Bradshaw, H. K., Cunningham, K. & Hill, S. E. (in press). Known by the company she keeps: Women's friendship preferences influence interpersonal evaluations. Personality and Individual Differences. (pdf)
Bradshaw, H. K., Mengelkoch, S., Espinosa, M., Darrell A., & Hill, S. E. (in press). You are what you (are willing to) eat: Willingness to try new food impacts perceptions of sexual unrestrictedness and desirability. Personality and Individual Differences. (pdf)
Russell, E. M., Bradshaw, H. K., Rosenbaum, M. S., Hill, S. E., & Russell-Bennett, R. (2021). Intrasexual female competition and female trust in gay male sales associates’ recommendations. Psychology and Marketing, 38(2), 249-265. (pdf)
Gassen, J., Mengelkoch S., Bradshaw, H. K., & Hill, S. E. (2020). Does the Punishment Fit the Crime (and Immune System)? A Potential Role for the Immune System in Regulating Punishment Sensitivity. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1263. (pdf)
Bradshaw, H. K., Mengelkoch S., & Hill, S. E. (2020). Hormonal contraceptive use predicts decreased perseverance and therefore performance on some simple and challenging cognitive tasks. Hormones and Behavior, 119, 104652. (pdf)
Bradshaw, H. K., Rodeheffer, C. D., & Hill, S. E. (2020). Scarcity, sex, and spending: Recession cues increase women's desire for men owning luxury products and men's desire to buy them. Journal of Business Research, 120, 561-568. (pdf)
Hill, S. E., Baskett, K., Bradshaw, H. K., Prokosch, M. L., DelPriore, D. J., & Rodeheffer, C. D. (2016). Tempting foods and the affordability axiom: Food cues change beliefs about the costs of healthy eating. Appetite107, 274-279. (pdf)