|2006||Ph.D., Evolutionary Psychology, University of New Mexico|
|2002||M.S., Psychology, University of New Mexico|
|1999||B.A., Psychology, University of Texas at Austin|
Journal articles written or co-written by Dr. Glenn Scheyd
Sympathy for the Devil? Rape, Murder, and Evolutionary Psychology CAHSS Intellectual Conversations (2014)
The field of evolutionary psychology has engendered no small amount of controversy by investigating the adaptations underlying some of humans’ most objectionable behaviors: racial discrimination, psychopathic deception, infanticide, murder, warfare, and rape. This talk will ...
The evolution of human physicalattractiveness Annual Review of Anthropology (2005)
Everywhere the issue has been examined, people make discriminations about others’ physical attractiveness. Can human standards of physical attractiveness be understood through the lens of evolutionary biology? In the past decade, this question has guided ...
Major histocompatibility complex genes, symmetry, and body scent attractiveness in men and women Behavioral Ecology (2003)
Previous research indicates that the scent of developmental stability (low fluctuating asymmetry, FA) is attractive to women who are fertile (at high-conception risk points in their menstrual cycles), but not to other women or men. ...
The Long Reach of Famine: Sex Ratios, Mating Dynamics, and Sex-Biased Parental Investment CAHSS Intellectual Conversations
Famine has been a recurrent problem in human evolutionary history. The onset of famine brings with it a sharp decrease in fertility, while the aftermath reliably includes a period of unusually high fertility. This phenomenon, ...
Conference presentations, proceedings, lectures, and symposia given by Dr. Glenn Scheyd