Willem Frankenhuis
Willem Frankenhuis
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Big and mighty: Preverbal infants mentally represent social dominance
L Thomsen, WE Frankenhuis, MC Ingold-Smith, S Carey
science 331 (6016), 477-480, 2011
Simpson's paradox in psychological science: a practical guide
R Kievit, WE Frankenhuis, L Waldorp, D Borsboom
Frontiers in psychology 4, 513, 2013
When do adaptive developmental mechanisms yield maladaptive outcomes?
WE Frankenhuis, M Del Giudice
Developmental psychology 48 (3), 628, 2012
The evolution of predictive adaptive responses in human life history
D Nettle, WE Frankenhuis, IJ Rickard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20131343, 2013
Does early-life exposure to stress shape or impair cognition?
WE Frankenhuis, C de Weerth
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (5), 407-412, 2013
Adaptive rationality: An evolutionary perspective on cognitive bias
MG Haselton, GA Bryant, A Wilke, DA Frederick, A Galperin, ...
Social Cognition 27 (5), 733-763, 2009
Cognition in harsh and unpredictable environments
WE Frankenhuis, K Panchanathan, D Nettle
Current Opinion in Psychology 7, 76-80, 2016
Beyond risk and protective factors: An adaptation-based approach to resilience
BJ Ellis, JM Bianchi, V Griskevicius, WE Frankenhuis
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (4), 561-587, 2017
Why are childhood family factors associated with timing of maturation? A role for internal prediction
IJ Rickard, WE Frankenhuis, D Nettle
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (1), 3-15, 2014
Balancing sampling and specialization: An adaptationist model of incremental development
WE Frankenhuis, K Panchanathan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1724), 3558-3565, 2011
Adaptive explanations for sensitive windows in development
TW Fawcett, WE Frankenhuis
Frontiers in Zoology 12 (S1), S3, 2015
What can cross-cultural correlations teach us about human nature?
TV Pollet, JM Tybur, WE Frankenhuis, IJ Rickard
Human Nature 25 (3), 410-429, 2014
Bridging developmental systems theory and evolutionary psychology using dynamic optimization
WE Frankenhuis, K Panchanathan, H Clark Barrett
Developmental Science 16 (4), 584-598, 2013
Blind men prefer a low waist-to-hip ratio
JC Karremans, WE Frankenhuis, S Arons
Evolution and Human Behavior 31 (3), 182-186, 2010
Evolutionary psychology versus Fodor: Arguments for and against the massive modularity hypothesis
WE Frankenhuis, A Ploeger
Philosophical Psychology 20 (6), 687-710, 2007
Bayesian models of development
JA Stamps, WE Frankenhuis
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (4), 260-268, 2016
The evolution of sensitive periods in a model of incremental development
K Panchanathan, WE Frankenhuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1823), 20152439, 2016
Infants may use contingency analysis to estimate environmental states: An evolutionary, life‐history perspective
WE Frankenhuis, G Gergely, JS Watson
Child Development Perspectives 7 (2), 115-120, 2013
Individual differences in developmental plasticity may result from stochastic sampling
WE Frankenhuis, K Panchanathan
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (4), 336-347, 2011
Models of pace-of-life syndromes (POLS): a systematic review
KJ Mathot, WE Frankenhuis
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (3), 41, 2018
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