Gordon Gallup, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Albany 
Area:
self-awareness, evolutionary biology
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Gallup GG, Anderson JR. (2021) Putting the cart before the horse: claims for mirror self-recognition in horses are unfounded. Animal Cognition
Hughes SM, Aung T, Harrison MA, et al. (2020) Experimental Evidence for Sex Differences in Sexual Variety Preferences: Support for the Coolidge Effect in Humans. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Barton MC, Bennett KV, Cook JR, et al. (2020) Hypothesized behavioral host manipulation by SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 infection. Medical Hypotheses. 141: 109750
Gallup GG, Anderson JR. (2020) Self-recognition in animals: Where do we stand 50 years later? Lessons from cleaner wrasse and other species. Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. 7: 46-58
Gallup AC, Gallup GG. (2019) Methylphenidate-Induced Yawning: A Thermoregulatory Connection. American Journal of Therapeutics
Gallup GG, Anderson JR. (2017) The "olfactory mirror" and other recent attempts to demonstrate self-recognition in non-primate species. Behavioural Processes. 148: 16-19
Anderson JR, Gallup GG. (2015) Mirror self-recognition: a review and critique of attempts to promote and engineer self-recognition in primates. Primates; Journal of Primatology. 56: 317-26
Gallup GG, Ampel BC, Wedberg N, et al. (2014) Do orgasms give women feedback about mate choice? Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 12: 958-78
Gallup GG, Reynolds CJ. (2014) Evolutionary medicine: semen sampling and seminal plasma hypersensitivity. Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 12: 245-50
Gallup GG, Platek SM, Spaulding KN. (2014) The nature of visual self-recognition revisited. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 57-8
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