- CD Lynn, A Sents. Is television addiction a byproduct of fireside fascination? Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. [Preprint]
- CD Lynn, ME Howells, C Ocobock. Measuring biological impacts of embodied experience, from speaking in tongues to tattooing and comedy improv. [Preprint]
- C Ocobock, CD Lynn, M Sarma, L Gettler. Organized adult play and stress reduction: Testing the absorption hypothesis among a comedy improv theater. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology. [Preprint]
- C Ocobock, CD Lynn. Human biology is a matter of life and death: Effective science communication for COVID-19 research. American Journal of Human Biology (Invited commentary), Online first e23472. [Free access], [Infographic]
- CD Lynn, A Guitar*, CMT Keck, AL Rector. Applied evolutionary education: The benefits and costs of hosting regional evolution conferences. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 13(7). [Open access]
- C Ocobock, C Lynn. How the Sausage of Science is made. Practicing Anthropology. (Invited essay) 42(2):55-60. [Preprint]
- CD Lynn, ME Howells, D Herdrich, J Ioane, D Hudson, TW Fitiao. The evolutionary adaptation of body art: Tattoo as an honest signal of enhanced immune response in American Samoa. American Journal of Human Biology, 32(4):151-165.Online version, e23347. [Free access]
- CD Lynn, T Puckett, A Guitar, ND Roy. Shirts or skins?: Tattoos as costly honest signals of fitness and affiliation among US intercollegiate athletes and other undergraduates. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 5:151-165. [PDF]
- CD Lynn, ME Howells, MJ Stein. Family and the field: Expectations of a field-based research career affect researcher family planning decisions. PLOS One 13(9): e0203500. [Open access]
- M Howells, CD Lynn, LJ Weaver, M Sesepesara, J Tufa. Zika Virus in American Samoa: Challenges to prevention in the context of health disparities and non-communicable disease. Annals of Human Biology 45(3):229-238. [PDF]
- ME Howells, C Ocobock, C Lynn, CA Jost Robinson, K Woolard. It’s a dead man’s party: Integrative evolutionary education through Darwin Day. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium 7(1):58-87. [Open access]
- MJ Stein, A Daugherty, I Rivera, J Muzzo, CD Lynn. Thinking outside anthropology’s box: Socializing undergraduates through collaborative research, teaching, and service. Annals of Anthropological Practice 40(2):164-177. [PDF]
- JL Funkhouser, J Friel, M Carr, K Likos, CD Lynn. Anthropology is elemental: Anthropological perspective through multilevel teaching. Annals of Anthropological Practice 40(2):246-257. [PDF]
- CD Lynn, JT Dominguez, JA DeCaro. Tattooing to “toughen” up: Tattoo experience and secretory immunoglobulin A. American Journal of Human Biology, 28:603-609. [PDF]
- H James, Y Manresa, R Metts, B Brinkman, CD Lynn. The effects of performance-based education on evolutionary attitudes and literacy. EvoS Journal 7(1):44-57. [Open access]
- CD Lynn, JJ Paris, CA Frye, LM Schell. Religious-commitment signaling and impression management amongst Pentecostals: Relationships to salivary cortisol and alpha-amylase. Journal of Cognition and Culture 15(3-4):299-319. [PDF]
- CD Lynn. Hearth and campfire influences on arterial blood pressure: Defraying the costs of the social brain through fireside relaxation. Evolutionary Psychology 12(5):983-1003. [Open access]
- CD Lynn, MJ Stein, APC Bishop. Engaging undergraduates through neuroanthropological research. Anthropology Now 6(1):92-103. [Proofs]
- CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. To thine own self be false: Self-deceptive enhancement and sexual awareness influences on mating success. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 8(2):109-122. [PDF]
- K Spaulding, R Burch, C Lynn. Evolutionary studies reproductive successes and failures: Knowing your institutional ecology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium 6(1):18-38. [Open access]
- CD Lynn. “The wrong Holy Ghost”: Discerning the Apostolic gift of discernment. Ethos 41(2):223-247. [PDF]
- CD Lynn, J Paris, C Frye, L Schell. Glossolalia is associated with differences in biomarkers of arousal and stress among Apostolic Pentecostals. Religion, Brain and Behavior 1(3):173-191. [PDF]
- CD Lynn, J Paris, CA Frye, LM Schell. Salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol among Pentecostals on a worship and nonworship day. American Journal of Human Biology 22(6):819-822. [PDF]
- CD Lynn. Adaptive and maladaptive dissociation: An epidemiological and anthropological comparison and proposition for an expanded dissociation model. Anthropology of Consciousness 16(2):16-50. [PDF]
- CD Lynn, CA Medeiros. Tattooing commitment, quality, and football in Southeastern North America. In Lynn, Glaze, Evans , Reed (eds) Evolution Education in the American South: Culture, Politics, and Resources in and around Alabama. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [PDF]
- CD Lynn. Transcendental Medication: The Evolution of Mind, Culture, and Healing. Routledge Press.
- CD Lynn, A Glaze, W Evans, L Reed (eds). Evolution Education in the American South: Culture, Politics, and Resources in and around Alabama. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Email for access]
- CD Lynn. Untangling tattoos’ influence on immune response. The Conversation, October 2, https://theconversation.com/untangling-tattoos-influence-on-immune-response-121852.
- CD Lynn. Would our early ancestors have watched the Super Bowl? Sapiens, January 31, https://www.sapiens.org/archaeology/history-of-fire-super-bowl/.
- CD Lynn. Fa’asamoa of tattooing and football: Conservatism and adaptation in Samoan cultural evolution. This View of Life, January 25, https://evolution-institute.org/faasamoa-of-tattooing-and-football-conservatism-and-adaptation-in-samoan-cultural-evolution/.
- CD Lynn. Replacing the lone stranger with evidence-based theory. Anthropology News Online, December 19 http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2016/12/19/replacing-the-lone-stranger-with-evidence-based-theory/.
- CD Lynn. Family diversity. Anthropology News Online, November http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1556-3502.2015.561002.x/epdf/.
- CD Lynn. Cheap thrills and elementary anthropology. Anthropology News 56(9-10, September/October):29, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1556-3502.2015.560905_s.x/epdf/.
- CD Lynn, VR Beasley, III, AS Cohen, HF Dengah, II, JL Funkhouser, K Herndon, and AB Persons. Anthropology is elementary and can be taught there: Teaching four-field anthropology to 3rd and 4th grade students. Anthropology News. June/July. http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2014/05/29/anthropology-is-elementary-and-can-be-taught-there/
- EE Cooper, CD Lynn, M Wolfgram. Teaching technologies for research, collaboration, and dissemination. Anthropology News 54(5). http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/02/06/teaching-technologies-for-research-collaboration-and-dissemination/
- CD Lynn. Parent seeking PhD: The practicality and pitfalls of staying local. Anthropology News 49(6):16. http://www.aaanet.org/pdf/upload/49-6-christopher_lynn_infocus.pdf
- CD Lynn. Review of Tatau: A History of Sāmoan Tattooing (2018). Journal of Anthropological Research 76:1.
- CD Lynn. Review of BS Low, Why Sex Matters: A Darwinian Look at Human Behavior (2015). American Journal of Human Biology, 28: 444–445. doi:10.1002/ajhb.22861.
- CD Lynn. Review of R Dudley, The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol (2014). Medical Anthropology Quarterly 29(2):b34-b36.
- JB Smith and CD Lynn. Why it’s interesting why women have sex. A review of CM Meston and DM Buss, Why Women Have Sex: The Psychology of Sex in Women’s Own Voices (2009). Evolutionary Psychology 8(2):275-283.
- CD Lynn and A Booher. First Tattoo Your Mouth: Samoan Tatau and Revitalization in the Pacific.
- CD Lynn. Glossolalia influences on stress response among Apostolic Pentecostals. Ph.D. Dissertation. University at Albany, Department of Anthropology.
- CD Lynn. Dissociation, stress, and well-being: A pilot study of psychological allostasis in a university student sample. Master’s Paper. University at Albany, Department of Anthropology.