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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
TD Little, CC Henrich, SM Jones, PH Hawley
International Journal of behavioral development 27 (2), 122-133, 2003
13322003
The ontogenesis of social dominance: A strategy-based evolutionary perspective
PH Hawley
Developmental review 19 (1), 97-132, 1999
12301999
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
10492012
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
10052003
Social dominance and prosocial and coercive strategies of resource control in preschoolers
PH Hawley
International Journal of Behavioral Development 26 (2), 167-176, 2002
4302002
Strategies of control, aggression, and morality in preschoolers: An evolutionary perspective
PH Hawley
Journal of experimental child psychology 85 (3), 213-235, 2003
4082003
Aggression and adaptation: The bright side to bad behavior
TD Little, PC Rodkin, PH Hawley
Routledge, 2007
391*2007
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
3512007
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
3462003
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
3142002
Social dominance in childhood and adolescence: Why social competence and aggression may go hand in hand
PH Hawley
Aggression and adaptation, 1-29, 2007
2612007
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
2192008
Three views of the agentic self: A developmental synthesis.
TD Little, PH Hawley, CC Heinrich, KW Marsland
University of Rochester press, 2002
1892002
The evolution of personality and individual differences
DM Buss, PH Hawley
Oxford University Press, 2010
1792010
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
1771999
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
1402018
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
1332007
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
1322009
Evolution and personality: A new look at Machiavellianism
PH Hawley
Handbook of personality development, 147-161, 2006
1292006
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