Equipe de Biologie Evolutive Humaine

Publications - Journaux scientifiques

Liste de tous les articles des membres actuels de l'équipe. Affichage par thème, auteur, année.

2016

Faurie C.*, Mettling C.*, Bchir M.A., Hadmoko D.S., Heitz C., Lestari E.D., Raymond M.*, Willinger M.* 2016. Evidence of genotypic adaptation to the exposure to volcanic risk at the dopamine receptor DRD4 locus. Scientific Reports, 6:37745 [ * : equal contribution] pdf

Nitsch A., Lummaa V., Faurie C. 2016. Sibship effects on dispersal behaviour in a pre-industrial human population. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, :1-3 pdf

Tognetti A., Dubois D., Faurie C., Willinger M. 2016. Men increase contributions to a public good when under sexual competition. Scientific Reports, 29819:1-10 pdf

2014

Nitsch, A., Faurie, C., Lummaa, V. 2014. Alloparenting in humans: fitness consequences of aunts and uncles on survival in historical Finland. Behavioral Ecology, 25:424-433 pdf

Tognetti A., Berticat C., Raymond M. & Faurie C. 2014. Assortative mating based on cooperativeness and generosity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27:975-981 pdf

2013

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2013. The fighting hypothesis as an evolutionary explanation for human handedness polymorphism: where are we?. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1288:110-113 pdf

Tognetti A., Berticat C., Raymond M. & Faurie C. 2013. Is cooperativeness readable in static facial features? An inter-cultural approach. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34:427-432 pdf

2012

Faurie, C., LLaurens, V., Hegay, T., Raymond, M. 2012. Handedness and socioeconomic status in an urban population in Uzbekistan. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33:35-41 pdf

Nitsch, A. Faurie, C. and Lummaa, V. 2012. Are elder siblings helpers or competitors? Antagonistic fitness effects of sibling interactions in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 280: pdf

Tognetti, A., Berticat, C. Raymond, M.& Faurie, C. 2012. Sexual selection of human cooperative behaviour: an experimental study in rural senegal. PLoS ONE, 7:e44403 pdf

2011

Faurie, C., Llaurens, V., Alvergne, A., Golberg, M., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2011. Left-handedness and male-male competition: insights from fighting and hormonal data. Evolutionary Psychology, 9:354-370 pdf

2010

Alvergne, A., Jokela, M., Faurie, C., Lummaa, V. 2010. Personality and testosterone in men from a high-fertility population. Personality and Individual Differences, 49:840-844 pdf

Alvergne, A., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2010. Are parents perceptions of offspring facial resemblance consistent with actual resemblance? Effects on parental investment. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31:7-15 pdf

2009

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2009. Father-offspring resemblance predicts paternal investment in humans. Animal Behaviour, 78:61-69 pdf

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2009. Variation in testosterone levels and male reproductive effort: insight from a polygynous human population. Hormones and Behavior, 56:491-497 pdf

Alvergne, A., Oda, R., Faurie, C., Matsumoto-Oda, A., Durand, V. & Raymond, M. 2009. Cross-cultural perceptions of facial resemblance between kin. Journal of Vision, 9:1-10 pdf

Courtiol, A., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Birth order affects behavior in the investment game: firstborns are less trustful and reciprocate less. Animal Behaviour, 78:1405-1411 pdf

Faurie, C., Russell, A. F., Lummaa, V. 2009. Middleborns disadvantaged? Testing birth-Order effects on fitness in pre-industrial finns. PLoS ONE, 4:e5680 pdf

Llaurens, V., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Ritual fights and male reproductive success in a human population. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22:1854-1859 pdf

Llaurens, V., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Why are some people left-handed? An evolutionary perspective. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society, B, 364:881-894 pdf

2008

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2008. Developmental plasticity of human reproductive development: effects of early family environment in modern-day France. Physiology & Behavior, 95:625-632 pdf

Faurie, C., Bonenfant, S., Goldberg, M., Hercberg, S., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2008. Socio-economic status and handedness in two large cohorts of French adults. British Journal of Psychology, 99:533-554 pdf

2007

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2007. Differential facial resemblance of young children to their parents: who do children look like more?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28:135-144 pdf

2006

Faurie, C., Alvergne, A., Bonenfant, S., Goldberg, M., Hercberg, S., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2006. Handedness and reproductive success in two large cohorts of French adults. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27:457-472 pdf

Faurie, C., Vianey-Liaud, N. & Raymond, M. 2006. Do left-handed children have advantages regarding school performance and leadership skills?. Laterality, 11:57-70 pdf

2005

Billiard, S., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2005. Maintenance of handedness polymorphism in humans: A frequency-dependent selection model. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 235:85-93 pdf

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2005. Handedness, homicide and negative frequency-dependent selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 272:25-28 pdf

Faurie, C., Schiefenhövel, W., Le Bomin, S., Billiard, S. & Raymond, M. 2005. Variation in the frequency of left-handedness in traditional societies. Current Anthropology, 46:142-147 pdf

2004

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2004. Handedness frequency over more than 10,000 years. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 271:S43-S45 pdf

Faurie, C., Pontier, D. & Raymond, M. 2004. Student athletes claim to have more sexual partners than other students. Evolution and Human Behavior, 25:1-8 pdf

2003

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2003. Handedness: neutral or adaptive ?. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 26:220 pdf

Shultz, S., Faurie, C. Noë, R. 2003. Behavioural responses of Diana monkeys to male long-distance calls: changes in ranging, association patterns and activity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 53:238-245 pdf