Andrea Meltzer
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Body image and marital satisfaction: evidence for the mediating role of sexual frequency and sexual satisfaction.
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
Journal of Family Psychology 24 (2), 156, 2010
Sex differences in the implications of partner physical attractiveness for the trajectory of marital satisfaction.
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty, GL Jackson, BR Karney
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (3), 418, 2014
Though they may be unaware, newlyweds implicitly know whether their marriage will be satisfying
JK McNulty, MA Olson, AL Meltzer, MJ Shaffer
Science 342 (6162), 1119-1120, 2013
Quantifying the sexual afterglow: The lingering benefits of sex and their implications for pair-bonded relationships
AL Meltzer, A Makhanova, LL Hicks, JE French, JK McNulty, TN Bradbury
Psychological Science 28 (5), 587-598, 2017
Marital satisfaction predicts weight gain in early marriage.
AL Meltzer, SA Novak, JK McNulty, EA Butler, BR Karney
Health psychology 32 (7), 824, 2013
Capturing the interpersonal implications of evolved preferences? Frequency of sex shapes automatic, but not explicit, partner evaluations
LL Hicks, JK McNulty, AL Meltzer, MA Olson
Psychological Science 27 (6), 836-847, 2016
Student ratings of a male and female professors’ lecture on sex discrimination in the workforce
MH Abel, AL Meltzer
Sex Roles 57 (3), 173-180, 2007
Implications of life-history strategies for obesity
JK Maner, A Dittmann, AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (32), 8517-8522, 2017
The validity of sex-differentiated mate preferences: Reconciling the seemingly conflicting evidence.
NP Li, AL Meltzer
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 9 (2), 89, 2015
Men still value physical attractiveness in a long-term mate more than women: Rejoinder to Eastwick, Neff, Finkel, Luchies, and Hunt (2014).
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty, GL Jackson, BR Karney
American Psychological Association 106 (3), 435, 2014
Marriages are more satisfying when wives are thinner than their husbands
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty, SA Novak, EA Butler, BR Karney
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (4), 416-424, 2011
Attentional and evaluative biases help people maintain relationships by avoiding infidelity.
JK McNulty, AL Meltzer, A Makhanova, JK Maner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (1), 76, 2018
Social support and weight maintenance in marriage: The interactive effects of support seeking, support provision, and gender.
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty, BR Karney
Journal of Family Psychology 26 (5), 678, 2012
Who is sexually faithful? Own and partner personality traits as predictors of infidelity
EE Altgelt, MA Reyes, JE French, AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 35 (4), 600-614, 2018
The association between discontinuing hormonal contraceptives and wives’ marital satisfaction depends on husbands’ facial attractiveness
VM Russell, JK McNulty, LR Baker, AL Meltzer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (48), 17081-17086, 2014
“Tell me I'm sexy... and otherwise valuable”: Body valuation and relationship satisfaction
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
Personal Relationships 21 (1), 68-87, 2014
Contrast effects of stereotypes:“Nurturing” male professors are evaluated more positively than “nurturing” female professors
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
The Journal of Men’s Studies 19 (1), 57-64, 2011
Who is having more and better sex? The Big Five as predictors of sex in marriage
AL Meltzer, JK McNulty
Journal of Research in Personality 63, 62-66, 2016
Mate preferences for warmth-trustworthiness predict romantic attraction in the early stages of mate selection and satisfaction in ongoing relationships
KA Valentine, NP Li, AL Meltzer, MH Tsai
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (2), 298-311, 2020
Honeymoon vacation: Sexual-orientation prejudice and inconsistent behavioral responses
DM Howerton, AL Meltzer, MA Olson
Basic and applied social psychology 34 (2), 146-151, 2012
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