Lindsie Catherine Arthur
Lindsie Catherine Arthur
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In the context of romantic attraction, beautification can increase assertiveness in women
KR Blake, R Brooks, LC Arthur, TF Denson
PLoS One 15 (3), e0229162, 2020
Hormonal contraceptives as disruptors of competitive behavior: Theoretical framing and review
LC Arthur, KV Casto, KR Blake
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 66, 101015, 2022
Female self-sexualization covaries with mate value but not mate availability
LC Arthur, RC Brooks, KR Blake
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 6 (3), 277-291, 2020
Testosterone, athletic context, oral contraceptive use, and competitive persistence in women
KV Casto, LC Arthur, DK Hamilton, DA Edwards
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1-27, 2021
Fertility predicts self-development-oriented competitiveness in naturally cycling women but not hormonal contraceptive users
LC Arthur, KR Blake
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 8 (4), 489-519, 2022
Hormonal contraceptive use and cycle phase effects on competitive persistence: Progesterone as a mediating mechanism (Stage 1 Registered Report)
K Casto, K Blake, LC Arthur
PsyArXiv, 2021
Women in their mid-follicular phase outcompete hormonal contraceptive users, an effect partially explained by relatively greater progesterone and cortisol reactivity to competition
KV Casto, LC Arthur, S Lynch-Wells, KR Blake
Psychoneuroendocrinology 157, 106367, 2023
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