Geoffrey F. Miller

Affiliations: 
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
Area:
Evolutionary Psychology
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Cross-listing: Neurotree - Evolution Tree

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Robert S. Chavez research assistant Univ. of New Mexico (Neurotree)
Ilanit Tal grad student 2009 Univ. of New Mexico (Neurotree)
Joshua M. Tybur grad student 2004-2009 Univ. of New Mexico (Neurotree)

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Jon  A. Sefcek collaborator 2003- Univ. of New Mexico (Neurotree)
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Miller G. (2020) The Aesthetic Animal. By Henrik Høgh-Olesen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. $35.00. xiv + 167 p.; ill.; index. ISBN: 978-0-19-092792-9. 2019. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 95: 85-86
Rinehart JK, Nason EE, Yeater EA, et al. (2016) Do Some Students Need Special Protection From Research on Sex and Trauma? New Evidence for Young Adult Resilience in "Sensitive Topics" Research. Journal of Sex Research. 1-11
Sefcek JA, Miller GF, Figueredo AJ. (2016) Development and Validation of an 18-Item Medium Form of the Ravens Advanced Progressive Matrices Sage Open. 6
Prause N, Park J, Leung S, et al. (2015) Women's Preferences for Penis Size: A New Research Method Using Selection among 3D Models. Plos One. 10: e0133079
Yang Q, Fan Y, Cheng Q, et al. (2015) Acceptance in Theory but not Practice – Chinese Medical Providers’ Perception of Brain Death Neuroethics
Miller G. (2014) The bare necessities New Scientist. 221: 41-42
Costa RM, Miller GF, Brody S. (2013) Penis size and vaginal orgasm. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 10: 2875-6
Miller GF. (2013) Mutual Mate Choice Models as the Red Pill in Evolutionary Psychology: Long Delayed, Much Needed, Ideologically Challenging, and Hard to Swallow Psychological Inquiry. 24: 207-210
Costa RM, Miller GF, Brody S. (2012) Women who prefer longer penises are more likely to have vaginal orgasms (but not clitoral orgasms): implications for an evolutionary theory of vaginal orgasm. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 9: 3079-88
Yeater E, Miller G, Rinehart J, et al. (2012) Trauma and sex surveys meet minimal risk standards: implications for institutional review boards. Psychological Science. 23: 780-7
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