Martie G. Haselton, PhD
Professor Department of Psychology, Department of Communication Studies, Institute for Society and Genetics
Tools and Techniques: laboratory experiments, hormone assessments, genetic typing (with colleagues), surveys
Interests: Social endocrinology of human intimate relationships and sexuality; health implications of intimate relationships and sexuality. Specific topics include women's sexuality, sex differences, effects of ovulation on human social behavior, social regulation of fertility, and breastfeeding and maternal health
I am an interdisciplinary evolutionary scientist who studies how evolution has shaped the social mind. I am broadly interested in human intimate relationships and sexuality, their endocrine foundations, and links of these relationships to health.