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James Martin Daly
November 15, 1944
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Alma mater||McGill University, University of Toronto|
|Spouse(s)||Margo Wilson (deceased)|
|Awards||Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, lifetime achievement award from the Human Behavior and Evolution Society|
|Thesis||Behavioural development, early experiences, and maternal behaviour in golden hamsters (mesocricetus auratus) (1971)|
|Doctoral advisor||Jerry A. Hogan|
Martin Daly is a Professor of Psychology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and author of many influential papers on evolutionary psychology. His current research topics include an evolutionary perspective on risk-taking and interpersonal violence, especially male-male conflict and family violence. He and his wife, the late Margo Wilson, were the former editors-in-chief of the journal Evolution and Human Behavior and former presidents of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society.
(All books except Killing the Competition co-authored with Margo Wilson)
- Sex, Evolution, and Behaviour (1978)
- Homicide (1988)
- The truth about Cinderella: A Darwinian view of parental love. (1998)
- Killing the Competition: Economic Inequality and Homicide (2016)
- Martin Daly Archived 2014-11-03 at the Wayback Machine.
- Mindelle Jacobs (July 4, 2010) The Cinderella effect is not just a fairy tale, Edmonton Sun
- Belluz, Julia (16 October 2009). "Researcher shed light on evolutionary roots of homicide, jealousy and domestic violence". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2 November 2014.
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