Farrelly. D., & King, L. (in press). Mutual mate choice drives the desirability of altruism in relationships. Current Psychology.
Bhogal, M. S., Bartlett, J. E., & Farrelly, D. (2018). The influence of mate choice motivation on non-financial altruism. Current Psychology, 1-6.
Margana, L., Bhogal, M.S., Bartlett, J.E., & Farrelly, D. (2019). The roles of altruism, heroism, and physical attractiveness in female mate choice. Personality and Individual Differences, 137, 126-130.
Ehlebracht, D., Stavrova, O., Fetchenhauer, D., & Farrelly, D. (2018). The synergistic effect of prosociality and physical attractiveness on mate desirability. British Journal of Psychology, 109, 517-537.
Farrelly, D., & Bennett, M. (2018). Empathy leads to increased online charitable behaviour when time is the currency. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28, 42-46.
Farrelly, D. (2017). The type of behavior and the role of relationship length in mate choice for prosociality among physically attractive individuals. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40. doi:10.1017/S0140525X16000480.
Farrelly, D., & Snelling, P. (2017). Psychological Concepts for Nursing. In D. Sellman & P. Snelling (Eds.), Becoming a Nurse: Fundamentals of Professional Practice for Nursing (2nd ed., pp. 276–300). London: Routledge.
Walklet, E., Davis, S., Farrelly, D., & Muse, K. (2016). The impact of Student Response Systems on the learning experience of undergraduate psychology students. Psychology Teaching Review, 22, 35-48.
Felisberti, F.M., & Farrelly, D. (2016). Investigating behaviour and face encoding in a hypothetical real-world social contract: Hand-washing in hazardous health settings. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 2, 207-213.
Farrelly, D., Clemson, P., & Guthrie, M. (2016). Are women’s mate preferences for altruism also influenced by physical attractiveness? Evolutionary Psychology, 14, 1-6.
Farrelly, D., Owens, B., Elliott, H.R., Walden, H.R., & Wetherell, M. (2015). The effects of being in a 'new relationship' on levels of testosterone in males. Evolutionary Psychology, 13, 250-261.
Farrelly, D., Moan, E., White, K., & Young, S. (2015). Evidence of an Alternative Currency for Altruism in Laboratory-Based Experiments. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 11, 100–111.
Farrelly, D., Slater, R., Elliott, H.R., Walden, H.R., and Wetherell, M.A. (2013). Competitors who choose to be red have higher testosterone levels. Psychological Science, 24, 2122-2124.
Farrelly, D. (2013). Altruism as an indicator of good parenting quality in long term relationships: Further investigations using the Mate Preferences towards Altruistic Traits scale. The Journal of Social Psychology, 153, 395-398.
Farrelly, D., and Driscoll, H. (2013). Genes, environment and evolution. In R. Comer, E. Gould, & A. Furnham (Eds.), Psychology. Wiley.
Farrelly, D. (2011). Cooperation as a signal of genetic or phenotypic quality in female mate choice? Evidence from preferences across the menstrual cycle. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 406-430.
Farrelly, D., and Turnbull, N. (2008). The role of reasoning domain on face recognition: Detecting violations of social contract and hazard management rules. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 523-537.
Farrelly, D., and Nettle, D. (2007). Marriage affects competitive performance in male tennis players. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 5, 41-48.
Farrelly, D., and Austin, E.J. (2007). Ability EI as an intelligence? Associations of the MSCEIT with performance on emotion-processing and social tasks and with cognitive ability. Cognition and Emotion, 21, 1043-1063.
Farrelly, D., Lazarus, J., and Roberts, G. (2007). Altruists attract. Evolutionary Psychology, 5, 313-329.
Austin, E.J., Farrelly, D., Black, C., and Moore, H. (2007). Emotional intelligence, Machiavellianism and emotional manipulation: does EI have a dark side? Personality and Individual Differences, 43, 179-189.
Newstead, S. E., Handley, S. J., Harley, C., Wright, H., and Farrelly, D. (2004). Individual differences in deductive reasoning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57A, 33-60.