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Professor Daniel Nettle
Early concepts of intimacy: Young humans use saliva sharing to infer close relationships2022
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Exposure to food insecurity increases energy storage and reduces somatic maintenance in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)2021
Dr Jackie Shinwell
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Gillian Pepper
Food insecurity and patterns of dietary intake in a sample of UK adults2021
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Clare Andrews
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Charlotte Egger
Francesca Gray
et al.
Food insecurity increases energetic efficiency, not food consumption: An exploratory study in European starlings2021
Dr Caroline Allen
Professor Daniel Nettle
Hunger and socioeconomic background additively predict impulsivity in humans2021
Professor Daniel Nettle
'If men were angels, no government would be necessary': The intuitive theory of social motivation and preference for authoritarian leaders2021
Dr Clare Andrews
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Time perception and patience: individual differences in interval timing precision predict choice impulsivity in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2021
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why do inequality and deprivation produce high crime and low trust?2021
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why has the COVID-19 pandemic increased support for Universal Basic Income?2021
Professor Daniel Nettle
Current debates in human life history research2020
Sam Fraser
Professor Daniel Nettle
Hunger Affects Social Decisions in a Multi-Round Public Goods Game but Not a Single-Shot Ultimatum Game2020
Professor Daniel Nettle
Preferences for redistribution are sensitive to perceived luck, social homogeneity, war and scarcity2020
Professor Daniel Nettle
Rationalization: Why, when, and what for?2020
Professor Daniel Nettle
Selection, adaptation, inheritance and design in human culture: the view from the Price equation2020
Professor Daniel Nettle
The Strengths of People in Poverty2020
Professor Daniel Nettle
A case for environmental statistics of early-life effects2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Consequences of measurement error in qPCR telomere data: A simulation study2019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Controlling for baseline telomere length biases estimates of the rate of telomere attrition2019
Dr Annie Poll
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
Developmental history and stress responsiveness are related to response inhibition, but not judgement bias, in a cohort of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)2019
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Developmental history, energetic state and choice impulsivity in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Food insecurity moderates the acute effect of subjective socioeconomic status on food consumption2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Food-Insecure Women Eat a Less Diverse Diet in a More Temporally Variable Way: Evidence from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013-42019
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Gillian Pepper
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Smoking does not accelerate leucocyte telomere attrition: A meta-analysis of 18 longitudinal cohorts2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
Social inequality: The embedding of adversity across the life course2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
State-dependent cognition and its relevance to cultural evolution2019
Professor Daniel Nettle
The evolution of life-history theory: a bibliometric analysis of an interdisciplinary research area2019
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
A marker of biological ageing predicts adult risk preference in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2018
Menno Van Berkel
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Can starlings use a reliable cue of future food deprivation to adaptively modify foraging and fat reserves?2018
Dr Annie Poll
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Chronological age, biological age, and individual variation in the stress response in the European starling: A follow-up study2018
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Early-life begging effort reduces adult body mass but strengthens behavioural defence of the rate of energy intake in European starlings2018
Professor Daniel Nettle
Echoes of Early Life: Recent Insights From Mathematical Modeling2018
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Evaluating the cyclic ratio schedule as an assay of feeding behaviour in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris)2018
Professor Daniel Nettle
Hanging on to the Edges: Essays on Science, Society, and the Academic Life2018
Professor Daniel Nettle
Open Science Is Liberating and Can Foster Creativity2018
Professor Daniel Nettle
Mona Joly
Professor Melissa Bateson
Opportunistic food consumption in relation to childhood and adult food insecurity: An exploratory correlational study2018
Gillian Pepper
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Telomeres as integrative markers of exposure to stress and adversity: A systematic review and meta-analysis2018
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
The relationships between exercise and affective states: A naturalistic, longitudinal study of recreational runners2018
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why are there associations between telomere length and behaviour?2018
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
A marker of biological age explains individual variation in the strength of the adult stress response2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Melissa Bateson
Adaptive principles of weight regulation: Insufficient, but perhaps necessary, for understanding obesity2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Childhood and adult socioeconomic position interact to predict health in mid life in a cohort of British women2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Detecting telomere elongation in longitudinal datasets: Analysis of a proposal by Simons, Stulp and Nakagawa2017
Vikki Neville
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dissociating the effects of alternative early-life feeding schedules on the development of adult depression-like phenotypes2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Does Hunger Contribute to Socioeconomic Gradients in Behavior?2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Claire Kolenda
Dr Craig Parker
et al.
Early-life adversity accelerates cellular ageing and affects adult inflammation: Experimental evidence from the European starling2017
Thomas Bedford
Caroline Oliver
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Effects of early-life adversity and sex on dominance in European starlings2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
External-environmental and internal-health early life predictors of adolescent development2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Professor Melissa Bateson
Food insecurity as a driver of obesity in humans: The insurance hypothesis2017
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Strengths, altered investment, risk management, and other elaborations on the behavioural constellation of deprivation2017
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
The behavioural constellation of deprivation: causes and consequences2017
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
The influence of mortality and socioeconomic status on risk and delayed rewards: a replication with British participants2017
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
The telomere lengthening conundrum – it could be biology2017
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Annie Gott
Dr Craig Parker
et al.
Brood size moderates associations between relative size, telomere length, and immune development in European starling nestlings2016
Professor Daniel Nettle
Cognition in harsh and unpredictable environments2016
Professor Daniel Nettle
Leadership in Mammalian Societies: Emergence, Distribution, Power, and Payoff2016
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Adaptive developmental plasticity: what is it, how can we recognize it and when can it evolve?2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
An experimental demonstration that early-life competitive disadvantage accelerates telomere loss2015
Dr Jean Adams
Elaine Stamp
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Eugene Milne
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
Anticipated Survival and Health Behaviours in Older English Adults: Cross Sectional and Longitudinal Analysis of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing2015
Dr Tunde Paal
Tom Carpenter
Professor Daniel Nettle
Childhood socioeconomic deprivation, but not current mood, is associated with behavioural disinhibition in adults2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Development of a cognitive bias methodology for measuring low mood in chimpanzees2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Clare Andrews
Dr Ben Brilot
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
et al.
Developmental and familial predictors of adult cognitive traits in the European starling2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Developmental telomere attrition predicts impulsive decision-making in adult starlings2015
Dr Clare Andrews
Jeremie Viviani
Thomas Bedford
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Early life adversity increases foraging and information gathering in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2015
Dan O'Hagan
Dr Clare Andrews
Thomas Bedford
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
Early life disadvantage strengthens flight performance trade-offs in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris2015
Dr Steph Clutterbuck
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Daniel Nettle
Frequent residential relocations cumulatively accelerate menarcheal timing in a sample of English adolescent girls2015
Dr Kari Schroeder
Professor Daniel Nettle
Interactions between personality and institutions in cooperative behaviour in humans2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Opposite Effects of Early-Life Competition and Developmental Telomere Attrition on Cognitive Biases in Juvenile European Starlings2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Tyneside Neighbourhoods: Deprivation, Social Life And Social Behaviour In One English City2015
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Watching eyes on potential litter can reduce littering: evidence from two field experiments2015
Professor Daniel Nettle
Gillian Pepper
Dr Ruth Jobling
Dr Kari Schroeder
Being there: A brief visit to a neighbourhood induces the social attitudes of that neighbourhood2014
Dr Steph Clutterbuck
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Daniel Nettle
Childhood Adversity Accelerates Intended Reproductive Timing in Adolescent Girls without Increasing Interest in Infants2014
Professor Daniel Nettle
Cultural transmission and the evolution of human behaviour: a general approach based on the Price equation2014
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Disorder affects judgements about a neighbourhood: police presence does not2014
Moe Fathi
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Effects of Watching Eyes and Norm Cues on Charitable Giving in a Surreptitious Behavioral Experiment2014
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Local norms of cheating and the cultural evolution of crime and punishment: a study of two urban neighborhoods2014
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Out of control mortality matters: the effect of perceived uncontrollable mortality risk on a health-related decision2014
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Perceived Extrinsic Mortality Risk and Reported Effort in Looking after Health2014
Professor Daniel Nettle
Playfulness, Ideas, and Creativity: A Survey2014
Jessica Hill
Dr Ruth Jobling
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Social capital across urban neighborhoods: A comparison of self-report and observational data2014
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Behaviour: An Evolutionary Perspective2014
Dr Jean Adams
Elaine Stamp
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Eugene Milne
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
Socioeconomic position and the association between anticipated and actual survival in older English adults2014
Professor Daniel Nettle
The evolution of predictive adaptive responses in humans: response2014
Louise Bloxham
Professor Melissa Bateson
Thomas Bedford
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
et al.
The memory of hunger: developmental plasticity of dietary selectivity in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris2014
Professor Daniel Nettle
What the future held: childhood psychosocial adversity is associated with health deterioration through adulthood in a cohort of British women2014
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why Are Childhood Family Factors Associated With Timing of Maturation? A Role for Internal Prediction2014
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Are Human Mating Preferences with Respect to Height Reflected in Actual Pairings?2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Bottom of the Heap: Having Heavier Competitors Accelerates Early-Life Telomere Loss in the European Starling, Sturnus vulgaris2013
Gillian Pepper
Professor Daniel Nettle
Death and the time of your life: experiences of close bereavement are associated with steeper financial future discounting and earlier reproduction2013
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Do Images of 'Watching Eyes' Induce Behaviour That Is More Pro-Social or More Normative? A Field Experiment on Littering2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
Human behavioral ecology: Current research and future prospects2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
Response: how much you need to engage with mechanism depends on what you are trying to do2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Responses of chimpanzees to cues of conspecific observation2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
The evolution of predictive adaptive responses in human life history2013
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
The watching eyes effect in the Dictator Game: it's not how much you give, it's being seen to give something2013
Dr Kari Schroeder
Professor Daniel Nettle
Variants at serotonin transporter and 2A receptor genes predict cooperative behavior differentially according to presence of punishment2013
Ric Kareklas
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Tom Smulders
Water-induced finger wrinkles improve handling of wet objects2013
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
A 'gendered need' explanation does not fully explain lineage based differences in grandparental investment found in a large British cohort study2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
Behaviour of parents and children in two contrasting urban neighbourhoods: an observational study2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
Kenneth Nott
Professor Melissa Bateson
'Cycle Thieves, We Are Watching You': Impact of a Simple Signage Intervention against Bicycle Theft2012
Dr Gilbert Roberts
Professor Daniel Nettle
Eye images increase charitable donations: Evidence from an opportunistic field experiment in a supermarket2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
No Country for Old Men: Street Use and Social Diet in Urban Newcastle2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
Social scale and structural complexity in human languages2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
The Adaptive Basis of Psychosocial Acceleration: Comment on Beyond Mental Health, Life History Strategies Articles2012
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
The Evolutionary Origins of Mood and Its Disorders2012
Karolina Sylwester
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Gilbert Roberts
The role of Theory of Mind in assessing cooperative intentions2012
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
When is general wariness favored in avoiding multiple predators?2012
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Anxiety: An Evolutionary Approach2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr David Coady
Early-life conditions and age at first pregnancy in British women2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Melissa Bateson
Effects of eye images on everyday cooperative behavior: a field experiment2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Flexibility in reproductive timing in human females: integrating ultimate and proximate explanations2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Large Differences in Publicly Visible Health Behaviours across Two Neighbourhoods of the Same City2011
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Parental Height Differences Predict the Need for an Emergency Caesarean Section2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Status and mating success amongst visual artists2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
The Evolution of Giving, Sharing, and Lotteries2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Variation in cooperative behaviour within a single city2011
Professor Daniel Nettle
Thomas Pollet
A re-evaluation of the statistical model in Pollet and Nettle 20092010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Birthweight and Paternal Involvement Predict Early Reproduction in British Women: Evidence from the National Child Development Study2010
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Correction to Pollet and Nettle (2009): "Partner wealth predicts self-reported orgasm frequency in a sample of Chinese women"2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Development of Social Variation in Reproductive Schedules: A Study from an English Urban Area2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dying young and living fast: variation in life history across English neighborhoods2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Personality: bridging the literatures from human psychology and behavioural ecology2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
The role of anxiety in vaginismus: A case-control study2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Understanding of Evolution May Be Improved by Thinking about People2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why Are There Social Gradients in Preventative Health Behavior? A Perspective from Behavioral Ecology2010
Professor Daniel Nettle
An evolutionary model of low mood states2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
Beyond nature versus culture: a response to comments2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
Beyond Nature Versus Culture: cultural variation as an evolved characteristic2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Birth order and adult family relationships: Firstborns have better sibling relationships than laterborns2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dead or Alive? Knowledge about a Sibling's Death Varies by Genetic Relatedness in a Modern Society2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
Ecological influences on human behavioural diversity: a review of recent findings2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
Evolution and Genetics for Psychology2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Lineage Based Differences in Grandparental Investment: Evidence from a Large British Cohort Study2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Market forces affect patterns of polygyny in Uganda2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Market forces affect patterns of polygyny in Uganda2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Partner wealth predicts self-reported orgasm frequency in a sample of Chinese women2009
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Sex-ratio biasing towards daughters among lower-ranking co-wives in Rwanda2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
Social class through the evolutionary lens2009
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Daniel Nettle
Time perspective, personality and smoking, body mass and physical activity: an empirical study2009
Professor Daniel Nettle
A test of Miller's aesthetic fitness hypothesis2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
Beth Liddle
Agreeableness is related to social-cognitive, but not social-perceptual, theory of mind2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
An evolutionary model of low mood states2008
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Driving a hard bargain: Sex ratio and male marriage success in a historical US population2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
It takes all sorts2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
Thomas Pollet
Natural selection on male wealth in humans2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
Putting ethology (back) into human personality psychology2008
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Taller women do better in a stressed environment: Height and reproductive success in rural Guatemalan women2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why do some dads get more involved than others? Evidence from a large British cohort2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
Why is creativity attractive in a potential mate?2008
Professor Daniel Nettle
A module for metaphor? The site of imagination in the architecture of the mind2007
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Birth order and face-to-face contact with a sibling: Firstborns have more contact than laterborns2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Cultural diversity, economic development and societal instability2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Empathizing and systemizing: What are they, and what do they contribute to our understanding of psychological sex differences?2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Language and genes: A new perspective on the origins of human cultural diversity2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Language and genes: A new perspective on the origins of human cultural diversity2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Laying bare the machinery-mathematical models of social evolution: a guide for the perplexed.2007
Daniel Farrelly
Professor Daniel Nettle
Marriage affects competitive performance in male tennis players2007
Thomas Pollet
Professor Daniel Nettle
Maternal grandmothers do go the extra mile: Factoring distance and lineage into differential contact with grandchildren2007
Professor Daniel Nettle
Traits and trade-offs are an important tier2007
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Daniel Nettle
Dr Gilbert Roberts
Cues of being watched enhance cooperation in a real-world setting2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
Psychological profiles of professional actors2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
Reconciling the mutation-selection balance model with the schizotypy-creativity connection2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
Review of: The happiness hypothesis: Finding modern truth in ancient wisdom2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
Schizotypy and mental health amongst poets, visual artists, and mathematicians2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
Schizotypy, creativity and mating success in humans2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
The creating brain: The neuroscience of genius.2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
The evolution of personality variation in humans and other animals2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
The Paranoid Optimist : An Integrative Evolutionary Model of Cognitive Biases2006
Professor Daniel Nettle
A cross-cultural investigation of the role of foot size in physical attractiveness2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
An evolutionary approach to the extraversion continuum2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
Exuberance: The passion for life2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
Happiness: The Science behind your Smile2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
Longitudinal analysis of the effect of prenatal nicotine exposure on subsequent smoking behavior of offspring2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
Season of birth variation in sensation seeking in an adult population2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
The evolution of cognitive bias2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
The wheel of fire and the mating game: Exploring the foundations of drama2005
Professor Daniel Nettle
Adaptive illusions: Optimism, control and human rationality2004
Professor Daniel Nettle
Evolutionary origins of depression: A review and reformulation2004
Professor Daniel Nettle
Experiment: Conversations in art and science [book review]2004
Professor Daniel Nettle
The psychology of art and the evolution of the conscious brain2004
Professor Daniel Nettle
Hand laterality and cognitive ability: A multiple regression approach2003
Professor Daniel Nettle
Intelligence and class mobility in the British population2003
Professor Daniel Nettle
Linguistic and genetic affinities between human populations in Africa and Eurasia2003
Professor Daniel Nettle
Height and reproductive success in a cohort of British men2002
Professor Daniel Nettle
Women's height, reproductive success and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in modern humans2002