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55. Cross, C. P., Brown, G. R., Morgan, T. H. and Laland, K. N. 2016. Sex differences in confidence influence patterns of conformity. British Journal of Psychology DOI: 10.1111/bjop.12232

55. Brown, G. R., Martin, S., Taggart, P. and Healy, S. 2016. Sex differences in performance on a cognitive bias task in Norway rats. Behavioural Processes 133: 52-55.

54. Börner, A., Hjemdahl, R., Götz, T. and Brown, G. R. 2016. Ultrasonic vocalisations by female Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) in response to social partners. Journal of Comparative Psychology 130: 76-80.

53. Street, S., Cross, C. P. and Brown, G. R. 2016. Exaggerated sexual swellings in female non-human primates are reliable signals of female fertility and body condition. Animal Behaviour 112: 203–212.

52. Brown, G. R., Kulbarsh, K. D., Spencer, K. A. and Duval, C. 2015. Peri-pubertal exposure to testicular hormones organizes response to novel environments and social behavior in adult male rats. Hormones & Behavior 73: 135-141.

51. Brown, G. R. and Cross, C. P. In press. Evolutionary approaches to human psychology. In: APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology. Ed. I. Pepperberg. APA Books.

50. Brown, G. R., Cross, C. P and Laland, K. N. In press. Evolutionary approaches to human behaviour. In: The Behaviour of Animals, 2nd Edition. Eds. J. Bolhuis and L.-A. Giraldeau. Blackwell.

49. Brown, G. R. and Cross, C. P. 2016. Cognitive evolution. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology. Ed. H. L. Miller. SAGE Publications, Inc; Thousand Oaks, California; pp. 147-148.

48. Brown, G. R., Cross, C. P., Street, S. E. and Brand, C. O. 2014. Beyond ‘evolutionary versus social’: moving the cycle shift debate forward. Emotion Review 6: 250-251.

47. Gluck, R., Lynn, D. A., Dritschel, B. and Brown, G. R. 2014. Sex differences in interpretation bias in adolescents. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 32: 116-122.

46. Brown, G. R. and Richerson, P. 2014. Applying evolutionary theory to human behaviour: past differences and current debates. Journal of Bioeconomics 16: 105-128.

45. Brown, G. R. 2013. The serious business of play: review of ‘Play, Playfulness, Creativity and Innovation’ by P. Bateson and P. Martin. Science 342: 694.

44. Brown, G. R., Laland, K. N and Borgerhoff Mulder, M. 2013. Erratum to ‘Bateman’s principals and human sex roles’. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28: 622.

43. Cross, C., Cyrenne, D. A. and Brown, G. R. 2013. Sex differences in sensation-seeking: a meta-analysis. Scientific Reports 3 doi:10.1038/srep02486.

42. Brown, G. R. and Spencer, K. A. 2013. Steroid hormones, stress and the adolescent brain: a comparative perspective. Neuroscience 249: 115-128.

41. Brown, G. R. 2013. Why mechanisms shouldn’t be ignored: commentary on ‘Human behavioural ecology: current research and future prospects’. Behavioral Ecology 24: 1041-1042.

40. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2011. Sense and Nonsense: Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behaviour, Second Edition. Oxford University Press.

39. Bolhuis, J. J., Brown, G. R., Richardson, R. C. & Laland, K. N. 2011. Darwin in mind: new opportunities for evolutionary psychology. PLoS Biology 9: e1001109.

38. Brown, G. R., Dickins, T., Sear, R. & Laland, K. N. 2011. Evolutionary accounts of human behavioural diversity: issues and integration. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 366: 313-324.

37. Cyrenne, D. A. and Brown, G. R. 2011. Effects of suppressing gonadal hormones on response to novel objects in adolescent rats. Hormones and Behavior 60: 625-631.

36. Cyrenne, D. M. and Brown, G. R. 2011. Ontogeny of sex differences in response to novel objects from adolescence to adulthood. Developmental Psychobiology 53: 670-676.

35. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2011. The future of evolutionary psychology. In: Evolutionary Psychology: a Critical Introduction. Ed. V. Swami. Wiley-Blackwell.

34. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2011. Niche construction and human behavioural ecology: tools for understanding work. In: Work Meets Life: Exploring the Integrative Study of Work in Living Systems. Eds. Levin, R., Laughlin, S., De La Rocha, C. and Blackwell, A. MIT Press. Pp. 113-131.

33. Lynn, D. A. and Brown, G. R. 2010. The ontogeny of anxiety-like behaviour in rats from adolescence to adulthood. Developmental Psychobiology 52: 731-739.

32. Lynn, D. A. and Brown, G. R. 2009. The ontogeny of exploratory behaviour in male and female adolescent rats (Rattus norvegicus). Developmental Psychobiology 51: 513-520.

31. Brown, G. R., Laland, K. N. & Borgerhoff Mulder, M. 2009. Bateman’s principles and human sex roles. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: 297-304.

30. Brown, G. R. 2009. Caring cooperators: review of ‘Mothers and Others: the Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding’ by Sarah Blaffer Hrdy. Science 324: 1646-1647.

29. Brown, G. R. 2009. Evolutionary perspectives on sexual coercion in human beings and other primates: the future of the rape debate. A review of ‘Sexual Coercion in Primates and Humans: an Evolutionary Perspective on Male Aggression Against Females’, ed. M. N. Muller and R. W. Wrangham. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 7: 347-350.

28. Rapaport, L. M and Brown, G. R. 2008. Social influences on foraging behaviour in young non-human primates: learning what, where, and how to eat. Evolutionary Anthropology 17: 189-201.

27. Hoppitt, W. J. E., Brown G. R., Kendal, R., Rendell, L. E., Thornton, A., Webster, M. M. and Laland, K. N. 2008. Lessons from animal teaching. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 486-493.

26. Silk, J. B. and Brown, G. R. 2008. Local resource competition and local resource enhancement shape primate birth sex ratios. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 275: 1761-1765.

25. Brown, G. R. and Nemes, C. 2008. The exploratory behaviour of rats in the hole-board task: is head-dipping a valid measure of neophilia? Behavioral Processes 78: 442-448.

24. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2008. Commentary on ‘The chimpanzee has no clothes’ by Sayers and Lovejoy. Current Anthropology 49: 101-102.

23. Laland, K. N., Kendal, J. R. and Brown, G. R. 2007. The niche construction perspective: implications for evolution and human behaviour. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 5: 51-66.

22. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2006. Niche construction, human behaviour and the adaptive-lag hypothesis. Evolutionary Anthropology 15: 95-104.

21. Almond, R. E. A., Brown, G. R. and Keverne, E.B. 2006. Suppression of prolactin does not reduce infant care by parentally experienced male common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) Hormones and Behavior 49: 673-680.

20. Brown, G. R. 2006. Sometimes an orgasm is just an orgasm. Review symposium with author’s response on Elisabeth A. Lloyd’s ‘The Case of the Female Orgasm: Bias in the Science of Evolution’. Metascience 15: 405-411.

19. Brown, G. R. 2006. Culture, genes and human evolution: a long-awaited account: review of Peter Richerson and Robert Boyd’s Not By Genes Alone: How Culture Transformed Human Evolution. Ethology 112: 1038-1039.

18. Laland K. N. and Brown G. R. 2006. An introduction to evolutionary models of human social behaviour. In: Social Information Transmission and Human Biology. Eds J.C.K. Wells, S. Strickland and K. Laland. Taylor and Francis. Pp. 19-37.

17. Silk, J. B., Willoughby, E. and Brown, G. R. 2005. Maternal rank and local resource competition do not predict birth sex ratios in wild baboons. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 272: 859-864.

16. Brown, G. R., Almond, R. E. A. and Bates, N. J. 2005. Adult-infant food transfer in common marmosets: an experimental study. American Journal of Primatology 65: 301-312.

15. Brown, G. R. and Fawcett, T. W. 2005. Sexual selection: copycat mating in birds. Current Biology 15: R626-R628.

14. Brown, G. R., Almond, R. E. A. and van Bergen, Y. 2004. Begging, stealing and offering: food transfer in nonhuman primates. Advances in the Study of Behaviour 34: 265-295.

13. Brown, G. R. 2004. Tolerated scrounging in nonhuman primates: commentary on ‘To give and to give not: the behavioral ecology of human food transfers’ by M. Gurven. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27: 562-563.

12. Silk, J. B. and Brown, G. R. 2004. Sex ratios in primate groups. Sexual Selection in Primates: New and Comparative Perspectives. Ed. P. Kappeler. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 253-265.

11. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2003. Commentary on ‘Genes and culture: what creates our behavioral phenome’ by P. Ehrlich and M. Feldman. Current Anthropology 44: 100.

10. Laland, K. N. and Brown, G. R. 2002. Sense and Nonsense: Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behaviour. Oxford University Press.

9. Brown, G. R. and Silk, J. B. 2002. Reconsidering the null hypothesis: Is maternal rank associated with birth sex ratios in primate groups? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99: 11252-11255.

8. Brown, G. R. 2001. Sex-biased investment in non-human primates: can Trivers and Willard’s theory be tested? Animal Behaviour 61: 683-694.

7. Brown, G. R. 2001. Using proximity measures to describe mother-infant relationships. Folia Primatologica 72: 80-84.

6. Brown, G. R. 2000. Can studying non-human primates inform us about human rape? A zoologist’s perspective. Psychology, Evolution and Gender 2: 321-324.

5. Brown, G. R. & Dixson, A. F. 2000. The development of behavioural sex differences in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Primates 41: 65-79.

4. Brown, G. R. and Dixson, A.F. 1999. Investigation of the role of postnatal testosterone in the expression of sex differences in behavior in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Hormones and Behaviour 35: 186-194.

3. Brown, G. R., Nevison, C. M., Fraser, H. M. and Dixson, A. F. 1999. Manipulation of postnatal testosterone affects phallic and clitoral development in infant rhesus monkeys. International Journal of Andrology 22: 119-128.

2. Dixson, A. F., Brown, G. R. & Nevison, C. M. 1998. Developmental significance of the postnatal testosterone ‘surge’ in male primates. In: Males, Females, and Behavior: Towards Biological Understanding. Ed. L. Ellis and L. Ebertz. Praeger. Pp. 129-145.

1. Nevison, C. M., Brown, G. R. & Dixson, A. F. 1997. Effects of altering testosterone in early infancy on social behaviour in captive yearling rhesus macaques. Physiology and Behavior 62: 1397-1403.