Short Articles, Magazines Pieces, Online Essays, and Short Book Chapters

  • Miller, G. F. (2017). The neurodiversity case for free speech. Quillette online magazine, July 18.  link  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2016). Sexual fitness. Paleo Fitness online magazine. pdf  
  • Max, T., & Miller, G. (2015). Seven pieces of shoe advice for men from 434 single women. Blog at observer.com. link  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2014). Stuff: The bare necessities, then and now. New Scientist, March 29 (issue 2962), pp. 41-42. pdf  
  • Yeater, E. A., & Miller, G. F. (2014). ‘Sensitive’-topics research: Is it really harmful to participants? APS Observer, 27(5). Journal link    pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2013). Can Darwin really improve your sex life? Wired UK, May, pp. 64-65. pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2013). Chinese eugenics. EDGE.org [Answer to Annual Question: What should we be worried about?]. link  pdf
  • Miller, G. F., & Marcus, G. (2012). Did humans invent music? A dialogue. The Atlantic online, magazine link  pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2011). Genes fit for a queen: How Kate won her mate. New Scientist, April 27. pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2011).  Foreword.  In A. De Block & P. R. Adriaens (Eds.), Maladapting Minds: Philosophy, psychiatry, and evolutionary theory.  Oxford U. Press, pp. v-ix. link to book   pdf
  • Miller, G. F. (2011).  The personality/insanity continuum. In J. Brockman (Ed.), This will make you smarter: New scientific concepts to improve your thinking, pp. 232-234.  NY: Harper Perennial.  pdf   link to book 
  • Miller, G. F. (2009). The looming crisis in human genetics. The Economist, The World in 2010, Nov. 19, 4-5.  link   pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2008). Why kids should be allowed to vote. Unpublished essay for Spent book.  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2007). Products with personalities. Icon magazine, October. magazine site pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2007).  Sexual selection.  In R. Baumeister & K. Vohs (Eds.), Encyclopedia of social psychology.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. pdf   link to book 
  • Miller, G. F. (2007).  A secular humanist death.  In J. Brockman (Ed.), What are you optimistic about? (pp. 39-42).  NY: Harper Perennial. pdf  link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2007).  Runaway consumerism explains the Fermi paradox.  In J. Brockman (Ed.), What is your dangerous idea? (pp. 240-243).  New York: Harper Perennial. pdf  link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2007).  Brain evolution. In S. W. Gangestad & J. A. Simpson (Eds.), The evolution of human mind: Fundamental questions and controversies (pp. 287-293).  New York: Guilford Press.  pdf  link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2004). Back to basics. [Letter about Bob Levenson article]. APS Observer   link  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2004). Miller’s laws. EDGE:  link  pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2004). Don't overlook clinical issues. APS Observer, Dec.  link  pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2003). Consciousness as a corporate pep rally. EDGE,  link  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2002).  The science of subtlety.  In J. Brockman (Ed.), The next fifty years (pp. 85-92).  New York: Vintage.   pdf  link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2002).  How did language evolve?  In H. Swain (Ed.), Big questions in science (pp. 79-90).  London: Jonathan Cape.  pdf  link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2001). Three Victorian questions about potential sexual partners. EDGE:  link  pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (2001). Why the world hates Americans. EDGE:  link  pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2000). Moral vision: Effective altruism and ethical investment through augmented reality. Unpublished essay written for 'The World in 2050' Essay Competition for The Economist magazine. pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (2000).  Marketing.  In J. Brockman (Ed.), The greatest inventions of the last 2,000 years, pp. 121-126.  New York: Simon & Schuster. pdf   link to book  
  • Miller, G. F. (2000). Social policy implications of the new happiness research. EDGE: link   pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (1999). The evolution of consciousness. Unpublished manuscript, Sept. 21, 1999. pdf
  • Miller, G. F. (1999). Waste is good.  Prospect magazine, Feb. 20, 18-23. pdf 
  • Miller, G. F. (1999). Five years of Darwin Seminars: A paradigm shift? Times Higher Education Supplement. pdf
  • Miller, G. F. (1998).  Looking to be entertained: Three strange things that evolution did to our minds.  Commentary, Times Literary Supplement, October 16, pp. 14-15. pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (1998). Sexual selection and the mind (Interview with John Brockman). EDGE:  link  pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (1998). The future of science 2000-2050. Sunday Times (London). pdf  
  • Miller, G. F. (1996). Political peacocks. Demos Quarterly, 10, 21-29. pdf