Danielle Sulikowski
Danielle Sulikowski
Senior Lecturer, Charles Sturt University
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Of meat and men: Sex differences in implicit and explicit attitudes toward meat
HJ Love, D Sulikowski
Frontiers in psychology 9, 559, 2018
Mate preference priorities in the East and West: A cross‐cultural test of the mate preference priority model
AG Thomas, PK Jonason, JD Blackburn, LEO Kennair, R Lowe, J Malouff, ...
Journal of Personality 88 (3), 606-620, 2020
Learning, retention and coding of nest-associated visual cues by the Australian desert ant, Melophorus bagoti
A Narendra, A Si, D Sulikowski, K Cheng
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (10), 1543-1553, 2007
The masculinity paradox: facial masculinity and beardedness interact to determine women's ratings of men's facial attractiveness
BJW Dixson, D Sulikowski, A Gouda‐Vossos, MJ Rantala, RC Brooks
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (11), 2311-2320, 2016
The role of mating context and fecundability in women’s preferences for men’s facial masculinity and beardedness
BJW Dixson, KR Blake, TF Denson, A Gooda-Vossos, SM O’Dean, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 93, 90-102, 2018
Facial masculinity and beardedness determine men’s explicit, but not their implicit, responses to male dominance
JM Sherlock, B Tegg, D Sulikowski, BJW Dixson
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3, 14-29, 2017
A new viewpoint on the evolution of sexually dimorphic human faces
D Burke, D Sulikowski
Evolutionary Psychology 8 (4), 573-585, 2010
Search strategies of ants in landmark-rich habitats
A Narendra, K Cheng, D Sulikowski, R Wehner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194, 929-938, 2008
Is there an own-race preference in attractiveness?
D Burke, C Nolan, WG Hayward, R Russell, D Sulikowski
Evolutionary Psychology 11 (4), 855-872, 2013
The evolution of holistic processing of faces
D Burke, D Sulikowski
Frontiers in psychology 4, 11, 2013
Food-specific spatial memory biases in an omnivorous bird
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Biology letters 3 (3), 245-248, 2007
Movement and memory: different cognitive strategies are used to search for resources with different natural distributions
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (4), 621-631, 2011
Threat is in the Sex of the Beholder: Men Find Weapons Faster than do Women
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (5), 913-931, 2014
The native versus alien dichotomy: relative impact of native noisy miners and introduced common mynas
KM Haythorpe, D Burke, D Sulikowski
Biological invasions 16, 1659-1674, 2014
Sex-differences in preference for looking at the face or body in short-term and long-term mating contexts
DL Wagstaff, D Sulikowski, D Burke
Evolution, Mind and Behaviour 13 (1), 1-17, 2015
Head tilt and fertility contribute to different aspects of female facial attractiveness
D Sulikowski, D Burke, J Havlíček, SC Roberts
Ethology 121 (10), 1002-1009, 2015
Relative levels of food aggression displayed by Common Mynas when foraging with other bird species in suburbia
K Haythorpe, D Sulikowski, D Burke
Emu Austral Ornithology 112 (2), 129-136, 2012
Reward type influences performance and search structure of an omnivorous bird in an open-field maze
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Behavioural processes 83 (1), 31-35, 2010
Win shifting in nectarivorous birds: selective inhibition of the learned win-stay response
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Animal Behaviour 83 (2), 519-524, 2012
Win-shift and win-stay learning in the rainbow lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus).
D Sulikowski, D Burke
Journal of Comparative Psychology 125 (2), 143, 2011
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