Dunn M.J. & McLean, H. (2015). Jealousy-Induced Sex Differences in Eye Gaze Directed at Either Emotional- or Sexual Infidelity–Related Mobile Phone Messages
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 18(1), 37-40. DOI:10.1089/cyber.2014.0351
Dunn, M.J. (2015). Effect of the Experimental Manipulation of Status-revealing Contextual Cues on Male Attractiveness pp.95-14. In: A. Rennolds (Ed.)
Psychology of Interpersonal Perception and Relationships. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-63463-131-0
Dunn, M.J & Hill, A. (2014). Manipulated luxury-apartment ownership enhances opposite-sex attraction in females but not males.
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 12(1), 1–17 DOI: 10.1556/JEP.12.2014.1.1
Dunn, M.J., Brinton, S., & Clark, L (2010) Universal sex differences in online advertisers age preferences: Comparing data from 14 cultures and 2 religious groups.
Evolution and Human Behavior, 31(6):383-393 doi:10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2010.05.001
Dunn, M.J & Doria, M.V. (2010) Simulated attraction increases opposite-sex attractiveness ratings in females but not males.
Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology, 4(1):1-17 www.jsecjournal.com - 2010, 4(1), 1-17.
Dunn, M.J & Searle, R (2010) Effect of manipulated prestige car ownership on both sex attractiveness ratings
British Journal of Psychology, 101(1):69-80 DOI:10.1348/000712609X417319
Dunn, M.J., Rhodes, S.E.V., & Killcross, A.S. (2010) Lesions of the prelimbic prefrontal cortex prevent response conflict produced by action-outcome associations.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63(3):417-424 DOI:10.1080/17470210903411049
Dunn, M.J & Killcross, AS (2007) Medial Prefrontal Cortex infusion of α-flupenthixol attenuates d-amphetamine-induced disruption of conditional discrimination performance
Dunn, M.J & Killcross, AS (2007) Clozapine, SCH 23390 and α-Flupenthixol but not Haloperidol attenuate phencyclidine-induced disruption of conditional discrimination performance
Dunn, M.J & Killcross, AS (2006) Clozapine but not Haloperidol treatment reverses sub-chronic phencyclidine-induced disruption of conditional discrimination performance
Behavioural Brain Research, 175: 271-277
Dunn, M.J & Killcross, AS (2006) Differential attenuation of d-amphetamine-induced disruption of conditional discrimination performance by dopamine and serotonin antagonists
Dunn, M.J., Futter, D., Bonardi, C. & Killcross A.S. (2005) Attenuation of d-amphetamine-induced disruption of conditional discrimination performance by α-flupenthixol
Dunn, M.J., Copelston, M, Workman, L. (2004) Trade-offs and seasonal variation in territorial defence and predator evasion in the European Robin
Erithacus rubecula. IBIS, 146:77-84
Dunn, M.J., Killcross, A.S. (2002) Attenuation of the disruptive effects of systemic d-amphetamine on conditional discrimination performance by intra-PFC α-flupenthixol. 2002 abstract Viewer/Itenerary Planner.
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Michael J. Dunn is a Senior Lecturer for the BSc(Hons) Psychology degree in the Department of Applied Psychology within the Cardiff School of Health Sciences. He has a PhD from the University of Wales Cardiff and subsequently worked there as a Post-doctoral Research Associate.
He was awarded a PGC (HE) from Cardiff Metropolitan University and prior to being awarded his PhD obtained a first class honours degree from the University of Glamorgan. He is also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and a member of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES). He has interest and expertise in two main areas of research, the Cognitive deficits that accompany schizophrenia (PhD and Post-doctoral research) and in Human Evolutionary Psychology (research currently ongoing at Cardiff Met).
Michael’s research has been published widely in internationally acclaimed high impact journals in both fields such as Evolution and Human Behavior, The British Journal of Psychology, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Psychopharmacology and Behavioural Brain Research and he is currently developing national and international links with other reputable academics with shared interests in order to foster future research collaborations.
Michael appears regularly on both TV and radio in connection with his research into the evolutionary basis of attraction/attractiveness and human mating/sexual behaviour.