Prejudice towards sex workers depends on the sexual activity and autonomy of their work, hobbies and daily activities.
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. C. (2021). Collabra: Psychology, 7(1), 24386. This paper is open access!
Preprint on Psyarxiv

Behind the makeup: The effects of cosmetics on women’s self‐objectification, and their objectification by others
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. C. (2021). European Journal of Social Psychology.
Prepint on Psyarxiv


Papa don’t preach? Using lies to expose the truth about who suppresses female sexuality
Kellie, D. J., Dixson, B., & Brooks, R. (2020). Human Nature, 1-27.


What drives female objectification? An investigation of appearance-based interpersonal perceptions and the objectification of women
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. (2019). PLoS One, 14(8), e0221388.

3 Minute Thesis talk I did on this paper


To what extent do biological and methodological differences drive heterogeneity in results in ecology?
Kellie, D. J., Parker, T., & Nakagawa, S. (in prep).
Pre-registration available on the Open Science Framework