ACTSI Investigator Dr. Kim Wallen in the News

Kim Wallen, PhD, ACTSI investigator and Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of psychology and behavioral neuroendocrinology, Emory University

eScienceCommons | Having a Y chromosome doesn't affect women's response to sexual images, brain study shows
November 10, 2014

The Health Site | Medical Xpress | Is Y chromosome really the sex-determining chromosome?
November 6, 2014

Associated Press via ABC News | Female libido drug remains in limbo
December 11, 2013

New York Times | In hookups, inequality still reigns
November 11, 2013

LiveScience | Mean girls: Women evolved to be catty?
October 27, 2013

Washington Post | Lust, monkeys and the science of human desire
August 12, 2013

New Scientist | Fancy a game of Tetris?
October 24, 2012

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