F. T. , & Sbai, Z. (RESEARCH IN PROGRESS). Perceptions of the personalities of
namesaked children as a function of their gender and birth order.
McAndrew, F. T. (IN PRESS)The
namesaking of children as a strategy for managing kin relations and
bonding fathers to their children. Evolutionary
McAndrew, F.T. (2021, January 14). How do we name adopted children? In Out of the Ooze: Navigating the 21st century with a Stone-Age Mind. Psychology Today Magazine Blog.
McAndrew, F.T. (2020, October 5). Why the choice of your child's name matters so much. In Out of the Ooze: Navigating the 21st century with a Stone-Age Mind. Psychology Today Magazine Blog.
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(Also presented as a poster at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Portland, Oregon, February, 2019)
McAndrew, F.T. (2015, August). Mama's
baby, Papa's, MAYBE: Baby names and fathers' anxieties. In Out of the Ooze: Navigating the 21st
century with a Stone-Age Mind. Psychology Today Magazine
McAndrew, F.T., King, J.C., & Honoroff, L.R. (2002). A Sociobiological Analysis of Namesaking Patterns in 322 American Families. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 851-864.
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