• Publications
  • Influence
Sex differences in aggression between heterosexual partners: a meta-analytic review.
  • J. Archer
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological bulletin
  • 1 September 2000
Meta-analyses of sex differences in physical aggression to heterosexual partners and in its physical consequences are reported. Women were slightly more likely (d = -.05) than men to use one or moreExpand
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Sex Differences in Aggression in Real-World Settings: A Meta-Analytic Review
Meta-analytic reviews of sex differences in aggression from real-world settings are described. They cover self-reports, observations, peer reports, and teacher reports of overall direct, physical,Expand
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Testosterone and human aggression: an evaluation of the challenge hypothesis
  • J. Archer
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
  • 31 December 2006
Research on testosterone-behavior relationships in humans is assessed in relation to a version of the challenge hypothesis, originally proposed to account for testosterone-aggression associations inExpand
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An Integrated Review of Indirect, Relational, and Social Aggression
  • J. Archer, S. Coyne
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 1 August 2005
Over the last decade, researchers have found that girls may be just as aggressive as boys when manipulative forms of aggression, such as gossiping and spreading rumors, are included. These forms ofExpand
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Does sexual selection explain human sex differences in aggression?
  • J. Archer
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Behavioral and brain sciences
  • 1 August 2009
I argue that the magnitude and nature of sex differences in aggression, their development, causation, and variability, can be better explained by sexual selection than by the alternative biosocialExpand
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Intimate Terrorism and Common Couple Violence
This study sought to both replicate and considerably extend the findings of Johnson (1999) that there are two distinct subgroups of physical aggression within relation-ships: intimate terrorism andExpand
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Cross-Cultural Differences in Physical Aggression Between Partners: A Social-Role Analysis
  • J. Archer
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 1 May 2006
In developed western nations, both sexes commit acts of physical aggression against their partners. Data from 16 nations showed that this pattern did not generalize to all nations. The magnitude andExpand
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The influence of testosterone on human aggression.
  • J. Archer
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • British journal of psychology
  • 1 February 1991
Animal studies show clear evidence for a causal link between testosterone and aggression. This review assesses studies involving androgens, principally testosterone, and human aggression. EvidenceExpand
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We're not friends anymore! unless... : The frequency and harmfulness of indirect, relational, and social aggression
The frequency of items of indirect, relational, social, verbal, and physical aggression was assessed in the school environment of 422 adolescents, using the Indirect/Social/Relational AggressionExpand
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