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Matthew M. Gervais
Matthew M. Gervais
Lecturer in Psychology, Centre for Culture and Evolution, Brunel University London
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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
8942005
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
2222013
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
1042014
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
1002019
On the deep structure of social affect: Attitudes, emotions, sentiments, and the case of “contempt”
MM Gervais, DMT Fessler
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, e225, 2017
972017
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
882013
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: Tracing the origins of human universals, 261-280, 2010
752010
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
742020
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
712015
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
472020
RICH economic games for networked relationships and communities: Development and preliminary validation in Yasawa, Fiji
MM Gervais
Field methods 29 (2), 113-129, 2017
472017
Men’s physical strength moderates conceptualizations of prospective foes in two disparate societies
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook, MM Gervais
Human Nature 25, 393-409, 2014
472014
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
352019
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
242014
Body synchrony in triadic interaction
R Dale, GA Bryant, JH Manson, MM Gervais
Royal Society open science 7 (9), 200095, 2020
232020
Defectors cannot be detected during “small talk” with strangers
JH Manson, MM Gervais, MA Kline
PloS one 8 (12), e82531, 2013
162013
Structures of sentiment: Mapping the affective bases of social relationships in Yasawa, Fiji
MM Gervais
University of California, Los Angeles, 2013
162013
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
92016
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
42018
Seeing the elephant: Parsimony, functionalism, and the emergent design of contempt and other sentiments
MM Gervais, DMT Fessler
22017
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