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Hagen EH, Roulette CJ, Sullivan RJ. 2013. Explaining human recreational use of ‘pesticides’: the neurotoxin regulation model of substance use vs. the hijack model and implications for age and sex differences in drug consumption. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 4: 142. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2013.00142

Brüne M, Belsky J, Fabrega H, Feierman JR, Gilbert P, Glantz K, Polimeni J, Price JS, Sanjuan J, Sullivan R, Troisi A, Wilson DR. 2012. The crisis of psychiatry – insights and prospects from evolutionary theory. World Psychiatry, 11:1, 55-57.

Sullivan RJ, Hagen EH 2011. But is it evolution...? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 34: 322-323.

Lyle HF, Sullivan RJ. 2010. Cognitive adaptation and collective action: The P2P file sharing phenomenon. In N Kock (ed) "Evolutionary Psychology and Information Systems Research: A New Approach to Studying the Effects of Modern Technologies on Human Behavior". Springer. Pp 169-191.

Forbey JS, Harvey AL, Huffman MA, Provenza F, Sullivan RJ, Tasdemir D. 2009. Exploitation of secondary metabolites by animals: A behavioral response to homeostatic challenges. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: 3, 314-328.

Schmidt R, Morris G, Hagen EH, Sullivan RJ, P Hammerstein, Kempter R. 2009. The dopamine puzzle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 27, E75.

Hagen EH, Sullivan RJ, Schmidt R, Morris G, Kempter R, Hammerstein P. 2009. Ecology and neurobiology of toxin avoidance and the paradox of drug reward. Neuroscience 160: 69-84.

Lyle, HF, EA Smith, and RJ Sullivan. 2009. Blood donations as costly signals of donor quality. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest) 7:4, 263-286.

Sullivan RJ, Hagen E, Hammerstein P. 2008. Revealing the paradox of drug reward in human evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 275: 1640, 1231-1241.

Sullivan RJ, Allen JS, Nero KL. 2007. Schizophrenia in Palau: A biocultural analysis. Current Anthropology 48: 2, 189-213.

Sullivan RJ, Andres S, Otto C, Miles W, Kydd R. 2007. The effects of an indigenous muscarinic drug, betel nut (Areca catechu), on the symptoms of schizophrenia: A longitudinal study in Palau, Micronesia. American Journal of Psychiatry 164: 4, 670-673.

Lyle HF, Sullivan RJ. 2007. Competitive status signaling in peer-to-peer file-sharing networks. Evolutionary Psychology 5: 2, 363-382.

Sullivan RJ, Lyle H. 2005. Economic models are not evolutionary models. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28: 6, 836.

Sullivan RJ, Allen JS. 2004. Natural selection and schizophrenia. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27: 6, 865-866.

Sullivan RJ, Hagen EH. 2002. Psychotropic substance-seeking: evolutionary pathology or adaptation? Addiction 97: 4, 389-400. Special issue E. Hill & D Newlin eds. Evolutionary Psychobiological Approaches to Addiction.

Sullivan RJ, Allen JS. 2002. Impaired Machiavellian social dexterity in schizophrenia: Clinical implications. Compendium Series: Psychosis and Schizophrenia, 1: 11-12.

Sullivan RJ, Allen JS, Otto C, Tiobech J, Nero K. 2000. The effects of chewing betel nut (Areca catechu) on the symptoms of people with schizophrenia in Palau, Micronesia. The British Journal of Psychiatry 177: 174-178.

Sullivan RJ, Allen JS. 1999. Social deficits associated with schizophrenia defined in terms of interpersonal machiavellianism. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 99: 148-154.

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