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Patricia H. Hawley
Patricia H. Hawley
Texas Tech University, College of Education
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Disentangling the" whys" from the" whats" of aggressive behaviour
T Little, C Henrich, S Jones, P Hawley
International Journal of Behavioral Development 27 (2), 122-133, 2003
13082003
The ontogenesis of social dominance: A strategy-based evolutionary perspective
PH Hawley
Developmental review 19 (1), 97-132, 1999
12011999
The evolutionary basis of risky adolescent behavior: implications for science, policy, and practice.
BJ Ellis, M Del Giudice, TJ Dishion, AJ Figueredo, P Gray, V Griskevicius, ...
Developmental psychology 48 (3), 598, 2012
10072012
Prosocial and coercive configurations of resource control in early adolescence: A case for the well-adapted Machiavellian
PH Hawley
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 279-309, 2003
9762003
Social dominance and prosocial and coercive strategies of resource control in preschoolers
PH Hawley
International Journal of Behavioral Development 26 (2), 167-176, 2002
4172002
Strategies of control, aggression, and morality in preschoolers: An evolutionary perspective
PH Hawley
Journal of experimental child psychology 85 (3), 213-235, 2003
4012003
Aggression and adaptation: The bright side to bad behavior
TD Little, PC Rodkin, PH Hawley
Routledge, 2007
389*2007
Rethinking aggression: A typological examination of the functions of aggression
TD Little, J Brauner, SM Jones, MK Nock, PH Hawley
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 343-369, 2003
3472003
The allure of a mean friend: Relationship quality and processes of aggressive adolescents with prosocial skills
PH Hawley, TD Little, NA Card
International Journal of Behavioral Development 31 (2), 170-180, 2007
3462007
Winning friends and influencing peers: Strategies of peer influence in late childhood
PH Hawley, TD Little, M Pasupathi
International Journal of Behavioral Development 26 (5), 466-474, 2002
3052002
Social dominance in childhood and adolescence: Why social competence and aggression may go hand in hand
PH Hawley
Aggression and adaptation: The bright side to bad behavior, 1-29, 2007
2592007
Forms and functions of aggression in adolescent friendship selection and influence: A longitudinal social network analysis
JJ Sijtsema, T Ojanen, R Veenstra, S Lindenberg, PH Hawley, TD Little
Social Development 19 (3), 515-534, 2010
2422010
The myth of the alpha male: A new look at dominance-related beliefs and behaviors among adolescent males and females
PH Hawley, TD Little, NA Card
International Journal of Behavioral Development 32 (1), 76-88, 2008
2132008
Three views of the agentic self: A developmental synthesis.
TD Little, PH Hawley, CC Heinrich, KW Marsland
University of Rochester press, 2002
1832002
On winning some and losing some: A social relations approach to social dominance in toddlers
PH Hawley, TD Little
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 185-214, 1999
1741999
The evolution of personality and individual differences
DM Buss, PH Hawley
Oxford University Press, 2010
1732010
The academic conference as a chilly climate for women: Effects of gender representation on experiences of sexism, coping responses, and career intentions
J Biggs, PH Hawley, M Biernat
Sex Roles 78, 394-408, 2018
1312018
Physical attractiveness in preschoolers: Relationships with power, status, aggression and social skills
PH Hawley, SE Johnson, JA Mize, KA McNamara
Journal of school psychology 45 (5), 499-521, 2007
1302007
Evolution and personality: A new look at Machiavellianism
PH Hawley
Handbook of personality development, 147-161, 2006
1272006
Theories of social competence from the top-down to the bottom-up: A case for considering foundational human needs
KN Stump, JM Ratliff, YP Wu, PH Hawley
Social behavior and skills in children, 23-37, 2009
1252009
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