Published: Lyndsey Craig and Peter Gray

Lyndsey Craig and Peter Gray (both Anthropology) published a paper in PLoS ONE based on Craig's master's research. The study, "Women's Use of Intimate Apparel as Subtle Sexual Signals in Committed, Heterosexual Relationships," takes an evolutionary-oriented approach to women's sexuality within relationships. The research is relevant to understanding the large market for women's intimate apparel, and extends work that focuses on women's appearance enhancements during the initiation of relationships. Craig now is a doctoral student. Gray serves as her primary advisor.

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