Matthew M. Gervais
Matthew M. Gervais
Lecturer in Psychology, Centre for Culture and Evolution, Brunel University London
Verified email at brunel.ac.uk - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The evolution and functions of laughter and humor: A synthetic approach
M Gervais, DS Wilson
The Quarterly review of biology 80 (4), 395-430, 2005
6352005
Convergence of speech rate in conversation predicts cooperation
JH Manson, GA Bryant, MM Gervais, MA Kline
Evolution and Human Behavior 34 (6), 419-426, 2013
1392013
Foundations of the Crazy Bastard Hypothesis: Nonviolent physical risk-taking enhances conceptualized formidability
DMT Fessler, LB Tiokhin, C Holbrook, MM Gervais, JK Snyder
Evolution and human behavior 35 (1), 26-33, 2014
702014
From whence the captains of our lives: Ultimate and phylogenetic perspectives on emotions in humans and other primates
DMT Fessler, M Gervais
Mind the gap, 261-280, 2010
652010
The strategy of psychopathy: primary psychopathic traits predict defection on low-value relationships
MM Gervais, M Kline, M Ludmer, R George, JH Manson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1757), 20122773, 2013
632013
Managing risk through cooperation: Need-based transfers and risk pooling among the societies of the Human Generosity Project
L Cronk, C Berbesque, T Conte, M Gervais, P Iyer, B McCarthy, D Sonkoi, ...
Global perspectives on long term community resource management, 41-75, 2019
542019
On the deep structure of social affect: Attitudes, emotions, sentiments, and the case of" contempt"
MM Gervais, DMT Fessler
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 2017
492017
Moral parochialism and contextual contingency across seven societies
DMT Fessler, HC Barrett, M Kanovsky, S Stich, C Holbrook, J Henrich, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1813), 20150907, 2015
482015
Men’s physical strength moderates conceptualizations of prospective foes in two disparate societies
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook, MM Gervais
Human Nature 25 (3), 393-409, 2014
372014
RICH economic games for networked relationships and communities: development and preliminary validation in Yasawa, Fiji
MM Gervais
Field methods 29 (2), 113-129, 2017
212017
Subclinical primary psychopathy, but not physical formidability or attractiveness, predicts conversational dominance in a zero-acquaintance situation
JH Manson, MM Gervais, DMT Fessler, MA Kline
PloS one 9 (11), e113135, 2014
152014
Community hygiene norm violators are consistently stigmatized: Evidence from four global sites and implications for sanitation interventions
A Brewis, A Wutich, MV du Bray, J Maupin, RC Schuster, MM Gervais
Social Science & Medicine 220, 12-21, 2019
142019
Structures of sentiment: Mapping the affective bases of social relationships in Yasawa, Fiji
MM Gervais
UCLA, 2013
142013
Preferences and constraints: the value of economic games for studying human behaviour
AC Pisor, MM Gervais, BG Purzycki, CT Ross
Royal Society open science 7 (6), 192090, 2020
122020
Defectors cannot be detected during “small talk” with strangers
JH Manson, MM Gervais, MA Kline
PloS one 8 (12), e82531, 2013
122013
A new measure of perceived fitness interdependence: Factor structure and validity
D Sznycer, J Ayers, D Sullivan, DG Beltran, OR van den Akker, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
32020
Irrelevant‐action imitation is short‐term and contextual: Evidence from two under‐studied populations
MA Kline, MM Gervais, C Moya, RT Boyd
Developmental science 23 (3), e12903, 2020
32020
Moral parochialism misunderstood: a reply to Piazza and Sousa
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook, M Kanovsky, H Clark Barrett, AH Bolyanatz, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1823), 20152628, 2016
32016
General trust impedes perception of self-reported primary psychopathy in thin slices of social interaction
JH Manson, MM Gervais, GA Bryant
PloS one 13 (5), e0196729, 2018
22018
Seeing the elephant: Parsimony, functionalism, and the emergent design of contempt and other sentiments.
MM Gervais, DMT Fessler
The Behavioral and brain sciences 40, e252, 2017
22017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20