Colin Holbrook
Colin Holbrook
Associate Professor of Cognitive and Information Sciences, UC Merced
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Threat and defense: From anxiety to approach
E Jonas, I McGregor, J Klackl, D Agroskin, I Fritsche, C Holbrook, K Nash, ...
Advances in experimental social psychology 49, 219-286, 2014
Weapons make the man (larger): Formidability is represented as size and strength in humans
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook, JK Snyder
PloS one 7 (4), e32751, 2012
Maternal defense: breast feeding increases aggression by reducing stress
J Hahn-Holbrook, J Holt-Lunstad, C Holbrook, SM Coyne, ET Lawson
Psychological science 22 (10), 1288-1295, 2011
Parental precaution: Neurobiological means and adaptive ends
J Hahn-Holbrook, C Holbrook, MG Haselton
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (4), 1052-1066, 2011
Political orientation predicts credulity regarding putative hazards
DMT Fessler, AC Pisor, C Holbrook
Psychological Science 28 (5), 651-660, 2017
Conceptual and empirical challenges to the “authentic” versus “hubristic” model of pride.
C Holbrook, J Piazza, DMT Fessler
Emotion 14 (1), 17, 2014
Friends shrink foes: The presence of comrades decreases the envisioned physical formidability of an opponent
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook
Psychological science 24 (5), 797-802, 2013
Factors predicting willingness to share COVID-19 misinformation
EJC Lobato, M Powell, LMK Padilla, C Holbrook
Frontiers in psychology 11, 566108, 2020
Foundations of the Crazy Bastard Hypothesis: Nonviolent physical risk-taking enhances conceptualized formidability
DMT Fessler, LB Tiokhin, C Holbrook, MM Gervais, JK Snyder
Evolution and human behavior 35 (1), 26-33, 2014
Unconscious vigilance: Worldview defense without adaptations for terror, coalition, or uncertainty management.
C Holbrook, P Sousa, J Hahn-Holbrook
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (3), 451, 2011
Looming large in others' eyes: Racial stereotypes illuminate dual adaptations for representing threat versus prestige as physical size
C Holbrook, DMT Fessler, CD Navarrete
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (1), 67-78, 2016
Disgust as a mechanism for decision making under risk: Illuminating sex differences and individual risk-taking correlates of disgust propensity.
AM Sparks, DMT Fessler, KQ Chan, A Ashokkumar, C Holbrook
Emotion 18 (7), 942, 2018
Marching into battle: synchronized walking diminishes the conceptualized formidability of an antagonist in men
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook
Biology letters 10 (8), 20140592, 2014
Synchronized behavior increases assessments of the formidability and cohesion of coalitions
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (6), 502-509, 2016
The morality of harm
P Sousa, C Holbrook, J Piazza
Cognition 113 (1), 80-92, 2009
Stranger danger: Parenthood increases the envisioned bodily formidability of menacing men
DMT Fessler, C Holbrook, JS Pollack, J Hahn-Holbrook
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (2), 109-117, 2014
Moral parochialism and contextual contingency across seven societies
DMT Fessler, HC Barrett, M Kanovsky, S Stich, C Holbrook, J Henrich, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1813), 20150907, 2015
Neuromodulation of group prejudice and religious belief
C Holbrook, K Izuma, C Deblieck, DMT Fessler, M Iacoboni
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (3), 387-394, 2016
Of pathogens and party lines: Social conservatism positively associates with COVID-19 precautions among US Democrats but not Republicans
T Samore, DMT Fessler, AM Sparks, C Holbrook
PloS one 16 (6), e0253326, 2021
Sizing up the threat: The envisioned physical formidability of terrorists tracks their leaders’ failures and successes
C Holbrook, DMT Fessler
Cognition 127 (1), 46-56, 2013
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