My publications


Canlorbe, G., and P. Frost (2020a). How did Whites get their appearance? American Renaissance, March 13
https://www.amren.com/features/2020/03/how-did-whites-get-their-appearance/

Canlorbe, G., and P. Frost (2020b). Why are human groups so different? American Renaissance, March 20
https://www.amren.com/features/2020/03/why-are-human-groups-so-different/

Frost, P. (2019a). The Original Industrial Revolution. Did Cold Winters Select for Cognitive Ability? Psych 1(1): 166-181
https://doi.org/10.3390/psych1010012

Frost, P. (2019b). Was Western Christianity a cause or an effect? Comment on: J.F. Schulz, D. Bahrami-Rad, J.P. Beauchamp, and J. Henrich. The Church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation. Science 366 (6466)
https://science.sciencemag.org/content/366/6466/eaau5141/tab-e-letters 

Frost, P. (2018a). To supplement or not to supplement: are Inuit getting enough vitamin D? Études Inuit Studies 40(2): 271-291.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329450593_To_Supplement_or_Not_to_Supplement_Are_Inuit_Getting_Enough_Vitamin_D 

Frost, P. (2018b). Pыжая женщина – уникальна, Cultura VRN, January 15
http://culturavrn.ru/world/23304  

Frost, P., K. Kleisner, and J. Flegr. (2017a). Health status by gender, hair color, and eye color: Red-haired women are the most divergent. PLoS ONE 12(12)
http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0190238  

Frost, P. (2017b). The Hajnal line and gene-culture coevolution in northwest Europe. Advances in Anthropology 7: 154-174.
http://file.scirp.org/pdf/AA_2017082915090955.pdf

Frost, P. (2015a). ¿Un pacto fáustico? La Tercera Cultura. February 5. http://www.terceracultura.net/tc/?p=7417

Frost, P. and H. Harpending. (2015b). Western Europe, state formation, and genetic pacification. Evolutionary Psychology 13: 230-243.
http://evp.sagepub.com/content/13/1/147470491501300114.abstract

Frost, P. (2015c). Evolution of long head hair in humans. Advances in Anthropology 5(4): 274-281.
http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=60916 

Frost, P. (2014a). The puzzle of European hair, eye, and skin color. Advances in Anthropology 4(2): 78-88.
http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=46104

Frost, P. (2014b). L.L. Cavalli-Sforza. A bird in a gilded cage. Open Behavioral Genetics, March 28,
http://openpsych.net/OBG/2014/03/l-l-cavalli-sforza-a-bird-in-a-gilded-cage/   
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ryrtizfdqo9vc0o/A%20bird%20in%20a%20gilded%20cage%20-%20Peter%20Frost.epub

Frost, P. (2014c). Negotiating the gap. Four academics and the dilemma of human biodiversity. Open Behavioral Genetics, June 20
http://openpsych.net/OBG/2014/06/negotiating-the-gap/  
https://www.dropbox.com/s/uvtmnssmg5rbwpm/Negotiating%20the%20gap%20-%20Peter%20Fro%20-%20Peter.epub 

Frost, P. (2013a). De la pâleur au bronzage. Les idéaux de la beauté féminine en France. In: S. Laurent and T. Leclère (eds.) De quelle couleur sont les Blancs ? Des "petits Blancs" des colonies au "racisme anti-Blancs" (pp. 170-177), Paris: La Découverte, 298 p.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/258265959_De_la_pleur_au_bronzage._Les_idaux_de_la_beaut_fminine_en_France

Frost, P. (2013b). Como se llego a pacificar Europa. La Tercera Cultura, July 16
http://www.terceracultura.net/tc/?p=6443  

Frost, P. (2013c). Peau. Couleur, Sexe et Race, in P.-A Taguieff (ed.) Dictionnaire historique et critique du racisme, (pp. 1322-1328), Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2016 p.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257335742_Peau._Couleur_Sexe_et_Race

Kleisner, K., L. Priplatova, P. Frost, and J. Flegr. (2013). Trustworthy-looking face meets brown eyes. PLoS One 8(1): e53285
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0053285  

Frost, P. (2012a). Tay-Sachs and French Canadians: A case of gene-culture co-evolution? Advances in Anthropology 2(3): 132-138. 
http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?paperID=21701

Frost, P. (2012b). Vitamin D deficiency among northern Native Peoples: a real or apparent problem? International Journal of Circumpolar Health 71: 18001 - DOI: 10.3402/IJCH.v71i0. http://www.circumpolarhealthjournal.net/index.php/ijch/article/view/18001 

Frost, P. (2012c). Reply to W.B. Grant 'Re: Vitamin D deficiency among northern Native Peoples'. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 71: 18435 http://www.circumpolarhealthjournal.net/index.php/ijch/article/view/18435/pdf_1  

Frost, P. (2011a). Hue and luminosity of human skin: a visual cue for gender recognition and other mental tasks. Human Ethology Bulletin 26(2): 25-34.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256296588_Hue_and_luminosity_of_human_skin_a_visual_cue_for_gender_recognition_and_other_mental_tasks 

Frost, P. (2011b). Human nature or human natures? Futures 43: 740-748.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Frost2/publication/251725125_Human_nature_or_human_natures/links/004635223eaf8196f0000000.pdf

Frost, P. (2010a). Femmes claires, hommes foncés. Les racines oubliées du colorisme. Québec: Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 202 p.
https://www.pulaval.com/produit/femmes-claires-hommes-fonces-les-racines-oubliees-du-colorisme

Frost, P. (2010b). The Roman State and genetic pacification. Evolutionary Psychology 8(3): 376-389. http://www.epjournal.net/filestore/EP08376389.pdf

Frost, P. (2009). Black-White differences in cancer risk and the vitamin-D hypothesis. Journal of the National Medical Association 101: 1310-1313.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41011454_Black-white_differences_in_cancer_risk_and_the_vitamin_D_hypothesis  

Frost, P. (2008a). Sexual selection and human geographic variation, Special Issue: Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology 2(4): 169-191.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Frost2/publication/228353785_Sexual_selection_and_human_geographic_variation/links/00b495220b0b07c9f7000000.pdf

Frost, P. (2008b). The spread of alphabetical writing may have favored the latest variant of the ASPM gene. Medical Hypotheses 70: 17-20. 
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987707003234  

Frost, P. (2007). Comment on Human skin-color sexual dimorphism: A test of the sexual selection hypothesis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 133(1): 779-780.
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/6480611_Human_skin-color_sexual_dimorphism_A_test_of_the_sexual_selection_hypothesis

Frost, P. (2006). European hair and eye color - A case of frequency-dependent sexual selection? Evolution and Human Behavior 27(2): 85-103 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10905138  
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228627175_European_hair_and_eye_color_A_case_of_frequency-dependent_sexual_selection 

Frost, P. (2005). Fair Women, Dark Men. The Forgotten Roots of Color Prejudice. Christchurch (New Zealand): Cybereditions.

Frost, P. (2003). Review of Human Natures. Genes, Cultures, and the Human Prospect by P.R. Ehrlich. Reports of the National Center for Science Education 23(2): 33-34. 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319184473_Review_of_Human_Natures_Genes_Cultures_and_the_Human_Prospect_by_PR_Ehrlich

Frost, P. (2002). Review of Desolate Landscapes: Ice-Age Settlement in Eastern Europe by John F. Hoffecker. Human Nature Review 2: 156-163. 
http://human-nature.com/nibbs/02/frost.html 

Frost, P. (2001a). Modernity and falling birthrates, Encyclopedia of Birth Control, V.L. Bullough (ed.), Santa Barbara (Cal.): ABC-CLIO, pp. 176-180.

Frost, P. (2001b). Polygyny and sex ratios. Encyclopedia of Birth Control, V.L. Bullough (ed.), Santa Barbara (Cal.): ABC-CLIO, pp. 218-223.

Frost, P. (2001c). Exogenous estrogen and possible psychosexual effects. The Human Behavior and Evolution Society - 13th Annual Conference, p. 73, London (United Kingdom). http://www.hbes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/conference_13.pdf  

Frost, P. (2000). La Disparition des Dorsétiens : assimilation ou extinction ? Colloque Nord-Laval en Sciences Humaines 2000, p. 19. 

Frost, P. (1998a). Sex differences may indeed exist for 3-D navigational abilities: But was sexual selection responsible? Commentary on "Sexual selection and sex differences in mathematical abilities" by D.C. Geary. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21: 443-448. 
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=30031  
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/231887529_Sex_differences_may_indeed_exist_for_3-D_navigational_abilities_But_was_sexual_selection_responsible

Frost, P. (1998b). Le corridor côtier et le peuplement des Amériques : le cas des proto-Algonquiens. Colloque Nord-Laval en Sciences Humaines 1998, p. 35.

Frost, P. (1997). La couleur de la peau aux premiers regards. Aspects sociologiques 6(1): 12-19. http://www.fss.ulaval.ca/cms_recherche/upload/aspectssociologiques/fichiers/frost1997.pdf  

Frost, P. (1996a). L'écart pigmentaire hommes-femmes: perspectives biosociales. Altérités. Revue québécoise des étudiants en anthropologie 1: 1-18. 
http://tv.isg.si/site/ftpaccess/elogedusavoir/L'ecart%20pigmentaire%20hommes-femmes%20-%20perspectives%20biosociales.pdf

Frost, P. (1996b). Towards an understanding of human skin color in the EEA: Age-related and sex-related meanings. The Human Behavior and Evolution Society - 8th Annual Conference, Northwestern University, Chicago.

Frost, P. (1995). Un regard néodarwinien sur l'écart pigmentaire hommes-femmes. PhD dissertation Université Laval, Department of Anthropology, 265 pp.

Frost, P. (1994a). Geographic distribution of human skin colour: A selective compromise between natural selection and sexual selection? Human Evolution 9(2): 141-153.
http://www.springerlink.com/content/l313r30682412712/  

Frost, P. (1994b). Preference for darker faces in photographs at different phases of the menstrual cycle: Preliminary assessment of evidence for a hormonal relationship. Perceptual and Motor Skills 79(1): 507-514. 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/15390096_Preference_for_darker_faces_in_photographs_at_different_phases_of_the_menstrual_cycle_preliminary_assessment_of_evidence_for_a_hormonal_relationship

Frost, P. (1992a). À fleur de peau: Gender and complexion on Ile-aux-coudres. Canadian Psychology 33(2a): 363. 

Frost, P. (1992b). À fleur de peau : le teint et son évaluation dans la psyché humaine. Écologie, éthologie humaines 1: 7-17 (new series). 
https://scholar.google.ca/scholar?cluster=16184636995350034034&hl=fr&as_sdt=0,5

Frost, P. (1991a). Attitudes towards Blacks in the early Christian era. The Second Century 8(1): 1-11.

Frost, P. (1991b). Changes in skin color preference during the menstrual cycle. The Human Behavior and Evolution Society - 3rd Annual Meeting, p. 57, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.

Frost, P. (1991c). Review of Romantic Motives - Essays on Anthropological Sensibility G.W. Stocking Jr.(ed.). History of European Ideas 13: 453-454.

Frost, P. (1991d). Review of Society Against the State by Pierre Clastres. History of European Ideas 13: 857-858.

Frost, P. (1991e). "Mechanisms of sexual egalitarianism in Western Europe": Comment. Ethology & Sociobiology 12(5): 335-336.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0162-3095(91)90028-O 

Frost, P. (1990). Fair women, dark men: the forgotten roots of colour prejudice. History of European Ideas 12(5): 669-679. 
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1016/0191-6599(90)90178-H 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/248537796_Fair_women_dark_men_The_forgotten_roots_of_colour_prejudice 

Frost, P. (1989). Human skin color: the sexual differentiation of its social perception. Mankind Quarterly 30: 3-16. 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256306184_Human_skin_color_the_sexual_differentiation_of_its_social_perception 

Frost, P. (1988a). Human skin color: a possible relationship between its sexual dimorphism and its social perception. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 32(1): 38-58. 
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/20097601_Human_skin_color_a_possible_relationship_between_its_sexual_dimorphism_and_its_social_perception

Frost, P. (1988b). Correlation between adiposity and preference for different colors in dolls. Evolutionary Psychology and Psychiatry Conference - First Annual Conference, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Frost, P. and J. Lamontagne. (1988). Une relation entre l'adiposité et les attitudes envers la couleur de la peau: témoin des influences hormonales ? Annales de l'Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement des sciences, Université de Moncton, New Brunswick.

Frost, P. (1987a). Femmes claires, hommes foncés : les racines oubliées du préjugé de couleur. Anthropologie et sociétés 11: 135-149.
http://nelson.cen.umontreal.ca/revue/as/1987/v11/n2/006424ar.pdf  

Frost, P. (1987b). La couleur de la peau humaine: Les rapports entre son dimorphisme sexuel et sa perception sociale. Master's thesis, Université Laval, Department of Anthropology, 116 pp.

Frost, P. (1986). Éditorial. Épidiascope 1(1): 1-3. 

van den Berghe, P. L. and P. Frost. (1986). Skin color preference, sexual dimorphism, and sexual selection: A case of gene-culture co-evolution? Ethnic and Racial Studies 9(1): 87-113.
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01419870.1986.9993516  
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/233279629_Skin_color_preference_sexual_dimorphism_and_sexual_selection_A_case_of_gene_culture_coevolution%2A 

Frost, P. (1985a). Human sexuality and the origins of colour prejudice. Canadian Ethnology Society - 12th Annual Congress, pp. 50-51, University of Toronto, Ontario.

Frost, P. (1985b). Sexual dimorphism in human skin colour. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology - 13th Annual Meeting, p. 12, Thunder Bay, Ontario.


2 comments:

Staffan said...

How about writing a book on pigmentation? I'm not just saying that because I'm too lazy to read a hundred articles. If you kept it moderately accessible it might just attract a lot of readers given the topic.

Peter Fros_ said...

Staffan,

I have published a book in French: Femmes claires, hommes foncés (2010). An earlier version used to be available in English, but I had to withdraw it because my new publisher wanted full copyright.

Publishing is very difficult in the English-language market. Most major publishers will insist that you submit your manuscript through a literary agent, and your agent's success will depend on factors that have little to do with the book's actual worth.