Newspapers and Magazines

2019

Scientific American, “Taking sex differences in personality seriously”, by Scott Barry Kaufman, 12/12/2019. 

Yale Daily News, “Evolution’s gift: the female orgasm”, by Arielle Biro, 10/09/2019.

New Scientist, “Female orgasm may have evolved from a trigger for ovulation”, by Clare Wilson, 09/30/2019.

Psychology Today, “5 reasons why women and men care about big muscles: New research reveals which muscles women and men consider most attractive”, by Rob Henderson, 07/20/2019.

2018

Newsweek, “The length of your fingers could indicate your sexuality”, by Aristos Georgiou, 10/18/2018.

2017

Inverse Science, “The science of ‘tall, dark, and handsome’ is extremely complicated”, by Sarah Sloat, 11/20/2017. 

Daily Star (UK), “Women prefer sex with this type of man – how do you measure-up?”, by Laura Mitchell, 09/05/2017. 

Sinc (Spain), “The female orgasm claims its place” (translation), by Laura Chaparro, 08/05/2017.

Reader’s digest, “Yes, you probably have body odor—even if you can’t always tell when you smell”, by Lauren Cahn, 07/2017.

MSN lifestyle (Brazil), “Your voice and your scent make you look more beautiful to other people, study says”, by Paulo Nobuo, 6/2017.

ScienceDaily, “There's more to attraction than what meets the eye: Voice and scent play an underappreciated role in understanding attractiveness”, 05/18/2017.

New Paltz Oracle, EvoS seminar has ‘The Talk’”, by Briana Bonfiglio, 04/06/2017.

2016

Playboy - “You can talk about differences between the sexes and not be sexist”, by Debra Soh, 10/05/2016. 

Yale Daily News - “Study finds evolutionary explanation for female orgasm”, by Zainib Hamid, 08/26/2016. 

Science - “New theory suggests female orgasms are an evolutionary leftover”, by Elizabeth Pennisi, 08/02/2016. 

New York Times - “Scientists ponder and evolutionary mystery: The female orgasm”, by Carl Zimmer, 08/01/2016. 

The Guardian - “Mystery of the female orgasm may be solved", by Nicola Davis, 08/01/2016. 

NBC News - “That deep, masculine voice is not for you, ladies”, by Maggie Fox, 05/08/2016. 

Morning Ticker - "Men don't have deep voices to attract women, surprising study says", by Dan Taylor, 05/08/2016.

The News Independent - “Deep-pitched masculine voice not to attract males but to scare off rivals”, by Namrata, 05/08/2016.

U.S. News & World Report - “Does a deep voice draw women?”, by Robert Preidt, 05/06/2016. 

The Philadelphia Inquirer - “In the mating game, science says, a deep voice helps,” by Tom Avril, 05/06/2015. 

Express (UK) - "Survival of the fittest: Men with deep voices are HEALTHIER say experts”, by Olivia Lerche, 05/06/2016. 

Business Standard - “Deep male voices more ‘intimidating’ than ‘sexy’”, 05/06/2016. 

Complex - “Science says men’s deep voices intimidate other men—but don’t attract women”, by Suzannah Weiss, 05/05/2016.

Association for Psychological Science Observer - “Louder than words: Scientists show how our nonverbal expressions speak volumes to others”, by Anna Mikulak, vol.29, no.5 May/June 2016. 

The Science Explorer, “Deep male voices are more scary than sexy”, by Erica Tennenhouse, 04/28/2016. 

Veja (Brazil), “Men have a deep voice to intimidate competitors, not to attract women, says study” (translation), by Marina Rappa, 04/28/2016. 

Phys.Org “Deepness of male voice in primates found to be more likely to intimidate rivals than to attract mates”, by Bob Yirka, 04/27/2016. 

Spiegel Online (Germany) - “How deep male voices impress” (translation), 04/27/2016. 

Daily Mail, “Deep voices evolved to intimidate rivals and NOT to attract women: Booming tones make males appear more dominant”, by Victoria Woollaston, 04/27/2016.

N-TV (Germany), “Attractive or intimidating? Effects of deep male voices” (translation), 04/27/2016. 

Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Switzerland), “Deep and sexy or high and delicate: Voices and their effects” (translation), 04/27/2016.

ABC News (Australia), “Competition between men drove evolution of deep voices, researchers say”, 04/26/2016. 

The Guardian, “Deep male voices evolved to intimidate men, not attract women”, by Nicola Davis, 04/26/2016. 

Onward State, “The birds, the bees, and evolution: behind the scenes of Anthro 216”, by Emily David, 03/02/2016. 

Boston Globe, Uncommon Knowledge, “Too hot to handle”, by Kevin Lewis, 01/31/2016. 

Discover Magazine, “Study finds women try to hide their hot men from other (fertile) women”, but Seriously Science, 01/26/2016. 

Quartz, “A matter of protection: Women instinctively guard their sexual partners from other women who are ovulating”, by Olivia Goldhill, 01/16/2016. 

New York Magazine, “Hey, ovulating women: Stay away from my man”, by Dayna Evan, 01/15/2016. 

SiliconRepublic, “Wives don’t trust ovulating women around their men – report”, by Gordon Hunt, 01/15/2016.