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Kevin Rosenfield and Talia Shirazi presented at the Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Boise, Idaho.


Talia presented her work regarding, "Hormonal predictors of within- and between-women variation in sociosexuality."

Kevin gave his presentation on the topic of,  "Men who recall more childhood gender nonconformity have higher salivary testosterone." 

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During his live talk at the Being Human event in February 2016, Dr. David Puts explains how human communication can be more than just an exchange of words. He describes how our voices can give valuable information about sexual selection, and how those voices vary between males and females.

During his live talk at the Being Human event in February 2016, Dr. David Puts explains how human vocal communication can be more than just an exchange of words. He describes how our voices can provide information about mates and competitors, and explores the origins of human sexuality by looking at the evolution of sex differences in the human voice.

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In a new paper from the journal Current Opinion in Psychology, Dr. Puts reviews evidence regarding the strength and mechanisms of sexual selection that shaped men's and women's anatomy, physiology, and behavior over our evolution.