mgI am a doctoral student in Biological Anthropology at Binghamton University where I work with Dr. Rolf Quam. I received a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Theatre Arts from New Mexico State University in 2010 and a M.A. in Psychology from SUNY New Paltz in 2013. I am interested in feminist evolutionary perspectives with a focus on ovulatory changes, intrasexual competition, and online interactions. Previous research topics include olfactory detection of ovulation, definitions of emotional infidelity, an evolutionary analysis of body ornamentation, and testing an evolutionary model of emotional states using Second Life.

Research Interests

  • Reproductive Health & Ecology
  • Ovulatory Cycle Effects
  • Human Olfaction
  • Gender Identity
  • Competition & Sexual Strategies
  • Social Media
  • Feminist Evolutionary Perspectives
  • Queer Studies

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