Publications

(2020). Self-reported Health is Related to Body Height and Waist Circumference in Rural Indigenous and Urbanised Latin-American Populations. bioRxiv.

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(2019). To Which World Regions Does the Valence-Dominance Model of Social Perception Apply?. PsyArXiv.

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(2019). Visual Attention Patterns Differ in Gynephilic and Androphilic Men and Women Depending on Age and Gender of Targets. Journal of Sex Research, 26(1), 85-101.

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(2018). A cross-cultural study of sex-typicality and averageness: Correlation between frontal and lateral measures of human faces. American Journal of Human Biology, 30(5), e23147.

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(2018). Visually Activating Pathogen Disgust: A New Instrument for Studying the Behavioral Immune System. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 1397.

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(2018). Want to know if your partner’s cheating on you? Just listen to their voice. The Conversation.

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(2018). No relation between digit ratio (2D:4D) and visual attention patterns to sexually preferred and non-preferred stimuli. Personality and Individual Differences, 120(1), 151-158.

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(2017). We change our voice when we talk to high-status people, shows new study. The Conversation.

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(2017). Perceived differences in social status between speaker and listener affect the speaker's vocal characteristics. PLoS One, 12(6), e0179407.

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(2015). Self-reported Dominance in Women: Associations with Hormonal Contraceptive use, Relationship Status, and Testosterone. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1(4), 449-459.

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(2014). Vocal modulation during courtship increases proceptivity even in naive listeners. Evolution and Human Behavior, 35(6), 489–496.

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(2012). Sex differences in the incidence of sexual fantasies focused on evolutionary relevant objects. Anthropologie, 50(1), 83-93.

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(2011). Digit ratio (2D:4D) predicts facial, but not voice or body odour, attractiveness in men. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 278(1724), 3551-3557.

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