William Tooke is a professor and former Chair of Psychology at The State University of New York at Plattsburgh. After receiving his Ph. D. in experimental psychology from The University of Texas at Arlington, William has taught courses in evolutionary psychology, statistics, the history of psychology, and several other areas. His research has focused on the evolutionary psychology of mating deception as well as cross-cultural analyses of human mating behavior. Currently, William is initiating a project on film interpretation from an evolutionary psychological perspective. In Darwin Goes to the Movies, films are discussed in terms of how their major themes reflect specific aspects of human nature that are now being understood through an evolutionary lens.