Frank McAndrew (Psychology) recently wrote two articles for the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. One of the chapters was on “Costly Signaling Theory” and the second was on “War.”

McAndrew also published an essay in The Conversation that was picked up be many newspapers and internet news outlets including the San Francisco Chronicle, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and The Houston Chronicle. The title of the article was “Why we still fall for the ‘Nigerian Prince‘ scam.” McAndrew’s essay on grieving over the loss of a dog was also recently republished in Upworthy.

During the past month, McAndrew has also done interviews on gossip with the Washington Post and with Prof Magazine, and an interview on “why we are scared of clowns” with Business Insider.

 

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