Kristina M Durante
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Kristina Durante

Post-Doctoral Associate


  • BS 1995
    Mass Communication Boston University

  • MA 2004
    Social Science University of Chicago

  • PhD 2009
    Social Psychology University of Texas at Austin


  • Influences of hormones and the ovulatory cycle on consumption
  • The consumer behavior of women and families

Selected Works

"Oestradiol Level and Opportunistic Mating in Women," Kristina M. Durante and Norman P. Li, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biology Letters, 5, 179-182.
"Changes in Women's Choice of Dress across the Ovulatory Cycle: Naturalistic and Laboratory Task-Based Evidence," Kristina M. Durante, Norman P. Li, and Martie G. Haselton, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1451-1460.
"Ovulation, Female Competition, and Product Choice: Hormonal Influences on Consumer Behavior," Kristina M. Durante, Vladas Griskevicius, Sarah E. Hill, Carin Perilloux, and Norman P. Li, Journal of Consumer Research, (forthcoming).
"Courtship, Competition, and the Pursuit of Attractiveness: Mating Goals Facilitate Health-Related Risk-Taking and Strategic Risk Suppression in Women," Sarah E. Hill and Kristina M. Durante, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, (forthcoming).

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