Dr Wendy Iredale


NameDr Wendy Iredale
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool Of Psychology And Life Sciences

Research outputs

Giving guys get the guys: Men appear more desirable to the opposite sex when displaying costly donations to the homeless

Iredale, W., Jenner, K., Van Vugt, M. and Dempster, T. 2020. Giving guys get the guys: Men appear more desirable to the opposite sex when displaying costly donations to the homeless . Social Sciences. 9 (8), p. 141. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci9080141

Giving guys get the girls �- a study showing that displays of altruism predict reproductive success in males regardless of resources �

Iredale, W. and Keli Jenner 2018. Giving guys get the girls �- a study showing that displays of altruism predict reproductive success in males regardless of resources �.

The emotion of eyes presented on charitable websites impact on giving behaviour - angry eyes decrease charitable giving

Iredale, W. 2016. The emotion of eyes presented on charitable websites impact on giving behaviour - angry eyes decrease charitable giving.

Resources

Iredale, W. 2017. Resources. in: Shackleford, T. and Weekes-Shackleford, V. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Evolutionary Psychology Science Springer.

Report on the implementation and results of an outcomes focused evaluation of child sexual abuse interventions in the UK

Coren, E., Thomae, M., Hutchfield, J. and Iredale, W. 2013. Report on the implementation and results of an outcomes focused evaluation of child sexual abuse interventions in the UK. Child Abuse Review. 22, pp. 44-59.

The contribution of social work and social interventions across the life course to the reduction of health inequalities: a new agenda for social work education?

Coren, E., Iredale, W., Rutter, D. and Bywaters, P. 2011. The contribution of social work and social interventions across the life course to the reduction of health inequalities: a new agenda for social work education? Social Work Education. 30 (6), pp. 594-609. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2011.586556

Men behaving nicely: Public goods as peacock tail

Van Vugt, M. and Iredale, W. 2013. Men behaving nicely: Public goods as peacock tail. British Journal of Psychology. 104 (1), pp. 3-13. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2044-8295.2011.02093.x

Altruism as show off: a signalling perspective on helping, charity giving, environmental sustainability and other acts of kindness

Iredale, W. and Vanvugt, M. 2012. Altruism as show off: a signalling perspective on helping, charity giving, environmental sustainability and other acts of kindness. in: Robert, C. (ed.) Applied Evolutionary Psychology Oxford University Press.

The contribution of social work and social care to the reduction of health inequalities: four case studies

Coren, E., Iredale, W., Bywaters, P., Rutter, D. and Robinson, J. 2010. The contribution of social work and social care to the reduction of health inequalities: four case studies. London, UK Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Action for children: child outcomes-focused evaluation - final data collection report

Coren, E., Hutchfield, J., Iredale, W. and Thomae, M. 2010. Action for children: child outcomes-focused evaluation - final data collection report. Canterbury, UK Canterbury Christ Church University.

The peacock's tail of altruism

Iredale, W. and Van Vugt, M. 2009. The peacock's tail of altruism. The Psychologist. 22 (11), pp. 938-941.

Showing off in humans: male generosity as a mating signal

Iredale, W., Van Vugt, M. and Dunbar, R. 2008. Showing off in humans: male generosity as a mating signal. Evolutionary Psychology. 6 (3), p. 386.
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