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  1. Blue Eyes Help Men Reduce the Cost of Cuckoldry
  2. Strangers look sicker (with implications in times of COVID-19)
  3. Most Findings Obtained With Untimed Visual Illusions Are Confounded
  4. Short term, long term: an unexpected confound in human-mating research
  5. Mental health, mitochondria, and the battle of the sexes
  6. Humans as superorganisms: how microbes, viruses, imprinted genes, and other selfish entities shape our behavior
  7. Infection threat shapes our social instincts
  8. Infection threat shapes our social instincts
  9. Mental health, mitochondria, and the battle of the sexes
  10. Progesterone does raise disgust
  11. Most findings obtained with untimed visual illusions are confounded
  12. Strangers look sicker
  13. Human kin detection
  14. Only attractive women reap the benefits of sexual imprinting
  15. Confounds in “failed” replications
  16. Confounds in “failed” replications
  17. Confounds in “failed” replications
  18. Mitochondria inspire a lifestyle
  19. Mitochondria Inspire a Lifestyle
  20. Systemisers are better at maths
  21. The SNARC effect is associated with worse mathematical intelligence and poorer time estimation
  22. Daughters of blue-eyed fathers prefer blue-eyed men
  23. Our (mother’s) mitochondria and our mind
  24. The Dungeon Illusion
  25. Commentary: From ‘sense of number’ to ‘sense of magnitude’ – The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition
  26. Bread and Other Edible Agents of Mental Disease
  27. Humans as superorganisms: How microbes, viruses, and other selfish entities shape our behavior
  28. How we recognize kin
  29. Stereokinetic Effect, Kinetic Depth Effect, and Structure from Motion
  30. The relation between cognitive-perceptual schizotypal traits and the Ebbinghaus size-illusion is mediated by judgment time
  31. Motion-induced blindness measured objectively
  32. Fathers See Stronger Family Resemblances than Non-Fathers in Unrelated Children’s Faces
  33. Time Estimation Predicts Mathematical Intelligence
  34. Belief in God and in strong government as accidental cognitive by-products
  35. Paradoxical lightness contrast
  36. Human kin recognition is self- rather than family-referential
  37. Visual attentional capture predicts belief in a meaningful world
  38. Men Do not Have a Stronger Preference than Women for Self-resemblant Child Faces
  39. Gating of remote effects on lightness
  40. The best men are not always already taken
  41. The attentional cost of inattentional blindness
  42. Auditory Attention Causes Visual Inattentional Blindness
  43. Dungeons, gratings, and black rooms: A defense of double-anchoring theory and a reply to Howe et al. (2007).
  44. Postscript: The prejudice against frameworks.
  45. Simultaneous Lightness Contrast on Plain and Articulated Surrounds
  46. Inhomogeneous surrounds, conflicting frameworks, and the double-anchoring theory of lightness
  47. The place of white in a world of grays: A double-anchoring theory of lightness perception.
  48. The dark shade of the moon
  49. Parental resemblance in 1-year-olds and the Gaussian curve
  50. Antigravity hills are visual illusions
  51. Chromatic induction in neon colour spreading
  52. Talis Pater, Talis Filius: Perceived Resemblance and the Belief in Genetic Relatedness
  53. Why babies look like their daddies: paternity uncertainty and the evolution of self-deception in evaluating family resemblance
  54. Going round in circles: shape effects in the Ebbinghaus illusion
  55. Why people who believe in the paranormal come across more coincidences
  56. Explaining Lightness Illusions
  57. Simultaneous Lightness Contrast with Double Increments
  58. Neon Color Spreading: A Review
  59. Contextual Effects on Colour Appearance: Lightness and Colour Induction, Transparency, and Illumination
  60. A New Motion Illusion Related to the Aperture Problem
  61. Solving Occlusion Indeterminacy in Chromatically Homogeneous Patterns
  62. A closer look at the dependence of neon colour spreading on wavelength and illuminance
  63. Occlusion, transparency, and stereopsis: A new explanation for stereo capture
  64. What induces capture in motion capture?
  65. Neon Colour Spreading with and without its Figural Prerequisites
  66. The Role of Depth Stratification in the Solution of the Aperture Problem
  67. Revisitation of the luminance conditions for the occurrence of the achromatic neon color spreading illusion
  68. Motion aftereffects with rotating ellipses
  69. Illusory Depth from Moving Subjective Figures and Neon Colour Spreading
  70. A context-dependent illusion in the perception of velocity
  71. Occlusion and the perception of coherent motion
  72. The perception of 3-dimensional affine structure from minimal apparent motion sequences
  73. Wheels: A New Illusion in the Perception of Rolling Objects
  74. Perceptual Alternations in Stereokinesis
  75. Vicario's Illusion of Sloping Steps Reexamined
  76. Subjective Rarefaction in Illusory Figures: The Inadequacy of Apparent Lightness as an Explanation
  77. Learning to See Stereokinetic Effects
  78. Stereokinesis with Moving Visual Phantoms
  79. Multiple 3-D Interpretations in a Classic Stereokinetic Effect
  80. Subjective Contours Can Produce Stereokinetic Effects
  81. The saturn illusion: A new stereokinetic effect
  82. Revisitation of the Family Tie between Münsterberg and Taylor-Woodhouse Illusions
  83. On Misoriented Letters