Dr Gillian Brown:

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Dr Gillian Brown

Dr Gillian Brown
Psychology, St Mary's College
University of St Andrews
South Street
St Andrews
KY16 9JP

tel: 01334 463041

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Gillian Brown studies sex differences in behaviour from neuroendocrine, developmental and evolutionary perspectives. Her research investigates topics such as the role of gonadal hormones in the development of sex differences in behaviour and brain function, sex differences in behaviour in human beings, the evolution of mating strategies, and evolutionary perspectives on human behaviour. More information on her research group website ( 


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Evolutionary accounts of human behaviour Kevin Neville Laland, Gillian Ruth Brown
2018 pp. 568-595
Human mate-choice copying is domain-general social learning Alex Thornton, Gillian Ruth Brown, Kevin Neville Laland, Catharine Penelope Cross
Scientific Reports 2018 vol. 8
Sex differences in the use of social information emerge under conditions of risk Gillian Ruth Brown, Catharine Penelope Cross
PeerJ 2018 vol. 6
The social construction of human nature Kevin Neville Laland, Gillian Ruth Brown
2018 pp. 127-144
Evolutionary approaches to human psychology Gillian Ruth Brown, Catharine Penelope Cross
2017 pp. 299-313