Equipe de Biologie Evolutive Humaine

Publications - Journaux scientifiques

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

2018

Bovet, J., Barkat-Defradas, M., Durand, V., Faurie, C., Raymond, M. 2018. Women's attractiveness is linked to expected age at menopause. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31:229-238. pdf.

Nila, S., Barthes, J., Crochet, P.-A., Suryobroto, B., Raymond, M. 2018. Kin selection and male homosexual preference in Indonesia. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47:2455-2465. pdf.

Nurhayu, W., Nila, S., Raymond, M., Suryobroto, S. 2018. Are right- and left-handedness relevant as general categories in a non-industrialized country? . Acta Ethologica, 21:21-28. pdf.

Suire, A., Raymond, M., Barkat-Defradas, M. 2018. Human vocal behavior within competitive and courtship contexts and its relation to mating success. Evolution and Human Behavior, 39:684-691. pdf.

2017

Berticat, C., Durand, V., Raymond, M., Faurie, C. 2017. Link between parental separation and decreased performance in french high school students. Journal of Behavior, 2:1012. pdf.

Aimé C., André, J.-B., Raymond, M. 2017. Grandmothering and cognitive resources are required for the emergence of menopause and extensive post-reproductive lifespan. PLOS Computational Biology, 13:e1005631. pdf.

Thomas, F., Rome, S., Méry, F. Dawson, E., Montagne, J., Biro, P., Beckmann, C., Renaud, F., Raymond, M., Ujvari, B. 2017. Changes in diet associated with cancer: an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary Applications, 10:651-657 . pdf.

Thouzeau V., Raymond M. 2017. Emergence and maintenance of menopause in humans: a game theory model. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 430:229-236. pdf.

2016

Berticat C., Thomas F., Dauvilliers Y., Jaussent I., Ritchie K., Helmer C., Tzourio C., Raymond M., Artero S. 2016. Excessive daytime sleepiness and antipathogen drug consumption in the elderly: a test of the immune theory of sleep. Scientific Reports, 6:23574. pdf.

Bovet J., Lao J., Bartholomée O. Caldara R., Raymond, M. 2016. Mapping female bodily features of attractiveness. Scientific Reports, 6:18551. pdf.

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.

Renoult, J.P., Bovet. J., Raymond, M. 2016. Beauty is in the efficient coding of the beholder. Royal Society Open Science, 3:160027. pdf.

Tribot A-S., Mouquet N., Villéger S., Raymond M., Hoff F., Boissery P., Olon F., Deter1 J. 2016. Taxonomic and functional diversity increase the aesthetic value of coralligenous reefs. Scientific Reports, 6:34229. pdf.

2015

Barthes, J., Crochet, P-A., Raymond, M. 2015. Male homosexual preference: Where, when, why?. PLoS ONE, 10:e0134817. pdf.

Bovet, J., Raymond, M. 2015. Preferred women's waist-to-hip ratio variation over the last 2,500 years. PLoS ONE, 10:e0123284. pdf.

Derex, M., Feron, R., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2015. Social learning and the replication process: an experimental investigation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of LondonB, 282:2-9. pdf.

Thomas, F., Doyon, J., Elguero, E., Dujardin, J-P., Brodeur, J., Roucher, C., Robert, V., Missé, D., Raymond, M., Trape, J-F. 2015. Plasmodium infections and fluctuating asymmetry among children and teenagers from Senegal. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 32:97-101. pdf.

2014

Alvergne, A. Perreau, F. Mazur, A. Mueller, U. Raymond, M. 2014. Identification of visual paternity cues in humans. Biology Letters, 10:20140063. pdf.

Barthes, J. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2014. Response to comment on «Human social stratification and hypergyny: toward an understanding of male homosexual preference». Evolution and Human Behavior, 35:448-450. pdf.

Derex, M., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2014. How does competition affect the transmission of information?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 35:89-95. 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

Barthes, J. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2013. Human social stratification and hypergyny: toward an understanding of male homosexual preference. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34:155-163. pdf.

Derex, M. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2013. Social learners require process information to outperform individual learners. Evolution, 67:688-697. pdf.

Derex, M., Beugin, M.-P., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2013. Experimental evidence for the influence of group size on cultural complexity. Nature, 503:389-391. pdf. Successfully replicated in Camerer et al. 2018. Nature Human Behaviour, doi.org/10.1038/s41562-018-0399-z

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

Benavides, J., Walsh, P.D., Meyer, L.A., Raymond, M. & Caillaud, D. 2012. Transmission of infectious diseases en route to habitat hotspots: insights from an agent-based simulation model. PLoS ONE, 7:e31290. pdf.

Benavides, J.A. Godreuil, S., Bodenham, R., Ratiarison, S., Devos, C., Petretto, M.O., Raymond, M., Escobar-Páramo, P. 2012. No evidence for transmission of antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli strains from humans to wild western lowland gorillas in Lopé National Park, Gabon. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78:4281-4287. pdf.

Benavides,J. A., Huchard, E., Pettorelli, N., King, A. J., Brown, M. E., Archer, C. E., Appleton, C. C., Raymond, M., Cowlishaw, G. 2012. From parasite encounter to infection: multiple-Scale drivers of parasite richness in a wild social primate population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 147:52-63. pdf.

Bovet, J. Barthes, J. Durand, V. Raymond, M. Alvergne, A. 2012. Men's preference for women's facial features: testing homogamy and the paternity uncertainty hypothesis. PlosOne, 7:e49791. pdf.

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.

Huchard E1, Benavides JA1, Pettorelli N, King AJ, Brown ME, Archer CE, Appleton CC, Raymond M & Cowlishaw G. (1) Contributions égales. 2012. From parasite encounter to infection: multiple-scale drivers of parasite richness in a wild social primate population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 147:52-63. pdf.

Silva, A., Lummaa, V., Mueller, U.O., Raymond, M., Alvergne, A. 2012. Facial attractiveness and fertility in populations with low levels of modern birth control. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33:491-498.

Thomas, F., Daoust, S. & Raymond, M. 2012. Can we understand modern humans without considering pathogens?. Evolutionary Applications, 5:368-379. pdf.

Thomas, F., Daoust, S. P., Elguero, E., & Raymond, M. 2012. Do mothers from rich and well-nourished countries bear more sons ?. Journal of Evolutionary Medicine, 1:ID 235568. pdf.

Thomas, F., Elguero, E., Brodeur, J., Roche, B., Missé, D., Raymond, M. 2012. Malignancies and high birth weight in human: Which cancers could result from antagonistic pleiotropy?. Journal of Evolutionary Medicine, 1:1-5. 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., 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.

Célérier, A., Huchard, E., Alvergne, A., Féjan, D., Plard, F., Cowlishaw, G., Raymond, M. & Bonadonna , F. 2010. Detective mice assess relatedness in baboons using olfactory cues. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 213:1399-1405. pdf.

Courtiol, A., Ferdy, J.-B., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. & Claude, J. 2010. Height and body mass influence on human body outlines: a quantitative approach using an elliptic Fourier analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 142:22-29. pdf.

Courtiol, A., Picq, S., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. & Ferdy, J.-B. 2010. From preferred to actual mate characteristics: the case of human body shape. PLoS ONE, 5:e13010, 1-8. pdf.

Courtiol, A., Raymond, M., Godelle, B. & Ferdy, J.-B. 2010. Mate choice and human stature: homogamy as a unified framework for understanding mating preferences. Evolution, 64:2189-2203. pdf.

Huchard, E., Alvergne, A., Féjan, D., Knapp, L.A., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2010. More than friends? Behavioural and genetic aspects of heterosexual associations in wild chacma baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64:769-781. pdf.

Huchard, E., Knapp, L.A., Raymond, M. & Cowlishaw, G. 2010. MHC, mate choice and heterozygote advantage in a wild social primate. Molecular Ecology, 19:2545-2561. pdf.

Huchard, E., Raymond, M., Benavides, J., Marshall, H., Knapp, L.A. & Cowlishaw, G. 2010. A female signal reflects MHC genotype in a social primate. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10:96. 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., Huchard, E., Caillaud, D., Charpentier, M.J.E., Setchell, J.M., Ruppli, C., Féjan, D., Martinez, L., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2009. Human ability to visually recognize kin within primates. International Journal of Primatology, 30:199-210. 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.

Huchard, E., Benavides, J., Setchell, J.M., Charpentier, M.J.E., Alvergne, A., King, A.J., Knapp, L.A., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2009. Studying shape in sexual signals: the case of primate sexual swellings. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63:1231-1242. pdf.

Huchard, E., Courtiol, A., Benavides, J., Knapp, L.A., Raymond, M. & Cowlishaw, G. 2009. Can fertility signals lead to quality signals? Insights from the evolution of primate sexual swellings. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 276:1889-1897. 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.

Caillaud, D., Levréro, F., Gatti, S., Ménard, N. & Raymond, M. 2008. Influence of male morphology on male mating status and behavior during interunit encounters in western lowland gorillas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 135:379-388. 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.

Huchard, E., Weill, M., Raymond, M., Cowlishaw, G. & Knapp, L.A. 2008. Polymorphism, haplotype composition and selection in the Mhc-DRB of wild baboons. Immunogenetics, 60:585-598. 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.

Schmitt, D. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2007. The geographic distribution of big five personality traits - Patterns and profiles of human self-description across 56 nations. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38:173-212.

2006

Caillaud, D., Levréro, F., Cristescu, R., Gatti, S., Dewas, M., Douadi, M., Gautier-Hion, A., Raymond, M. & Ménard, N. 2006. Gorilla susceptibility to Ebola virus: the cost of sociality. Current Biology, 16:R489-R491. pdf.

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.

Huchard, E., Colishaw, G., Raymond, M., Weill, M. & Knapp, L.A. 2006. Molecular study of Mhc-DRB in wild chacma baboons reveals high variability and evidence for transspecies inheritance. Immunogenetics, 58:805-816. pdf.

Raymond, M. 2006. The birth of contraception. Nature, 444:685. 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.

Raymond, M. & Pontier, D. 2004. Is there a geographic variation of human handedness. Laterality, 9:35-51. pdf.

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2004. Patterns and universals of adult romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions: are models of self and other pancultural constructs?. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35:367-402. pdf.

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2004. Patterns and universals of mate poaching across 53 nations: the effects of sex, culture, and personality on romantically attracting another person's partner. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86:560-584. pdf.

2003

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

Roes, F.L. & Raymond, M. 2003. Belief in moralizing gods. Evolution and Human Behavior, 24:126-135. pdf.

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2003. Are men universally more dismissing than women? Gender differences in romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions. Personal Relationships, 10:309-333. pdf.

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2003. Universal sex differences in the desire for sexual variety: tests from 52 nations, 6 continents, and 13 islands. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85:85-104. pdf.

2000

Carrière, S. & Raymond, M. 2000. Handedness and aggressive behavior in an Ntumu village in southern Cameroon. Acta Ethologica, 2:111-114. pdf.

1996

Raymond, M., Pontier, D., Dufour, A.-B. & Møller, A.P. 1996. Frequency-dependent maintenance of left handedness in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 263:1627-1633. pdf.