Daniel Conroy-Beam
Daniel Conroy-Beam
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Human emotions: An evolutionary psychological perspective
L Al-Shawaf, D Conroy-Beam, K Asao, DM Buss
Emotion Review 8 (2), 173-186, 2016
1272016
Evolutionary psychology: A how-to guide.
DMG Lewis, L Al-Shawaf, D Conroy-Beam, K Asao, DM Buss
American Psychologist 72 (4), 353, 2017
972017
How sexually dimorphic are human mate preferences?
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss, MN Pham, TK Shackelford
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (8), 1082-1093, 2015
972015
The mate switching hypothesis
DM Buss, C Goetz, JD Duntley, K Asao, D Conroy-Beam
Personality and Individual Differences 104, 143-149, 2017
902017
What predicts romantic relationship satisfaction and mate retention intensity: mate preference fulfillment or mate value discrepancies?
D Conroy-Beam, CD Goetz, DM Buss
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (6), 440-448, 2016
612016
Friends with benefits: The evolved psychology of same-and opposite-sex friendship
DMG Lewis, D Conroy-Beam, L Al-Shawaf, A Raja, T DeKay, DM Buss
Evolutionary Psychology 9 (4), 147470491100900407, 2011
612011
Mate preferences in Brazil: Evolved desires and cultural evolution over three decades
AL Souza, D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Personality and Individual Differences 95, 45-49, 2016
522016
Why do humans form long-term mateships? An evolutionary game-theoretic model
D Conroy-Beam, CD Goetz, DM Buss
Advances in experimental social psychology 51, 1-39, 2015
432015
Do mate preferences influence actual mating decisions? Evidence from computer simulations and three studies of mated couples.
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (1), 53, 2016
412016
How are mate preferences linked with actual mate selection? Tests of mate preference integration algorithms using computer simulations and actual mating couples
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
PloS one 11 (6), e0156078, 2016
312016
Friends with benefits II: Mating activation in opposite-sex friendships as a function of sociosexual orientation and relationship status
DMG Lewis, L Al-Shawaf, D Conroy-Beam, K Asao, DM Buss
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (5), 622-628, 2012
282012
Sex differences in mate preferences across 45 countries: A large-scale replication
KV Walter, D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss, K Asao, A Sorokowska, ...
Psychological Science 31 (4), 408-423, 2020
232020
Euclidean distances discriminatively predict short-term and long-term attraction to potential mates
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (4), 442-450, 2017
192017
Why is age so important in human mating? Evolved age preferences and their influences on multiple mating behaviors.
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 13 (2), 127, 2019
182019
Euclidean mate value and power of choice on the mating market
D Conroy-Beam
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (2), 252-264, 2018
162018
Contrasting computational models of mate preference integration across 45 countries
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss, K Asao, A Sorokowska, P Sorokowski, T Aavik, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
102019
Mate preferences
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Encyclopedia of evolutionary psychological science, 1-11, 2016
102016
Assortative mating and the evolution of desirability covariation
D Conroy-Beam, JR Roney, AW Lukaszewski, DM Buss, K Asao, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 40 (5), 479-491, 2019
92019
The critical consequences of chronological age in human mating: Evolved desires and their influence on actual mating behavior
D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 2018
72018
You’re only Jung once: Building generalized motivational systems theories using contemporary research on language
RL Boyd, P Pasca, D Conroy-Beam
Psychological Inquiry 30 (2), 93-98, 2019
52019
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