Sari van Anders
Sari van Anders
Canada 150 Research Chair in Social Neuroendocrinology, Sexuality, & Gender/Sex
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A female advantage in the recognition of emotional facial expressions: Test of an evolutionary hypothesis
E Hampson, SM van Anders, LI Mullin
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (6), 401-416, 2006
Why the academic pipeline leaks: Fewer men than women perceive barriers to becoming professors
SM Van Anders
Sex roles 51 (9-10), 511-521, 2004
Beyond sexual orientation: Integrating gender/sex and diverse sexualities via sexual configurations theory
SM Van Anders
Archives of Sexual Behavior 44 (5), 1177-1213, 2015
The steroid/peptide theory of social bonds: integrating testosterone and peptide responses for classifying social behavioral contexts
SM Van Anders, KL Goldey, PX Kuo
Psychoneuroendocrinology 36 (9), 1265-1275, 2011
Multiple partners are associated with higher testosterone in North American men and women
SM van Anders, LD Hamilton, NV Watson
Hormones and Behavior 51 (3), 454-459, 2007
The future of sex and gender in psychology: Five challenges to the gender binary.
JS Hyde, RS Bigler, D Joel, CC Tate, SM van Anders
American Psychologist 74 (2), 171, 2019
Finger-length ratios show evidence of prenatal hormone-transfer between opposite-sex twins
SM van Anders, PA Vernon, CJ Wilbur
Hormones and Behavior 49 (3), 315-319, 2006
Social neuroendocrinology
SM Van Anders, NV Watson
Human nature 17 (2), 212-237, 2006
Testosterone and partnering are linked via relationship status for women and ‘relationship orientation’for men
SM Van Anders, KL Goldey
Hormones and Behavior 58 (5), 820-826, 2010
Baby cries and nurturance affect testosterone in men
SM van Anders, RM Tolman, BL Volling
Hormones and behavior 61, 31-36, 2012
Sexy thoughts: Effects of sexual cognitions on testosterone, cortisol, and arousal in women
KL Goldey, SM van Anders
Hormones and Behavior 59 (5), 754-764, 2011
Relationship status and testosterone in North American heterosexual and non-heterosexual men and women: Cross-sectional and longitudinal data
SM van Anders, NV Watson
Psychoneuroendocrinology 31 (6), 715-723, 2006
Beyond masculinity: Testosterone, gender/sex, and human social behavior in a comparative context
SM Van Anders
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 34 (3), 198-210, 2013
Associations between testosterone secretion and sexual activity in women
SM van Anders, LD Hamilton, N Schmidt, NV Watson
Hormones and Behavior 51 (4), 477-482, 2007
Testing the prenatal androgen hypothesis: measuring digit ratios, sexual orientation, and spatial abilities in adults
SM van Anders, E Hampson
Hormones and behavior 47 (1), 92-98, 2005
Testosterone and sexual desire in healthy women and men
SM van Anders
Archives of Sexual Behavior 41 (6), 1471-1484, 2012
Testosterone levels in women and men who are single, in long-distance relationships, or same-city relationships
SM van Anders, NV Watson
Hormones and Behavior 51 (2), 286-291, 2007
Exploring women's postpartum sexuality: Social, psychological, relational, and birth‐related contextual factors
LE Hipp, LK Low, SM van Anders
The journal of sexual medicine 9 (9), 2330-2341, 2012
Associations among physiological and subjective sexual response, sexual desire, and salivary steroid hormones in healthy premenopausal women
SM Van Anders, L Brotto, J Farrell, M Yule
The journal of sexual medicine 6 (3), 739-751, 2009
Polyamory, monoamory, and sexual fluidity: A longitudinal study of identity and sexual trajectories.
MH Manley, LM Diamond, SM van Anders
Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity 2 (2), 168, 2015
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