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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Frederick, D. A., & Lever, J. (2008).
Reports of infidelity among 63836 online participants: Who is cheating, why do they cheat, and how do they feel about their affairs?
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Frederick, D. A., Forbes, G. B., Usahacharoenporn, P., Niles, A., & James, D. (2008).
Moderators of the association of appearance surveillance to body dissatisfaction: The roles of gender, ethnicity, and body weight.
Society for Research on Adolescence Conference, Chicago, Il
**Symposium Organizer and Chair: “Objectification and Body Image: The Roles of Media, Age, Gender, Ethnicity, Sexuality, and Country of Origin”

Ghavami, N., Frederick, D. A., & Lever, J. (2006).
Fantasies of same sex and opposite sex contact: Reports from over 7,000 lesbian women and 500 college students.
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Frederick, D. A., Haselton, M.G., & *Laird, K. (2006).
Height and body mass as predictors of lifetime partner number.
Human Behavior and Evolution Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
**Session Chair and Organizer: Life History Theory, Mating, and Cognition

Frederick, D. A. (2006).
The physical trait overvaluation hypothesis.
Human Behavior and Evolution Society Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
**Session Chair and Organizer: Life History Theory, Mating, and Cognition


Frederick, D. A. (2006).
Concerns with penis size, breast size, and body exposure during sexual activity among 54,865 online respondents.
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Western Regional Conference, Redondo Beach, CA.

Frederick, D. A. (2004).
Muscle versus fat-based measures of male body image dissatisfaction.
American Psychological Association Conference, Honolulu, HI.

Frederick, D. A. & Haselton, M.G. (2004).
Muscularity and the immunocompetence hypothesis: Evidence from men and women's sexual behavior and body type preferences.
Evolution, Human Mind, and Behavior Conference, Los Angeles, CA.


Frederick, D. A. (2004).
Women's preferences for different male body types.
Society Scientific Study Sexuality Western Regional Conference, San Diego, CA.

Frederick, D. A., Haselton, G.M., Buchanan, G.M., Gallup, G.G., Jr. (2003).
An evolved preference for muscularity? Evidence from women's preferences for short-term and long-term partners.
Human Evolution and Behavior Conference, Lincoln, NB.

Frederick, D. A. & Haselton, M.,G. (2003).
Muscularity as a communicative signal.
International Communications Association, San Diego, CA.

Frederick, D. A. (2003).
Male body image: the role of muscularity.
Society for Psychological Anthropology, San Diego, CA.

Buchanan, G.M. & Frederick, D. A. (2003).
Preoccupation with body fat among heterosexual and homosexual males.
Midwestern Psychological Association, Madison, WI.

Platek, S.M., Critton, S.R., Burch, R.L., Frederick, D. A., Myers, T.E., & Gallup, G.G., Jr. (2002).
How much resemblance is enough? Sex differences in reactions to resemblance, but not the ability to detect difference.
Evolution and Human Behavior Annual Meeting, New Brunswick, N.J.

INVITED COLLOQUIA

Frederick, D. A., & Manago, A. (2008).
Cross-cultural variation in mating behaviors and preferences: Evolutionary and sociocultural perspectives.
Culture, Brain, and Development Lecture Series, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Frederick, D. A., Huynh, V., & Chang, A. (2008).
How to manage a research team.
UCLA Developmental Psychology Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA

Frederick, D. A. (2007).
The body and society: Body image according to height and sexual orientation.
Culture, Brain, and Development Lecture Series, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Frederick, D. A., Berkman, E., Maisel, N., & Muresan, V. (2007).
Surviving graduate school with style.
UCLA Social Psychology Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA

Frederick, D. A. (2005).
Preferences for muscularity: The role of sexual orientation, culture, and evolution.
Culture, Brain, and Development Lecture Series, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Frederick, D. A. (2003).
Preferences for male muscularity: An evolutionary approach.
UCLA Social Psychology Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA