Rafael Wlodarski
Rafael Wlodarski
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Variation in the β-endorphin, oxytocin, and dopamine receptor genes is associated with different dimensions of human sociality
E Pearce, R Wlodarski, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (20), 5300-5305, 2017
712017
In search of information that confirms a desired self-perception: Motivated processing of social feedback and choice of social interactions
RB Sanitioso, R Wlodarski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (4), 412-422, 2004
582004
Examining the possible functions of kissing in romantic relationships
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Archives of sexual behavior 42 (8), 1415-1423, 2013
442013
Inference or enaction? The impact of genre on the narrative processing of other minds
J Carney, R Wlodarski, R Dunbar
PloS one 9 (12), e114172, 2014
292014
“I just don't get it”: perceived artists' intentions affect art evaluations
JL Jucker, JL Barrett, R Wlodarski
Empirical Studies of the Arts 32 (2), 149-182, 2014
262014
Stay or stray? Evidence for alternative mating strategy phenotypes in both men and women
R Wlodarski, J Manning, RIM Dunbar
Biology letters 11 (2), 20140977, 2015
222015
Higher-order mentalising and executive functioning
J Launay, E Pearce, R Wlodarski, M van Duijn, J Carney, RIM Dunbar
Personality and individual differences 86, 6-14, 2015
212015
Functional benefits of (modest) alcohol consumption
RIM Dunbar, J Launay, R Wlodarski, C Robertson, E Pearce, J Carney, ...
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3 (2), 118-133, 2017
202017
What's in a kiss? The effect of romantic kissing on mate desirability
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (1), 147470491401200114, 2014
192014
The god allusion: Individual variation in agency detection, mentalizing and schizotypy and their association with religious beliefs and behaviors
R Wlodarski, E Pearce
Human Nature, 1-13, 2016
18*2016
The effects of romantic love on mentalizing abilities
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Review of General Psychology 18 (4), 313-321, 2014
172014
When BOLD is thicker than water: processing social information about kin and friends at different levels of the social network
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (12), 1952-1960, 2016
132016
Menstrual cycle effects on attitudes toward romantic kissing
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Human Nature 24 (4), 402-413, 2013
112013
The relationship between cognitive and affective empathy and human mating strategies
R Wlodarski
Evolutionary Psychological Science 1 (4), 232-240, 2015
92015
Are within-sex mating strategy phenotypes an evolutionary stable strategy?
R Wlodarski, RIM Dunbar
Human ethology bulletin 30 (1), 99, 2015
82015
Associations between neurochemical receptor genes, 2D: 4D, impulsivity and relationship quality
E Pearce, R Wlodarski, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
Biology letters 14 (12), 20180642, 2018
72018
The influence of genetic variation on social disposition, romantic relationships and social networks: a replication study
E Pearce, R Wlodarski, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
Adaptive human behavior and physiology 4 (4), 400-422, 2018
52018
Exploring the links between dispositions, romantic relationships, support networks and community inclusion in men and women
E Pearce, R Wlodarski, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
PloS one 14 (5), e0216210, 2019
42019
Genetic influences on social relationships: sex differences in the mediating role of personality and social cognition
E Pearce, R Wlodarski, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 5 (4), 331-351, 2019
12019
Stay or stray
R Wlodarski, J Manning, RIM Dunbar
Evidence for alternative mating strategy p, 1, 2015
12015
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