Corey L. Fincher
Corey L. Fincher
independent scholar
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Pathogen prevalence predicts human cross-cultural variability in individualism/collectivism
CL Fincher, R Thornhill, DR Murray, M Schaller
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1640), 1279-1285, 2008
Parasite-stress promotes in-group assortative sociality: The cases of strong family ties and heightened religiosity
CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (2), 61-79, 2012
Parasite prevalence and the worldwide distribution of cognitive ability
C Eppig, CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1701), 3801, 2010
Parasites, democratization, and the liberalization of values across contemporary countries
R Thornhill, CL Fincher, D Aran
Biological Reviews 84 (1), 113-131, 2009
Assortative sociality, limited dispersal, infectious disease and the genesis of the global pattern of religion diversity
CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1651), 2587-2594, 2008
Stress Theory of Values and Sociality
R Thornhill, CL Fincher
Springer, 2014
Zoonotic and non-zoonotic diseases in relation to human personality and societal values: Support for the parasite-stress model
R Thornhill, CL Fincher, DR Murray, M Schaller
Evolutionary Psychology 8 (2), 147470491000800201, 2010
A parasite‐driven wedge: infectious diseases may explain language and other biodiversity
CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Oikos 117 (9), 1289-1297, 2008
Does infectious disease cause global variation in the frequency of intrastate armed conflict and civil war?
K Letendre, CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Biological Reviews 85 (3), 669-683, 2010
The parasite-stress theory of sociality, the behavioral immune system, and human social and cognitive uniqueness.
R Thornhill, CL Fincher
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 8 (4), 257, 2014
Parasite prevalence and the distribution of intelligence among the states of the USA
C Eppig, CL Fincher, R Thornhill
Intelligence 39 (2-3), 155-160, 2011
What is the relevance of attachment and life history to political values?
R Thornhill, CL Fincher
Evolution and Human Behavior 28 (4), 215-222, 2007
Parasite stress promotes homicide and child maltreatment
R Thornhill, CL Fincher
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Infectious disease prevalence, not race exposure, predicts both implicit and explicit racial prejudice across the United States
BA O’Shea, DG Watson, GDA Brown, CL Fincher
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (3), 345-355, 2020
Pathogen disgust predicts women’s preferences for masculinity in men’s voices, faces, and bodies
BC Jones, DR Feinberg, CD Watkins, CL Fincher, AC Little, LM DeBruine
Behavioral Ecology 24 (2), 373-379, 2013
Hygiene and the world distribution of Alzheimer’s disease: epidemiological evidence for a relationship between microbial environment and age-adjusted disease burden
M Fox, LA Knapp, PW Andrews, CL Fincher
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2013 (1), 173-186, 2013
On the adaptive origins and maladaptive consequences of human inbreeding: Parasite prevalence, immune functioning, and consanguineous marriage
AD Hoben, AP Buunk, CL Fincher, R Thornhill, M Schaller
Evolutionary Psychology 8 (4), 147470491000800408, 2010
Why men have shorter lives than women: effects of resource availability, infectious disease, and senescence
AP Møller, CL Fincher, R Thornhill
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
Personality, parasites, political attitudes, and cooperation: A model of how infection prevalence influences openness and social group formation
GDA Brown, CL Fincher, L Walasek
Topics in cognitive science 8 (1), 98-117, 2016
Who punishes promiscuous women? Both women and men are prejudiced towards sexually-accessible women, but only women inflict costly punishment
NK Muggleton, SR Tarran, CL Fincher
Evolution and Human Behavior 40 (3), 259-268, 2019
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