness? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 72, 152-176.

Suddendorf, T. (1999). The rise of the metamind. In M.C. Corballis and S. Lea (Eds.), The descent of mind: Psychological perspectives on hominid evolution (pp. 218-260). London: Oxford University Press.

Suddendorf, T., & Fletcher-Flinn, C.M. (1999). Children’s divergent thinking improves when they understand false beliefs. Creativity Research Journal, Special Issue: Longitudinal Studies of Creativity, 12, 115-128.

Suddendorf, T., Fletcher-Flinn, C.M., & Johnston, L. (1999). Pantomime and Theory of mind. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 160, 31-45.

Suddendorf, T. (1998). Simpler for evolution: Secondary representation in apes, children, and ancestors. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21, 131.

Fletcher-Flinn, C.M., & Suddendorf, T. (1998). Computer attitudes, gender, and exploratory behaviour in preschoolers. SET, 1, 8.

Suddendorf, T., & Fletcher-Flinn, C.M. (1997). Theory of mind and the origins of divergent thinking. Journal of Creative Behavior, 31, 59-69.

Suddendorf, T., & Corballis, M.C. (1997). Mental time travel and the evolution of the human mind. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 123, 133-167.

Dr Brendan Zietsch:

Keller, M. C., Garver-Apgar, C. E., Wright, M. J., Martin, N. G.,  Corley, R. P., Stallings, M. C., Hewitt, J. K., & Zietsch, B. P.  (in press) The genetic correlation between height and IQ: Shared genes or assortative mating? PLoS Genetics. (IF: 8.7)
Lee, A. J., Dubbs, S. L., Kelly, A. J., von Hippel, W., Brooks, R. C. & Zietsch, B. P. (2012). Human facial attributes, but not perceived intelligence, are used as cues of health and resource provision potential. Behavioral Ecology. (IF: 3.1) PDF
Verweij, K. J. H.†, Burri, A. V. & Zietsch, B. P.† (2012). Evidence for genetic variation in human mate preferences for sexually dimorphic physical traits. PLoS One, 7:e49294. (IF: 4.1) PDF
†Authors contributed equally
Zietsch, B. P. & Santtila, P. (2012). Confusion in the science of evolution and orgasm: A reply to Wallen, Myers, and Lloyd. Animal Behaviour, e5-e7. (IF: 3.5) PDF
Verweij, K. J. H.†, Yang, J., Lahti, J., Veijola, J., Hintsanen, M., Pulkki-Raback, L., Heinonen, K., Pouta, A., Pesonen, A. K., Widen, E., Taanila, A., Isohanni, M., Miettunen, J., Palotie, A., Penke, L., Service, S. K., Heath, A. C., Montgomery, G. W., Raitakari, O. T., Kahonen, M., Viikari, J., Raikkonen, K., Eriksson, J. G., Keltikangas-Jarvinen, L., Lehtimaki, T., Martin, N. G., Jarvelin, M-R, Visscher, P. M., Keller, M. C., Zietsch, B. P.† (2012). Maintenance of genetic variation in human personality: Testing evolutionary models by estimating heritability due to common causal variants and investigating the effect of distant inbreeding. Evolution, 66, 3238-51. (IF: 5.1) PDF
†Authors contributed equally
Zietsch, B. P., Verweij, K. J. H., & Burri, A. (2012). Heritability of preferences for multiple cues of mate quality in humans. Evolution, 66, 1762-72. (IF: 5.1) PDF
Zietsch, B. P. & Santtila, P. (2011). Genetic analysis of orgasmic function in twins and siblings does not support the byproduct theory of female orgasm. Animal Behaviour, 82, 1097-1101. (IF: 3.5) PDF
Zietsch, B. P.†, Verweij, K. J. H.†, Heath, A. C., Madden, P. A., Martin, N. G., Nelson, E. C., & Lynskey, M. T. (2012). Do shared etiological factors contribute to the relationship between sexual orientation and depression? Psychological Medicine, 42, 521-533. (IF: 6.2) PDF
† Authors contributed equally
Zietsch, B. P. (2011). Explanations for elevated psychiatric vulnerability in nonheterosexuals: Environmental stressors, genetics, and the HPA and HPG axes. In Psychiatric Disorders – Worldwide Advances, ed. T. Uehara. InTech, Rijeka, 277-300. PDF
Lee, A. J. & Zietsch, B. P. (2011). Experimental evidence that women’s mate preferences are directly influenced by cues of pathogen prevalence and resource scarcity. Biology Letters, 892-895. (IF: 3.7) PDF
Zietsch, B. P., Miller, G. F., Bailey, J. M., & Martin, N. G. (2011). Female orgasm rates are largely independent of other traits: Implications for “female orgasmic disorder” and evolutionary theories of orgasm. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 8, 2305-2316. (IF: 3.6) PDF
Zietsch, B. P.†, Verweij, K. J. H.†, Heath, A. C. & Martin, N. G. (2011). Variation in human mate choice: simultaneously investigating heritability, parental influence, sexual imprinting, and assortative mating. American Naturalist, 177, 605-616. (IF: 4.7) PDF

† Authors contributed equally

Verweij, K. J. H., Zietsch, B. P., Liu, J. Z., Medland, S. E., Lynskey, M. T., Madden, P. A. F., Agrawal, A., Montgomery, G. W., Heath, A. C., & Martin, N. G. (2011). No replication of candidate genes for cannabis use using a large sample of Australian twin families. Addiction Biology. (IF: 4.8) PDF

Powell, J. E.† & Zietsch, B. P.† (2011). Predicting sensation seeking from dopamine genes: Use and misuse of genetic prediction. Psychological Science, 22, 413-415. (IF: 4.4) PDF

† Authors contributed equally

Verweij, K.J.H., Mosing, M.A., Zietsch, B.P., & Medland, S.E. (in press). Estimating heritability from twin studies. In: Statistical Human Genetics (ed. R. Elston). Humana Press, USA.
Verweij, K.J.H., Zietsch, B.P., Medland, S.E., Benyamin, B., Nyholt, D.R., Gordon, S.D., McEvoy, B.P., Martin, N.G., Montgomery, G.W., & Wray, N.R. (2010). A genome-wide association study of Cloninger’s Temperament scales: Implications for the evolutionary genetics of personality. Biological Psychology, 85, 306-317. (IF 3.2) PDF
Verweij, K.  J.  H., Zietsch, B. P., Lynskey, M. T., Medland, S. E., Neale, M. C., Martin, N. G., Boomsma, D. I., and Vink, J. M. (2010). Genetic and environmental influences on cannabis use initiation and problematic use: a meta-analysis of twin studies. Addiction, 105, 417-430.  (IF 4.3) PDF
Zietsch, B. P., Verweij, K. J. H., Bailey, J. M., Wright, M. J., and Martin, N. G. (2010). Genetic and environmental influences on risky sexual behaviour and its relationship with personality. Behavior Genetics, 40, 12-21. (IF: 2.5) PDF
Zietsch, B. P., Verweij, K. J. H., Bailey, J. M., Wright, M. J., and Martin, N. G. (2011). Sexual orientation and psychiatric vulnerability: a twin study of Neuroticism and Psychoticism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40, 133-142. (IF: 3.5) PDF
Mosing, M. A., Zietsch, B. P., Shekar S. N., Wright, M. J., and Martin, N. G. (2009). Genetic and environmental influences on optimism and its relationship to mental and self-rated health: a study of aging twins. Behavior Genetics, 39, 597-604. (IF: 2.5) PDF
Verweij, K. J. H.†, Zietsch, B. P.†, Bailey, J. M., and Martin, N. G. (2009). Shared etiology of risky sexual behaviour and adolescent misconduct: genetic and environmental influences. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 8, 107-113. (IF: 3.5) PDF
† Authors contributed equally
 
Zietsch, B. P., Morley, K. I., Shekar, S. N., Verweij, K. J. H., Keller, M. C., Macgregor, S., Wright, M. J., Bailey, J. M., and Martin, N. G. (2008). Genetic factors predisposing to homosexuality may increase mating success in heterosexuals. Evolution and Human Behaviour, 29, 424-433. (IF: 3.1) PDF
Verweij, K. J. H., Shekar, S. N., Zietsch, B. P., Eaves, L. J., Bailey, J. M., Boomsma, D. I., and Martin, N.G. (2008). Genetic and environmental influences on individual differences in attitudes toward homosexuality: an Australian twin study. Behavior Genetics, 38 (3), 257-265. (IF: 2.5) PDF
Zietsch, B. P., Hansen, J. L., Hansell, N. K., Geffen, G. M., Martin, N. G., and Wright, M. J. (2007). Common and specific genetic influences on EEG power bands delta, theta, alpha, and beta. Biological Psychology, 75, 154-164. (IF: 3.2) PDF
Elston, G. N., Benavides-Piccione, R., Elston, A., Zietsch, B., DeFelipe J., Manger, P. R., Casagrande, V., and Kaas, J. H. (2006). Specializations of the granular prefrontal cortex of primates: implications for cognitive processing. Anatomical Record, 288 (1), 26-35. (IF: 1.4) PDF
Elston, G. N., and Zietsch, B. (2006). Fractal analyses; a study of circuit specialization in the cerebral cortex of primates. Advances in Complex Systems, 8, 217-227. (IF: 0.7)
Zietsch, B., and Elston G. N. (2005). Fractal analysis of pyramidal cells in the visual cortex of the galago (Otolemur garnetti): regional variation in dendritic branching patterns between visual areas. Fractals, 13, 83-90. (IF: 0.4)
Jelinek, H. F., Elston, G. N., & Zietsch, B. (2005). Fractal analysis: Pitfalls and revelations in neuroscience. In Fractals in Biology and Medicine, eds. G. A. Losa, D. Merlini & T. F. Nonnenmacher. Birkhauser Basel, 85-94.
Professor Bill von Hippel:

Laham, S. M., Gonsalkorale, K., & von Hippel, W. (2005). Darwinian grandparenting: Preferential investment in more certain kin. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 63-72. (View)

von Hippel, W., & Dunlop, S. M. (2005). Aging, inhibition, and social inappropriateness. Psychology and Aging, 20, 519-523. (View)

von Hippel, W., & Gonsalkorale, K. (2005). “That is bloody revolting!” Inhibitory control of thoughts better left unsaid. Psychological Science, 16, 497-500. (View).

von Hippel, W., Lakin, J. L., & Shakarchi, R. J. (2005). Individual differences in motivated social cognition: The case of self-serving information processing. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 1347-1357. (View).

von Hippel, W., von Hippel, C., Conway, L., Preacher, K. J., Schooler, J. W., & Radvansky, G. A. (2005). Coping with stereotype threat: Denial as an impression management strategy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 89, 22-35. (View).

von Hippel, W., von Hippel, F. A., Chan, N., & Cheng, C. (2005). Exploring the use of Viagra in place of animal and plant potency products in traditional Chinese medicine. Environmental Conservation, 32, 235-238. (View).

Robinson, M. D., & von Hippel, W. (2006). Rose-colored priming effects: Life satisfaction and affective priming. Journal of Positive Psychology, 1, 187-197. (View).

Brener, L., von Hippel, W., & Kippax, S. (2007). Health care workers and discrimination towards injecting drug users with hepatitis C: Does greater contact lead to less prejudice? International Journal of Drug Policy, 18, 381-387. (View).

Forgas, J. P., Haselton, M., & von Hippel, W. (Eds.), (2007). The evolution of the social mind: Evolutionary psychology and social cognition. New York: Psychology Press.

von Hippel, W. (2007). Aging, executive functioning, and social control. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16, 240-244. (View).

von Hippel, W., Brener, L., & von Hippel, C. (2008). Implicit prejudice toward injecting drug users predicts intentions to change jobs among drug and alcohol nurses. Psychological Science, 19, 7-11. (View).

von Hippel, W., Henry, J. D., & Matovic, D. (2008). Aging and social satisfaction: Offsetting positive and negative effects. Psychology and Aging, 23, 435-439. (View).

von Hippel, W., Vasey, M. W., Gonda, T., & Stern, T. (2008). Executive function deficits, rumination and late-onset depressive symptoms in older adults. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 32, 474-487. (View).

Donohoe, M. L., von Hippel, W., & Brooks, R. C. (2009). Beyond waist-hip ratio: Experimental multivariate evidence that average female torsos are most attractive. Behavioral Ecology, 20, 716-721.

Gonsalkorale, K., von Hippel, W., Sherman, J. W., & Klauer, K. C. (2009). Bias and regulation of bias in intergroup interactions: Implicit attitudes toward Muslims and interaction quality. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 161-166. (View).

Henry, J. D., von Hippel, W., & Baynes, K. (2009). Social inappropriateness, executive control, and aging. Psychology and Aging, 24, 239-244. (View).

Logel, C., Walton, G. M., Spencer, S., Iserman, E., von Hippel, W., & Bell, A.  (2009). Interacting with sexist men triggers social identity threat among female engineers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96, 1089-1103. (View).

Radvansky, G. A., Lynchard, N., A., & von Hippel, W. (2009). Aging and stereotype suppression. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 16, 22-32.

Stewart, B. D., von Hippel, W., & Radvansky, G. A. (2009). Age, race, and implicit prejudice: Using process dissociation to separate the underlying components. Psychological Science, 20, 164-168. (View).

von Hippel, W., Ng, L., Abbott, L., Caldwell, S., Gill, G., & Powell, K. (2009). Executive functioning and gambling: Performance on the Trail Making Test is associated with gambling problems in older adult gamblers. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 16, 654-670. (View)

Brener, L., von Hippel, W., Kippax, S., & Preacher, K. J. (2010). The role of physician and nurse attitudes in the health care of injecting drug users. Substance Use and Misuse, 45, 1007-1018.

Brener, L., von Hippel, W., von Hippel, C., Resnick, I., & Treloar, C. (2010). Perceptions of discriminatory treatment by staff as predictors of drug treatment completion. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29, 491-497.

Denson, T. F., von Hippel, W., Kemp, R. I., & Teo, L. S. (2010). Glucose consumption decreases impulsive aggression in response to provocation in aggressive individuals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 1023-1028.

Radvansky, G. A., Copeland, D. E., & von Hippel, W. (2010). Stereotype activation, inhibition, and aging. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 51-60.

Ronay, R. & von Hippel, W. (2010). Power, testosterone, and risk-taking. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 23, 473-482. (View).

Ronay, R. & von Hippel, W. (2010). The presence of an attractive woman elevates testosterone and physical risk-taking in young men. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1, 57-64. (View)

Unkelbach, C., von Hippel, W., Forgas, J. P., Robinson, M. D., Shakarchi, R. J., & Hawkins, C. (2010). Good things come easy: Subjective exposure frequency and the faster processing of positive information. Social Cognition, 28, 539-556.

von Hippel, W. (2010). Performance sapped by stereotypes. Book Review of C. M. Steele, Whistling Vivaldi: And other clues to how stereotypes affect us. Science, 329, 1469-1470.

von Hippel, W., & Henry, J. D. (2011). Aging and self-regulation. In K. D. Vohs & R. F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Regulation: Research, Theory, and Applications (2nd Ed). NY: Guilford.

von Hippel, W. & Trivers, R. (2011). The evolution and psychology of self-deception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 1-56. (View)

Brener, L., von Hippel, W., & von Hippel, C. (in press). Exploring the relationship between implicit self-representation and drug use. Addiction Research and Theory.

Denson, T. F., Jacobson, M., von Hippel, W., Kemp, R. I., & Mak, T. (in press). Caffeine expectancies but not caffeine reduce depletion-induced aggression. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.

Denson, T.F., Ronay, R., von Hippel, W., & Schira, M.M. (in press). Endogenous testosterone and cortisol modulate neural responses during induced anger control. Social Neuroscience.

von Hippel, W., & Henry, J. D. (in press). Social cognitive aging. To appear in S. Fiske & C. N. Macrae (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Social Cognition. London: Sage.

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