Smith, K.M., & Apicella, C.L. Partner choice in human evolution: The role of character, hunting ability, and reciprocity in Hadza campmate selection. [OSF]
Smith, K.M., & Apicella, C.L. Hadza hunter-gatherers disagree on perceptions of moral character. In press at Social Psychological and Personality Science. [OSF]
Smith, K.M., Larroucau, T., Mabulla, I.A., & Apicella, C.L. Hunter-gatherers maintain assortativity in cooperation despite high-levels of residential change and mixing. Current Biology, 28, 3152-3157. [SI] [OSF] [Video]
Smith, K.M., Olkhov, Y.O., Puts, D.A., & Apicella, C.L. Hadza men with lower voice pitch have better hunting reputation. Evolutionary Psychology, 15(4), 1-12. [OSF]
Smith, K.M., & Apicella, C.L. Winners, losers, and posers: The effects of power-posing on testosterone and risk-taking following a physical competition. Hormones and Behavior, 92, 171-181.