haseltonProfessor Department of Psychology, Department of Communication Studies, Institute for Society and Genetics

Tools and Techniques: laboratory experiments, hormone assessments, genetic typing (with colleagues), surveys

Website: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/comm/haselton

Email: haselton@ucla.edu

Phone: 310-206-7445

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

Personal Statement:
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.