Poster Session

01 Jun 2017
06:00 - 08:00
Student Union Jordan Ballroom

Poster Session

The ever-lively poster session will be hosted with an appetizer reception in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom A/B/C 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Presenting a Poster?

Presenters need to stand by their poster(s) during the entire poster session. Presenters are responsible for the setup and take down of their poster.  Setup may occur immediately preceding the poster session and presenters should take down their poster immediately following the conclusion of the poster session.  Posters that are not removed will be discarded.  Adhesive Velcro will be provided to set up your poster.

The maximum size of the poster should be: 46’’ x 46’’, but smaller posters are recommended (for instance, 46’’ wide by 34.5’’ high if your preference is landscape or reverse if your preference is portrait).   Note: Poster size can be manipulated in Page Setup of PowerPoint.

If this is your first poster presentation, we recommend that you utilize resources on best practices for poster creation.  Here is one useful website: https://academics.boisestate.edu/studentresearch/poster-presentations/. Note: If you use the poster template from this website, it is set up for 48’’ (wide) by 36’’ (high), please adjust these dimensions for your HBES poster.

Poster Presentations for HBES 2017

*Ordered alphabetically by first author

  1. Sexploitation: Perceptions of sexual exploitation cues, attractiveness, and willingness to pursue casual sex Lora Adair (University of Central Arkansas), Ashley Joy (Lyon College), Madolyn Miller (Lyon College)
  2. YouTube: A Twenty-first Century Gurukul Naga Shilpa Alamuri (Department of Psychology, Central Michigan University), Stephen M. Colarelli (Central Michigan University)
  3. Self-reported Health is Related to Mate Value in Undergraduate Men and Women Graham Albert (Boston University), Steven Arnocky (Nipissing University)
  4. Who Should We Trust Sexually? Personality Traits as Predictors of Sexual Infidelity Emma Altgelt (Florida State University), Melanie Reyes (Florida State University), Juliana E. French (Florida State University), Andrea L. Meltzer (Florida State University), James K. McNulty (Florida State University)
  5. The evolution of gendered toxin defense pathways: Smoking, ethnicity, and reproduction Tiffany Alvarez (Washington State University)
  6. Why do friendships end? Investigating features of same-sex friendship dissolution Jessica Ayers (Arizona State University), Jaimie Arona Krems (Arizona State University), Athena Aktipis (Arizona State University)
  7. The Target of Male Mate Guarding is Predicted by the Initiator of Infidelity Nicole Barbaro (Oakland University), Steven Ford (Oakland University), Todd K. Shackelford (Oakland University), Virgil Zeigler-Hill (Oakland University)
  8. Rational Moral Intuitions María Teresa Barbato (Social Complexity Research Center (CICS), Chile), Leda Cosmides (Center for Evolutionary Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara), Danie Sznycer(Center for Evolutionary Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara) and Ricardo Guzmán (Social Complexity Research Center (CICS), Chile)
  9. Mind and Culture as Shared Self-Deception: Challenges to Scientific Testing John Oakley Beahrs (Oregon Health and Science University)
  10. Effects of Exogenous Testosterone Administration and Time-Pressure on Cooperation in Healthy Young Men Brian M. Bird (Simon Fraser University), Triana L. Ortiz (Nipissing University), Neil V. Watson (Simon Fraser University), & Justin M. Carré (Nipissing University)
  11. Men prefer women with high residual fertility Jeanne Bovet (Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse), Mélissa Barkat-Defradas (University of Montpellier), Valérie Durand (Institute of Evolutionary Sciences in Montpellier), Charlotte Faurie (Institute of Evolutionary Sciences in Montpellier), Michel Raymond (Institute of Evolutionary Sciences in Montpellier)
  12. Beggars Can’t Be Choosers: Disgust Sensitivity Provides a Status Cue Hannah Bradshaw (Texas Christian University), Sarah E. Hill (Texas Christian University)
  13. Mimicking desirable mates: Psychopathy as a sexual exploitation strategy to reproduce Kristopher Brazil (Carleton University), Adelle Forth (Carleton University)
  14. Mating, Morality, and Models of Personality Evelyn Brosius (DePauw University), Scott Ross (DePauw University), Kevin Moore (DePauw University)
  15. When walking away doesn’t win the day: Reassessing the evolution of cooperation in space Justin Brown (Department of Anthropology, Washington State University), Luke S. Premo (Department of Anthropology, Washington State University; Department of Human Evolution, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
  16. Evolutionarily relevant methods for testing the generalizability of virtual reality. Eve Buck, Davis, R. N., Felton, W. M., Fulgueira, M. N., Lundholm K. R., McCormick, L. M., Onofre-Murillo, J., Pugliese, B. J., Ringer, K., Salinas, O. F. D., & Jackson R. E. (University of Idaho)
  17. Let’s face it: How facial cues are associated with social dominance, health, and personality Jennifer Byrd-Craven (Oklahoma State University), Amber Massey-Abernathy (Missouri State University), Brianna Newport (Bethel College), Ashley Rankin (Oklahoma State University)
  18. Her Body, Her Choice: A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Maternal Investment Behavior Christina M. Carolus (Human Relations Area Files at Yale University), Eric J. Ringen (Human Relations Area Files at Yale University)
  19. Moral foundations theory and performance in a set of economic exchange games Charles Clark (Wichita State University), Carly Bahner (Wichita State University), Elizabeth Ramirez (Wichita State University), Shivani Nagrecha (Wichita State University)
  20. Enactive Horror: An Evolutionary Analysis of Haunted Attractions Mathias Clasen (Aarhus University)
  21. This Old Thing? Exploring Patterns of Modesty in Relation to Sex and Status Jaime Cloud (Western Oregon University), Carin Perilloux (Southwestern University), Cody Welty (Western Oregon University)
  22. Infant Signaling Behaviors and Maternal, Paternal and Alloparental Caregiving Jessica Collins (Washington State University), Courtney L. Meehan (Washington State University)
  23. Different Environmental Threats Differently Affect the Sexes’ Support for Gender Equality Katja Cunningham (Arizona State University), Michael Varnum (Arizona State University)
  24. Principled versus pragmatic punishment: Partner choice selection favours consequentialist reasons for punishing Nathan Dhaliwal (University of British Columbia), Daniel Skarlicki (University of British Columbia), JoAndrea Hoegg (University of British Columbia)
  25. The effect of life history strategy on individual differences in sexual selection Alena Egner (Harvard University), Max Krasnow (Harvard University)
  26. Influence of sex on snake detection in visual search in adult humans: reaction times to target matrices Francisco J. Esmorís-Arranz (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
  27. Sensationalism in Electronic News : A Systematic Literature Review William Evans (University of Alabama)
  28. Partner Physical Attractiveness Differentially Predicts Men’s and Women’s Relationship Satisfaction Among Maximizers but not Among Satisficers Juliana French (Florida State University), Andrea Meltzer (Florida State University)
  29. Stress: The effects of social and solitary learning on salivary hormones Karen Fulk (Boise State University), Ross Griffiths (Boise State University), Kimberly Neagle (Boise State University), Kathryn Demps (Boise State University), Tessa Amend (Boise State University), Kayla Downs (Boise State University), Michaela Eugster (Boise State University), Scott May (Boise State University), Shane Scaggs (Oregon State University), Kristin Snopkowski (Boise State University)
  30. Women’s Food Sharing in Siberia: Frequency of Transfer versus Amounts Given Karen Fulk (Boise State University), John P. Ziker (Boise State University)
  31. The Affective Roots of Culture and Cognition Rami Gabriel (Columbia College Chicago), Dr. Stephen T. Asma (Columbia College Chicago)
  32. Interleukin-1β Promotes Investment in Present Versus Future Outcomes Jeffrey Gassen (TCU), Hill, Sarah (Texas Christian University), Proffitt Leyva, Randi ( Texas Christian University), Prokosch, Marjorie (Texas Christian University), White, Jordon (Texas Christian University),  Peterman, Julia (Texas Christian University) Eimerbrink, Micah (Texas Christian University),  Boehm, Gary (Texas Christian University)
  33. Death Management Theory: An Alternative Explanation for Terror Management Phenomena? Ben Gelbart (Arizona State University), Jaimie Krems (Arizona State University)
  34. Evaluating risk-taking in a cooperative context using a tower building task Santiago Gracia Garrido (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)), Robyn Hudson (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Marcos Rosetti (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
  35. The relative contribution of facial shape and surface information to the motivational salience of faces Amanda Hahn (Humboldt State University), Claire Fisher (University of Glasgow), Lisa DeBruine (University of Glasgow), Benedict Jones (University of Glasgow)
  36. Casual Sex and Life History Strategy: Evolutionary Perspectives on the Impact of Father Absence Jessica Hehman (University of Redlands), Catherine Salmon (University of Redlands)
  37. Affective Neuroscience and Feminism: Theorizing Biosocial Interactionist Models of Human Behavior Leslie Heywood (Binghamton University), Justin R. Garcia (Indiana University)
  38. Mechanisms of sexual selection on men in a natural fertility population Alex Hill (University of Washington), Alexander K. Hill (University of Washington), Jeremy Koster (University of Cincinnati), Jeffrey Winking (Texas A&M University), John Hunt (Western Sydney University), Robert P. Burriss (University of Basel), and David A. Puts (The Pennsylvania State University)
  39. Human Research Ethics Guidelines Revised: Important Changes for 2018 Elizabeth Hill (University of Detroit Mercy)
  40. Is the environmental vertical illusion responsible for the vertical-horizontal illusion? Jessica Idoine (California State University, Fullerton), Aaron Goetz (California State University, Fullerton)
  41. Porn stars and the girl next door: How evolutionarily novel information influences men’s perceptions of women’s sexuality Hilary R. Keil (California State University, Fullerton), Aaron T. Goetz (California State University, Fullerton), Gorge A. Romero (California State University, Fullerton), Cristian M. Acevedo (California State University, Fullerton)
  42. The “Deconstructive” Logic of Evolutionary Theory Samuel Kimball (University of North Florida)
  43. Why do mating competitors increase religious beliefs? Janae Koger (California State University San Bernardino), Dr. Cari D. Goetz (California State University San Bernardino)
  44. The age-gap and gender do matter! The effect of gender and age difference between siblings on educational achievements. Radim Kuba (Charles University, National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic), Jaroslav Flegr (Charles University, National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic), Jan Havlíček (National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic, Charles University)
  45. Coalition Strength and the Regulation of Moral Self-Interest John Kubinski (Michigan State University), Carlos David Navarrete (Michigan State University)
  46. To Swipe Left or Right? Sex Differences in Tinder Profiles: A Replication Study with New Zealanders Barry X. Kuhle (University of Scranton), William C. Beck, Angelika E. Dzieza, Kimberly D. Lavelle,  Alyssa M. Piranio, Gina N. Correll (All affiliated with University of Scranton)
  47. Depression? Ask the Frontal Lobe! A Hypothesis on Human Personality Types : Frontal Lobe Dominance vs. Limbic System Dominance Sung Hee Kwon
  48. The Role of Personality in Strategy Adaptation for Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma Clay Langley (DePauw University), Scott Ross (DePauw University)
  49. Bilingual Family Communication and the Impact of Language Anxiety on Cortisol Reactivity Hannah Legatzke (University of Notre Dame), Lee T. Gettler (University of Notre Dame)
  50. Cross-cultural preference for facial adiposity Xue Lei (School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews), David Perrett (University of St Andrews)
  51. Biased Recall of Terrorist Violence: A Novel Test of the Male Warrior Hypothesis Miriam Lindner (Aarhus University, Denmark), Lasse Lindekilde (Aarhus University)
  52. Life History Theory and the Tradeoff between Quantity and Quality of Friendships Kennade Long (Oklahoma State University), Ashley Rankin (Oklahoma State University), Jennifer Byrd-Craven (Oklahoma State University)
  53. A Grandparental Investment Hypothesis Based on Differential Time-Graded Decays in Paternity Uncertainty Aryaman Majumdar (The College of Wooster), John G. Neuhoff (The College of Wooster)
  54. Who gets mad and who feels bad? Using mate value discrepancies to predict anger and shame in relationships. Nestor Maria (California State University, San Bernardino), Cari Goetz (California State University, San Bernardino)
  55. Nature Catches The Eye: Human Gaze Behavior As A Measure For Aesthetic Preference Kathrin Masuch (University of Vienna, Austria; Urban Human), Carmen Schwarzl (University of Vienna, Austria), Karolin Einenkel (University of Vienna, Austria), Manuel Weninger (University of Vienna, Austria), Vsevolods Girsovics (University of Vienna, Austria), Elisabeth Oberzaucher (University of Vienna, Austria; Urban Human; University of Ulm, Germany)
  56. Searchers by Nature and Experience: Experience in Search Improves Searching Performance through Decision-Making César Maya (Biomedical Research Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico), Marcos F. Rosetti (Biomedical Research Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico), Luis Pacheco-Cobos (Faculty of Biology, Veracruz University), Robyn Hudson (Biomedical Research Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico)
  57. Autonomic Self-Directed Pain Theory: Mechanisms, Narratives, and Evolutionary Rationale Kevin Meredith
  58. Adults’ reasoning about the properties of God suggests intuitive inferences are not subject to belief revision Spencer Mermelstein (University of California, Santa Barbara), Michael Barlev (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Tamsin C. German (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  59. Evenki sensitivity to weather patterns: an exploration of method and daily activity decisions Karl Mertens
  60. The Dark Triad and Attraction to Sexual Exploitability Cues Kelsey Meyer (California State University, San Bernardino), Cari D. Goetz (California State University, San Bernardino)
  61. I am big on Instagram: The effect of the number of followers on perceived status and mate attractiveness Igor Miklousic (Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar), Laith Al-Shawaf (Bilkent University), Tiffany Matej Hrkalovic (University of Zagreb)
  62. Life history orientation and gambling Sandeep Mishra (University of Regina), Tyler J. S. Meadows (University of Regina); Andrew Templeton (University of Regina)
  63. Are thieves adulterers and adulterers thieves? Exploring whether cheating in one fundamental social domain implies cheating in others Jordan Moon (Arizona State University), Jaimie Arona Krems (Arizona State University), Douglas T. Kenrick (Arizona State University), Adam B. Cohen (Arizona State University)
  64. Sex and the perceived effectiveness of short-term mate poaching acts James Moran (Bucknell University), T Joel Wade (Bucknell University)
  65. Snapchat: An app for sexual access James Moran (Bucknell University), Kelsey Salerno (Bucknell University), T. Joel Wade (Bucknell University)
  66. Hearing Sexual Dimorphism: Perception of Vocal Sex Ratios is Linked to Likelihood of Fertility John Neuhoff (The College of Wooster)
  67. Collegiate Fencing: The Interplay between Team Dynamics and Hormonal Responsiveness Eva Niklinska (University of Notre Dame), Lee T. Gettler (University of Notre Dame)
  68. Do Kinship cues influence prosocial behavior in the Ultimatum Game? Kieran J. O’Shea (University of Glasgow), Iris J., Holzeitner (University of Glasgow), Vanessa Fasolt (University of Glasgow), Anthony J. Lee (University of Glasgow), Benedict C. Jones (University of Glasgow), Lisa M. DeBruine (University of Glasgow)
  69. Appetite for Destruction: Counterintuitive Effects of Attractive Faces on People’s Food Choices Tobias Otterbring (Karlstad University)
  70. Body Mass Index (BMI), Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR), Aggression, and Dominance in Female Undergraduates Jaime Palmer-Hague (Trinity Western University), Alexandra Fuller (Trinity Western University)
  71. Total Fertility Rates and Parental Investment and Environmental Adversity: Putting Life History Theory and Parental Investment Theory to a Global Test Brett Pelham (Montgomery College)
  72. General intelligence is a source of individual differences between species Mateo Peñaherrera-Aguirre (Univeristy of New Brunswick), Heitor Barcellos Ferreira Fernandes (University of Arizona), Michael Anthony Woodley of Menie (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Jan te Nijenhuis (University of Amsterdam), and Aurelio José Figueredo (University of Arizona)
  73. Feeling crowded? Get creative: Crowding cues lead to increases in creative thinking. Marjorie Prokosch (Texas Christian University), Thomas Blue (Texas Christian University), Sarah E. Hill (Texas Christian University)
  74. Sexual and Emotional Fantasy and Same-sex Sexual Behavior in Heterosexual and Mostly Straight Women Relation to the Allomothering Hypothesis Sarah Radtke (Ryerson University)
  75. Sexual and romantic preferences in written erotica Giovanni Randazzo (Oakland Unviersity), Todd Shackelford (Oakland University)
  76. Smiling Faces Sometimes Lawrence Reed (McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School), Oliver Scott Curry (University of Oxford)
  77. Optimal Harvest Strategies for Central Asian Nomads: Pastoral Adaptation to Mixed Cash-Subsistence Economies Adam Reynolds (Emory University), Paul Hooper (Santa Fe Institute), Stefani Crabtree (Pennsylvania State University), Julia Clark (American Center for Mongolian Studies)
  78. Age and gender differences in drug use among hunter-gatherers: social restriction or toxin avoidance? Erik Ringen (Human Relations Area Files at Yale University), Casey J. Roulette (San Diego State University)
  79. Derogation of Known Versus Unknown Competitors in Female Intrasexual Competition Nina Rodriguez (Texas State University), Judith A. Easton
  80. Does Female Promiscuity Increase Religious Beliefs? Testing the Male Control Theory versus the Female Control Theory Vania Rolón (State University of New York at New Paltz), Glenn Geher (State University of New York at New Paltz)
  81. Individual differences in response to “watching eyes” and real cues of observation Amanda Rotella (University of Guelph), Adam Sparks (UCLA), Sandeep Mishra (University of Regina), Pat Barclay (University of Guelph)
  82. A Measurement Model of Life History Ruth Sarafin (Univesity of New Mexico)
  83. Dynamic Change, Social Networks, and Ecological Claims: Current and Future Work on the Alaskan Peninsula Shane Scaggs (Oregon State University), Drew Gerkey (Oregon State University)
  84. Transmission of Animal “Personality Profiles” Via Forager Oral Tradition Michelle Scalise Sugiyama (University of Oregon)
  85. Contagious Yawning as an Affiliative Behavior: Ingroup Outgroup Bias in Contagious Yawning across Race and Gender Espen Sjoberg (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences), Thom Baguley (Nottingham Trent University), Geoff Cole (University of Essex)
  86. Gender differences in the Stroop Colour-Word Test: a meta-analysis Espen Sjoberg (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences), Thom Baguley (Nottingham Trent University), Geoff Cole (University of Essex)
  87. Impulsivity or optimal foraging: a review of delay discounting in an animal model of ADHD Espen Sjoberg (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences), Espen B. Johansen (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences)
  88. Gender differences in a negative priming Stroop task Espen Sjoberg (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences), Antonia D’Souza (University of Essex), Geoff Cole (University of Essex)
  89. Anthropopsychiatry: The Fourth Revolution in Psychiatry and the Comprehensive Science of Human Behavior William Skiba
  90. Work parties and manioc beer in an indigenous Trio village (Suriname) Cole Tobin (University of Missouri-Columbia), Rob Walker (University of Missouri-Columbia)
  91. Do adult sex ratio and violent crime rates predict regional variation in facial dominance perceptions? Evidence from an analysis of US states Jaimie Torrance (Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow), Michal Kandrik (UoG), Anthony Lee (UoG), Lisa DeBruine (UoG), Ben Jones (UoG)
  92. Selective memory and the sex ratio: Attractive women have better memory for how men look when men outnumber women Christopher Watkins (Division of Psychology, Abertay University), David Perrett (University of St Andrews)