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2022 / in-press

Komatsu H, Kubota H, Tanaka N, Ohashi H, Griffin M, Link J, Geher, G., & Fisher, M. L. (2022) Searching for the universality of nudging: A cross-cultural comparison of the information effects of reminding people about familial support. PLoS ONE 17(11): e0277969. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0277969

Komatsu, H., Kubota, H., Tanaka, N., Griffin, M., Link, J., Geher, G., & Fisher, M. L. (2022). Cross-cultural comparison of nudging effects for environmental protection: A case-study of risk-averse attitudes toward disposable plastics. PloS one17(11), e0277183.

Rausch, Z., Redden, C., and Geher, G. (2022). The Value Gap: How Gender, Generation, Personality, and Politics Shape the Values of American University Students . Researchers.One, https://researchers.one/articles/22.07.00005v1

Geher, G. & Wedberg, N. (2022). Positive Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin’s Guide to Living a Richer Life. New York: Oxford University Press. (SOFT COPY)

Di Santo, J. M., Montana, D., Nolan, K., Piyushkumar Patel, J., Geher, G., Marks, K., Redden, C., McQuade, B., Mackiel, A., Link, J., Thomson, G. (Forthcoming). To ghost or to be ghosted: An examination of the social and psychological correlates of ghosting. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium.

 Planke, J., Di Santo, J., & Geher, G. (2022). Emotional and sexual infidelity: Evolutionary origins and large-scale implications. In T. DeLecce & T. Shackelford (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Infidelity. Oxford University Press.

 Geher, G. (in press). Maintaining pedagogical integrity during a pandemic: Be the teacher you are. In J. Michel (Ed.) Higher Education amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Teaching and Supporting Learning through Turbulent Times. Rutgers University Press.

• Wedberg, N., & Geher, G., McQuade, B., & Thomas, D. (in press). Positive evolutionary psychology: The new science of psychological growth. In L. Al-Shawaf (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Evolution and the Emotions. Oxford University Press.

• Mackiel, A., Link, J., & Geher, G. (in press). Dissecting Darwin’s Drama: Understanding the politicization of evolutionary psychology within the academy. In C. Frisby, W. O’Donohue, & & S. Lilienfeld (Eds.) Political Bias in Psychology. Springer.

2021 / in-press

 Ruel, M., De Jesus, A., Cristo, M., Nolan, K., Stewart-Hill, S., DeBonis, A., Goldstein, A., Frederick, M. Geher, G., Alijaj, N., Elyukin, N., Huppert, S., Kruchowy, D., Maurerm, E., Santos, A., Spackman, B., Villegas, A., Widrick, K., Wojszynski, C., & Zezula, V. (2022).  Why Should I Help You? A Study of Betrayal and Helping. Curr Psychol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-022-02954-x

• Geher, G. (2021). Pandemic Teaching: Storm clouds and silver linings. Times Higher Education (invited article). 

• De’Jesús, A. R., Cristo, M., Ruel, M., Kruchowy, D., Geher, G., Nolan, K., Santos, A., Wojszynski, C., Alijaj, N., DeBonis, A., Elyukin, N., Huppert, S., Maurer, E., Spackman, B. C., Villegas, A., Widrick, K., & Zezula, V. (2021). Betrayal, Outrage, Guilt, and Forgiveness: The Four Horsemen of the Human Social-Emotional Experience. The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium9(1), 1-13.

 Rolon, V., Geher, G., Link, J., & Mackiel, A. (2021). Personality correlates of COVID-19 infection proclivity: Extraversion kills. Personality and Individual Differences.

 Sung, A., Geher, G., & Wice, M. (2021). Predictors of Social Estrangements. EvoS Journal, 9, 14-24.

2020

 Geher, G., Jewell, O., Holler, R., Planke, J., Betancourt, K., Baroni, A., Di Santo, J., Gleason, M., & Eisenberg, J. (2020). Politics and Academic Values in Higher Education: Just How Much Does Political Orientation Drive the Values of the Ivory Tower? Self-Published Manuscript. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/BYCF2

 Geher, G. (2020). La política en la Academia: El caso de un estudioMedium. Translated into Spanish by Proyecto Karnayna

 Geher, G. (2020). In defence of old-school teaching during a worldwide crisis. Times Higher Education.

Primavera, N. J., Kruger, D. J., Geher, G., Planke, J. A., & Goldstein, A. (2020). Hot Stuff! The Evolutionary Psychology Behind the Attractiveness of Volunteer Firefighters. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 11, Sp. Iss (1), 94-115.

• Geher, G. Di Santo, J. M., Planke, J., Durso, G., Goldstein, A., Akhmadi, F., Griffin, M., Primavera, N., Rausch, Z., Rodriguez, K., Thomson, G., Weintraub, J. (2020). Dark Parenting: Parents Who Score as High in the Dark Triad Demonstrate Non-Authoritative Parenting Styles. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 11, Sp. Iss (1), 116-143.

• Geher, G. & Wedberg, N. (2020). Positive Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin’s Guide to Living a Richer Life. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G. (2020). An evolutionary perspective on the real problem with increased screen time. This View of Life.

• Geher, G., & Kaufman, S. B., Planke, J., & Di Santo, J. (2020). Mating Intelligence. In R. Sternberg & S. B. Kaufman (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence. UK: Cambridge University Press.

2019

• Geher, G., Rolon, V., Holler, R., Baroni, A., Gleason, M., Nitza, E., Sullivan, G., Thomson, G., & Di Santo, J. M. (2019). You’re dead to me! The evolutionary psychology of social estrangements and social transgressions. Current Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s12144-019-00381-z

• Acevedo BP, Poulin MJ, Geher G, Grafton S, Brown LL.  (2019). The neural and genetic correlates of satisfying sexual activity in heterosexual pair‐bonds. Brain Behav. 2019;e01289. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.1289

• Geher, G., Aydin, G., Baroni, A., Chapleau, D., Dawson, B., Eisenberg, J., Gleason, M., Montgomery, J., Postol, N., Shimkus, A., Tripoli, C., & Wedberg, N. (2019). Do Males Vary More Across the Board? The Extended Bateman’s Principle Hypothesis. The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium8(1), 44-58.

Activity to Demonstrate Natural Selection. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium.

• Geher, G., (2019). Own Your Psychology Major! A Guide to Student Success. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

• Wilson, D. S., Geher, G., Mativetsky, H., & Gallup, A. (2019). Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G., Wilson, D. S., Gallup, A. C., Head, H., & Holler, R. Darwin-Inspired Curricular. (2019). In D. Wilson, G. Geher, H. Mativetsky, & A. Gallup (Eds.), Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

 Geher, G., Waldo, J., Wilson, D. S., & Head, H. (2019). Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education: Interdisciplinarity and Student Success.  Wilson, G. Geher, H. Mativetsky, & A. Gallup (Eds.), Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G., & Rolon, V. (2019). Controversies Surrounding Evolutionary Psychology. In D. Wilson, G. Geher, H. Mativetsky, & A. Gallup (Eds.), Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G., Toback, A., & Wedberg, N. (2019). The Evolutionary Studies Summer Institute at New Paltz: A High-Impact, Condensed Interdisciplinary Educational Experience for Teachers. In D. Wilson, G. Geher, H. Mativetsky, & A. Gallup (Eds.), Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Wilson, D. S., Geher, G., Gallup, A. C., & Mativetsky, H. (2019). Teaching Evolution across the Curriculum: Beyond Campus-Wide Programs. In D. Wilson, G. Geher, H. Mativetsky, & A. Gallup (Eds.), Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G., Di Santo, J., & Planke, J. (2019). Social reputation. In T. Shackelford (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Science. New York: Springer.

2018

• Fell, J., & Geher, G. (2018) Psychological Outcomes Associated with CrossFit, Journal of Evolution and Health, 2(2), Article 7. https://doi.org/10.15310/2334-3591.1071

• Geher, G. (2018). The Dark Triad and the Evolution of Jerks. Wall Street Journal.pdf

• Widman, D., Philip, M., & Geher, G. (2018).  Punishment of Hypothetical Polygamous Marriages. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ebs0000155

 Geher, G. (2018). Turning off the lights is not a great idea. Featured in Times Higher Education article Tips on How to Make Your Lectures Interesting.; (unabridged version reposted for Psychology Today here)

 Geher, G., & McMahan, E. (2018). Evolutionary Psychology and the Functional Nature of Human Behavior (Published Interview). Eye on Psi Chi, 22(3), 8-9. (pdf version here)

• Guitar, A, E., Glass, D. J., Geher, G., &  Suvak, M. K. (2018). Situation-specific emotional states: Testing Nesse and Ellsworth’s (2009) model of emotions for situations that arise in goal pursuit using virtual-world software. Current Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-018-9830-x

2017

• Gruskin, K., & Geher, G. (2018). The Evolved Classroom: Using Evolutionary Theory to Inform Elementary Pedagogy. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 12, 1-13.

• Geher, G., Holler, R., Chapleau, D., Fell, J., Gangemi, B., Gleason, M., Rolon, V., Shimkus, A., & Tauber, B.  (2017). Using Personal Genome Technology and Psychometrics to Study the Personality of the Neanderthals. Human Ethology Bulletin, 3, 34-46.

• Johnsen, L.L., Kruger, D.J., Geher, G., Wiegand, A.G., Shaiber, R.L., & Garcia, J.R. (2017). Youth injuries as a function of sex, life history, and neighborhood safety. Human Ethology Bulletin, 3, 85-108.

 Geher, G., & Jewell, O. (2017). Out of Eden: The Surprising Consequences of Polygamy by David P. Barash, The Quarterly Review of Biology 92, 322-323.

• Geher, G., Betancourt, K., & Jewell, O. (2017). The link between emotional intelligence and creativity. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality.

• Geher, G. (2017). The trick is to always know that there are more solutions than there are problems. Featured in Times Higher Education article What is it Really Like to Head Up a University Department?

• Schmitt, D. P., …. Geher, G., … Hearns, K. et al. (2017). Narcissism and the Strategic Pursuit of Short-Term Mating: Universal Links across 11 World Regions of the International Sexuality Description Project-2. Psychological Topics, 26 (1), 89-137.

• Newmark, R. L., Johnsen, L. L., & Geher, G. (2017). Intrasexual Competition Among Beauty Pageant Contestants. In M. L. Fisher (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Women and Competition. NY: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G. (2017). You’d never hire a behaviourist? At least be honest about it. Times Higher Education.

2016

• Geher, G., & Wedberg, N. A. (2016). Evolutionary Psychology and Warfare. In P. Joseph (Ed.). SAGE Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives. Los Angeles: Sage.

• Johnsen, L. L., & Geher, G. (2016). Fashion as a Set of Signals in Female Intrasexual Competition. In M. L. Fisher (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Women and Competition. NY: Oxford University Press.

• Geher, G., Garcia, J. R., Kaufman, S. B., Kaufman, J., & Dawson, B. B. (2016) The Validity and Structure of Mating Intelligence. Evolution, Mind, and Behaviour. DOI: 10.1556/2050.2016.0001.

 Wedberg, N. A., & Geher, G. (2016). Evolutionary Mismatch and the Large-Scale Shaping of Cultural Norms. ASEBL Journal, 12, 23-24.

• Guitar, A. E., Geher, G., Kruger, D., Garcia, J. R., Fisher, M., & Fitzgerald, C. J. (2016). Defining and interpreting definitions of emotional and sexual infidelity. Current Psychology.

2015

 Geher, G.Carmen, R.Guitar, A.Gangemi, B.Sancak Aydin, G.and Shimkus, A. (2015The evolutionary psychology of small-scale versus large-scale politics: Ancestral conditions did not include large-scale politicsEuropean Journal of Social Psychology, doi: 10.1002/ejsp.2158.pdf

 Geher, G., & Williams, J. (2015). Why study evolutionary psychology? In K. Vaidya (Ed.), Psychology for the Curious: Why Study Psychology. The Curious Academic Publishing.

• Shimkus, A., & Geher, G. (2015). The ethologist’s corner. Human Ethology Bulletin, 30, 16-19.

 Geher, G. (2015). I’m glad that Darwin didn’t crawl into a hole: A response to Meredith’s “A Journal of One’s Own.” Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 9, 770-80. (Google doc version of final submitted draft)

 Kruger, D.J., Fisher, M.L., Fitzgerald, C.J., Garcia, J.R., Geher, G., & Guitar, A.E. (2015). Sexual and emotional aspects are distinct components of infidelity and unique predictors of anticipated distress. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 1, 44-51.

• Dillon, H. M., Adair, L. E., Geher, G., Wang, Z., & Strouts, P. H. (2015). Playing smart: The mating game and mating intelligence. Current Psychology.

• Johnsen, L. L., Guitar, A. E., & Geher, G. (2015). Divorce patterns and the male-to female mortality ratio: is midlife crisis the death of men? EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium6(2), 33-41.

**• Gleason, M. E. (2015). Data Mining: The Future of Psychological Research. or a Runaway Train? EvoS Journal: The Journal of Evolutionary Studies Consortium6(2), 42-45.

2014

 Geher, G. (2014). Evolutionary Psychology 101. New York: Springer.

 Geher, G., & Hall, S. E. (2014). Straightforward Statistics: Understanding the Tools of Research. New York: Oxford University Press.

 Hinshaw, J., Reinbold, T., Geher, M., & Geher, G. (2014). Are Women Given Voice at Psychology Conferences? A Content Analysis of Gender of Presenter at Major Evolutionist and General Psychology Conferences. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium6(2), 17-22.

 Geher, G. (Ed., 2014). The future of evolutionary studies in higher education. Special issue of EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium.

 Geher, G. & Wilson, D. S. (2014). EvoS in a crystal ball: Lessons from the EvoS 2012 Summit. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 6(1), 1-4.

 Geher, G., Sokol-Chang, R., & Waldo, J. (2014). Evolutionary studies in higher education: Interdisciplinarity and student success. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 6(1), 5-11.

**• Glass, D. J., Guitar, A. E., & Carmen, R. A.  (2014). Evolutionary studies from the student perspective. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 6(1), 12-17.

**• Fell, J., Nathan, P., & Tauber, B. R.  (2014). Evolutionary informed research: The future of health and fitness. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 6(1), 80-86.

2013

• Geher, G., & Kaufman, S. B. (2013). Mating intelligence unleashed: The role of the mind in sex, dating, and love. New York: Oxford Univeristy Press. 

 Geher, G. (2013; first published in 2000). Snowshoes. In T. Baker and M. T. Pifer (Eds.), CrossCut: The Voice of a Changing Community. Bangor, Maine: Furbish-Roberts Printing Company. 

 Sokol-Chang, R., Fisher-MacDonnell M. L., Brandon, M., Burch R., Carmen, R. A., Glass D. J., Guitar, A. E., Geher, G., Hinshaw, J., Newmark, R. L., Nicola, S. C., Peterson, A. N., Radktke, S., Tauber, B. R., & Wade, T. J.  (2013). Letter of Purpose of the Feminist Evolutionary Psychology Society. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Pschology, 7, 286-294. (SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE FEMINIST EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY).

 Freeman, P. R. & Geher, G. (2013). Do we really need evolution in our psychology classes? A letter exchange between two colleagues in search of understanding. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 5(2), 138-144.

 Jonason, P. K., Kaufman, S. B., Webster, G. D, & Geher, G. (2013). What lies beneath the Dark Triad Dirty Dozen: Varied relations with the Big Five. Individual Differences Research, 11, 81-90.

 Camargo, M. A., Geher, G., Fisher, M. L., & Arrabaca, A. (2013). The relationship between hypothesized psychological genetic fitness indicators and indices of mating success. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology7(2), 138-162.

• Carmen, R. A., Geher, G., Glass, D. J., Guitar, A. E., Grandis, T. L., Johnsen, L.,Philip, M. M., Newmark, R. L., Trouton, G. T., & Tauber, B. R. (2013). Evolution integrated across all islands of the human behavioral archipelago: All psychology as Evolutionary Psychology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 5(1), 108-126.

• Peterson, A., Carmen, R., & Geher, G. (2013). Ovulatory shifts in mating intelligence.  Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology 2013, 7(1), 66-75.

2012

• Glass, D. J., Wilson, D.S., & Geher, G. (2012). Evolutionary training in relation to human affairs is sorely lacking in higher education. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 4(2), 16-22.

• **Carmen, R. A., Guitar, A. E., Dillon, H. M. (2012). Ultimate answers to proximate questions: The evolutionary motivations behind tattoos and body piercings in popular culture. Review of General Psychology, 16(2), 134-143.

• **Trouton, G. T. (2012). Evolving science of the mind. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 4(2), 52-54.

• **Deaner, R. O., Geary, D. C., Puts, D. A., Ham, S. A., Kruger, J., Fles, E., Winegard, B., & Grandis, T. (2012).  A sex difference in the predisposition for physical competition: Males play sports much more than females even in the contemporary U.S. PloS ONE, 7(11): e49168. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049168.

• Trouton, G. T., Guitar, A. E., Carmen, R. A., Geher, G., & Grandis, T. L. (2012). Olfactory ability to detect ovulatory cues: A function of biological sex, sexual orientation, or both? Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology6(4), 469-479.

• Geher, G. (2012). Hypocrisy revealed (and thoughts on the role of modularity in evolutionary psychology) [Book review of Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite by Robert Kurzban]. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology6(4), 511-514.

2011

• Geher, G. (2011). Evolutionarily informed parenting: A ripe area for scholarship in evolutionary studies. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 3(2), 26-36.

• Peterson, A., Geher, G., & Kaufman, S. B. (2011). Predicting preferences for sex acts: Which traits matter and why? Evolutionary Psychology, 9, 371-389.

• Geher, G., & Kaufman, S. B. (2011). Mating intelligence. In (R. Sternberg & S. B. Kaufman, Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence. Cambridge.

• Chang, R., Geher, G., Waldo, J., & Wilson, D. S. (Eds., 2011). Special issue on the EvoS Consortium. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4(1).

• Carmen, R. A., & Dillon, H. M., Geher, G. (2011). Nerveless spider genitalia and other evolutionary wonders. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4, 68-70. Special issue on EvoS Consortium (R. Chang, G. Geher, J. Waldo, & D. S. Wilson, Eds).

• Dillon, H. M., & Carmen, R. A., Geher, G. (2011). Creatures of Flame. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4, 173-174. Special issue on EvoS Consortium (R. Chang, G. Geher, J. Waldo, & D. S. Wilson, Eds).

• Geher, G., Crosier, B., Dillon, H. M., & Chang, R. (2011). Evolutionary Psychology’s Place in Evolutionary Studies: A Tale of Promise and Challenge. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4, 11-16. Special issue on EvoS Consortium (R. Chang, G. Geher, J. Waldo, & D. S. Wilson, Eds).

• Platek, S., Geher, G., Heywood, L., Stapell, H., Porter, R., & Waters, T. (2011). Walking the walk to teach the talk: Implementing ancestral lifestyle changes as the newest tool in evolutionary studies. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4, 41-51. Special issue on EvoS Consortium (R. Chang, G. Geher, J. Waldo, & D. S. Wilson, Eds).

• Wilson, D. S., Geher, G., Waldo, J., & Chang, R. (2011). The EvoS Consortium: Catalyzing evolutionary training in higher education. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 4, 8-10. Special issue on EvoS Consortium (R. Chang, G. Geher, J. Waldo, & D. S. Wilson, Eds).

• JR Garcia, G Geher, B Crosier, G Saad, D Gambacorta, L Johnsen & E Pranckitas. (2011). The interdisciplinary context of evolutionary approaches to human behavior: a key to survival in the ivory archipelago. Futures, 43, 749-761.

2010

• Carmen, R., Moss Dillon, H., & Geher, G. (2010). History, biology, and politics neatly intertwined: Lee Dugatkin’s newest work as an exemplar of an EvoS education. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 67-71.

• Gullickson, E., Rudnitski, R., & Geher, G. (2010). SUNY New Paltz in the Spotlight. In N. Goodman and J. Hildreth (Eds.) Faculty Senate Bulletin (A Publcation of the State university of New York University Faculty Senate.

 Geher, G. (2010). Evolutionary Psychology is Not Evil! … and Here’s Why! In B. Slife (Ed.), Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Psychological Issues. New York: McGraw Hill. Reprinted with permission from Psihologijske Teme (Psychological Topics).

• Geher, G., & Gambacorta, D. (2010). Evolution is not relevant to sex differences in humans because I want it that way! Evidence for the politicization of human evolutionary psychology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(1), 32-47.

• O’Brien, D., Geher, G., Gallup, A. C., Garcia, J. R., & Kaufman, S. B. (2010). Self-perceived mating intelligence predicts sexual behavior in college students: Empirical validation of a theoretical construct. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 29, 341-362.

2009

• Geher, G. (2009). Accuracy and Oversexualization in Cross-Sex Mind-Reading: AnAdaptationist Approach. Evolutionary Psychology, 7, 331-347.

• Fisher, M. L., Geher, G., Cox, A., Tran, U. S., Hoben, A., Arrabaca, A., Chaize, C. Dietrich, R., Voracek, M. (2009). Impact of relational proximity on distress from infidelity.Evolutionary Psychology, 7, 560-580.

• Knoth, R. L., Benassi, V. A., & Geher, G. (2009). Measurement of the Conjunction Error in Social Judgment: Answer Choice and Answer Justification. Social Behavior and Personality, 37, 481-490.

• Chang, R. I., Geher, G., Waldo, J., & Wilson, D. S. (2009). EvoS for everyone: The launch of the EvoS Journal. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 1, 1-2.

• Wilson, D. S., Geher, G., & Waldo, J. (2009). EvoS: Completing the evolutionary synthesis in higher education. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 1, 3-10.

2008

• Geher, G., & Miller, G. F. (Eds., 2008). Mating Intelligence: Sex, Relationships, and the Mind’s Reproductive System. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

• Geher, G, & Miller, G. F.,& Murphy, J. (2008). Mating intelligence: Toward an evolutionarily informed construct. In G. Geher & G. F. Miller (Eds.), Mating Intelligence: Sex, Relationships, and the Mind’s Reproductive System. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

• Geher, G., Camargo, M. A., &O’Rourke, S., (2008). Future directions in research on mating intelligence. In G. Geher & G. F. Miller (Eds.), Mating Intelligence: Sex, Relationships, and the Mind’s Reproductive System. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

2007

• Geher, G. (2007). Genuinely altruistic hominids spotted in New York’s Hudson Valley! Entelechy: Mind and Culture.

• Geher, G., Fairweather, K., Mollette, N., Ugonabo, U. Murphy, J. W.& Wood, N.(2007). Sex differences in response to cues of parental investment: An evolutionary social psychological perspective. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, & Cultural Psychology, 1, 18-34.

• Geher, G. & Kaufman, S. B. (2007). The mating intelligence scale. Psychology Today, 40, 78-79.

• Landolfi, J., Geher, G., & Andrews, A. (2007). The role of stimulus-specificity on infidelity reactions: Seeing is disturbing. Current Psychology.

• Nelson, H., & Geher, G. (2007). Mutual grooming in human dyadic relationships: An ethological perspective. Current Psychology.

2006

• Geher, G. (2006). Evolutionary psychology is not evil! … and here’s why …Psihologijske Teme (Psychological Topics); Special Issue on Evolutionary Psychology, 15, 181-202.

• Geher, G. (2006). An Evolutionary Basis to Behavioral Differences between Cats and Dogs? An Almost-Serious Scholarly Debate. Entelechy: Mind and Culture.

• Lehr, A.T., & Geher, G. (2006). Differential Effects of Reciprocity and Attitude Similarity across Long versus Short-Term Mating Contexts. The Journal of Social Psychology, 146, 423-439.

• Brackett, M.A., & Geher, G. (2006). Measuring Emotional Intelligence: Paradigmatic Diversity and Common Ground. In J. Ciarrochi, JP Forgas, & JD Mayer (Eds.) Emotional Intelligence and Everyday Life. New York: Psychology Press.

2005

• Clark, S. C., Dover, A. D., Geher, G., & Presson, P. K. (2005). Perceptions of Self and of Ideal Mates: Similarities and Differences Across the Sexes. Current Psychology: Developmental, Learning, Personality, Social.

• Geher, G., Bloodworth, R., Mason, J, Stoaks, C., Downey, H.J., Renstrom, K.L., & Romero, J.F. Motivational Underpinnings of Romantic Partner Perceptions: Psychological and Physiological Evidence (2005). Journal of Personal and Social Relationships, 22, 255-281.

• Geher, G., & White, E. C. (2005). A review of Emotional Intelligence: Science and Myth by Matthews, Zeidner, and Roberts. The Journal of Mind and Behavior.

2004

• Geher, G., Derieg, M., & Downey, H. J. (2004). Required Parental Investment and Mating Patterns: A Quantitative Analysis in the Context of Evolutionarily Stable Strategies. Social Biology, 51, 54-70.

• Geher, G. (Ed., 2004). Measuring Emotional Intelligence: Common Ground and Controversy. New York: Nova Science Publishing.

• Geher, G., & Renstrom, K.L. (2004). Measurement Issues in Emotional Intelligence Research . In G. Geher (Ed.), Measuring Emotional Intelligence. New York: Nova Science Publishing.

• Hall, S.E., & Geher, G. (2004). The Measurement of Emotional Intelligence in Children: The Case of Reactive Attachment Disorder. In G. Geher (Ed.), Measuring Emotional Intelligence. New York: Nova Science Publishing.

• Geher, G., & Renstrom, K.L. (2004). Measuring the Emotion-Perception Component of Emotional Intelligence. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Advances in Psychological Research. New York: Nova Science Publishing.

2003

• Geher, G. (2003). Perceived and actual characteristics of parents and partners: A test of a Freudian model of mate selection. In (N.J. Pallone, Ed.) Love, romance, sexual interaction: Research perspectives from Current Psychology. Doylestown, PA: Transaction Publications.

• Bauman, K.P., & Geher, G. (2003). The Role of Perceived Social Norms on Attitudes and Behavior: An Examination of the False Consensus Effect. Current Psychology: Developmental, Learning, Personality, Social, 21, 293-318.  (Part 1  Part 2)

• Hubbard, S.E.K., & Geher, G. (2003). Patterns of behavior in children with reactive attachment disorder. Journal of Psychology, 137, 145-162.

2002

• Geher, G., Bauman, K.P., Hubbard, S.E.K., & Legare, J. (2002). Self and other obedience estimates: Biases and moderators. The Journal of Social Psychology, 142, 677-689.

2001

• Geher, G., Warner, R.M., & Brown, A. (2001). Predictive validity of the Emotional Accuracy Research Scale. Intelligence, 29, 373-388.

• Thompson, K. L., Geher, G., Stevens, K. F., Stem, S. T., & Lintz, M.K. (2001). Psychological predictors of sexual behaviors related to AIDS transmission.Psychological Reports, 88, 51-67.

2000

• Geher, G. (2000). Perceived and actual characteristics of parents and partners: A test of a Freudian model of mate selection. Current Psychology: Developmental, Learning, Personality, Social, 19, 194-214.  (Part 1  Part 2)