My publications

Frost, P. (2022). Humans and the olfactory environment: a case of gene-culture coevolution? Psych 4(2): 301-317. https://doi.org/10.3390/psych4020027  

 

Frost, P. (2021a). Damunwha in South Korea: A case study of divergences in cognition and behavior. Advances in Anthropology 11(2): 153-162. https://doi.org/10.4236/aa.2021.112010  

 

Frost, P. (2021b). Commentary on Fuerst et al: Do Human Populations Differ in Their Mental Characteristics? Mankind Quarterly 62(2). http://doi.org/10.46469/mq.2021.62.2.9  

 

Frost, P. (2021c). The National Question (A Response to Frank Salter). Sydney Trads, January 19. https://sydneytrads.com/2021/01/19/peter-frost/

 

Frost, P. (2020a). Does a commensal relationship exist between coronaviruses and some human populations? Journal of Molecular Genetics 3(2): 1-2. https://researchopenworld.com/does-a-commensal-relationship-exist-between-coronaviruses-and-some-human-populations/  

 

Frost, P. (2020b). The large society problem in Northwest Europe and East Asia. Advances in Anthropology 10(3): 214-134. https://doi.org/10.4236/aa.2020.103012   

 

Frost, P. (2020c). Ethnic differences in vitamin-D metabolism. E Scholarly Community Encyclopedia. https://encyclopedia.pub/3033  

 

Frost, P. (2020d). An Accelerant of Social Change? The Spanish Flu of 1918-19. International Political Anthropology Journal 13(2): 123-133. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4295574  

 

Frost, P. (2020e). Are Fungal Pathogens Manipulating Human Behavior? Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 63(4): 591-601. https://doi.org/10.1353/pbm.2020.0059   

 

Frost, P. (2020f). White Skin Privilege: Modern Myth, Forgotten Past. Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture 4(2): 63-82. https://doi.org/10.26613/esic/4.2.190  

 

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://doi.org/10.7202/1055442ar  

 

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

 

Frost, P. (2017). The Hajnal line and gene-culture coevolution in northwest Europe. Advances in Anthropology 7: 154-174. https://doi.org/10.4236/aa.2017.73011  

 

Frost, P., K. Kleisner, and J. Flegr. (2017). Health status by gender, hair color, and eye color: Red-haired women are the most divergent. PLoS One 12(12): e0190238. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0190238  

 

Frost, P. (2015a). Evolution of long head hair in humans. Advances in Anthropology 5(4): 78-88. https://doi.org/10.4236/aa.2015.54021  

 

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

 

Frost, P. and H. Harpending. (2015). Western Europe, state formation, and genetic pacification. Evolutionary Psychology 13(1): 230-243. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F147470491501300114  

 

Frost, P. (2014a). The puzzle of European hair, eye, and skin color. Advances in Anthropology 4(2): 78-88. https://doi.org/10.4236/aa.2014.42011  

 

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/    

 

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/   

 

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.editionsladecouverte.fr/de_quelle_couleur_sont_les_blancs_-9782707175588  

 

Frost, P. (2013b). 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.

 

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

 

Kleisner, K., L. Priplatova, P. Frost, and J. Flegr. (2013). Trustworthy-looking face meets brown eyes. PLoS One 8(1): e53285. https://doi.org/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://dx.doi.org/10.4236/aa.2012.23016  

 

Frost, P. (2012b). Vitamin D deficiency among northern Native Peoples: a real or apparent problem? International Journal of Circumpolar Health 71(S2): 18001. https://doi.org/10.3402/IJCH.v71i0.18001  

 

Frost, P. (2012c). Reply to W.B. Grant 'Re: Vitamin D deficiency among northern Native Peoples'. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 71(1): 18435. https://doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v71i0.18435  

 

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(8): 740-748. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2011.05.017  

 

Frost, P. (2010a). Femmes claires, hommes foncés. Les racines oubliées du colorisme. Quebec City: 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. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F147470491000800306  

 

Frost, P. (2009). Black-White differences in cancer risk and the vitamin-D hypothesis. Journal of the National Medical Association 101: 1310-1313. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0027-9684(15)31151-2  

 

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://doi.apa.org/fulltext/2010-01935-003.htm l

 

Frost, P. (2008b). The spread of alphabetical writing may have favored the latest variant of the ASPM gene. Medical Hypotheses 70(1): 17-20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2007.04.039    

 

Frost, P. (2007). Comment on Human skin-color sexual dimorphism: A test of the sexual selection hypothesis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 133(1): 779-781. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.20555  

 

Frost, P. (2006). European hair and eye color - A case of frequency-dependent sexual selection? Evolution and Human Behavior 27(2): 85-103. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2005.07.002  

 

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

 

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

 

Frost, P. (2001b). Polygyny and sex ratios. In: V.L. Bullough (ed.), Encyclopedia of Birth Control. 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). https://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(3): 443-448. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X98211241  

 

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. https://www.aspects-sociologiques.soc.ulaval.ca/sites/aspects-sociologiques.soc.ulaval.ca/files/uploads/pdf/Volume_6_no_1/frost1997.pdf  

 

Frost, P. (1996). L'écart pigmentaire hommes-femmes: perspectives biosociales. Altérités. Revue québécoise des étudiants en anthropologie 1: 1-18.

 

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 color: A selective compromise between natural selection and sexual selection? Human Evolution 9(2): 141-153. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02437260  

 

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): 507-14. https://doi.org/10.2466/pms.1994.79.1.507  

 

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). "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): 669-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/0191-6599(90)90178-H   

 

Frost, P. (1989). Human skin color: the sexual differentiation of its social perception. Mankind Quarterly 30(1): 3-16. https://doi.org/10.46469/mq.1989.30.1.1  

 

Frost, P. (1988). Human skin color: A possible relationship between its sexual dimorphism and its social perception. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 32(1): 38-58. https://doi.org/10.1353/pbm.1988.0010

 

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. https://doi.org/10.7202/006424ar  

 

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.

 

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.1986.9993516


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.