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Cultural differences in preferences for facial coloration (2017)
Journal Article
Han, C., Wang, H., Hahn, A. C., Fisher, C. I., Kandrik, M., Fasolt, V., …Jones, B. C. (2018). Cultural differences in preferences for facial coloration. Evolution and Human Behavior, 39(2), 154-159. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2017.11.005

Effects of facial coloration on facial attractiveness judgments are hypothesized to be “universal” (i.e., similar across cultures). Cross-cultural similarity in facial color preferences is a critical piece of evidence for this hypothesis. However, on... Read More about Cultural differences in preferences for facial coloration.

Women’s preferences for men’s facial masculinity: Trade-off accounts revisited (2017)
Journal Article
Holzleitner, I. J., & Perrett, D. I. (2017). Women’s preferences for men’s facial masculinity: Trade-off accounts revisited. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 3(4), 304-320. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40750-017-0070-3

Studies on mate preferences have demonstrated that women’s perception of male attractiveness is sensitive to men’s facial masculinity, and that women’s preferences for facial masculinity are subject to individual differences, such as own condition. T... Read More about Women’s preferences for men’s facial masculinity: Trade-off accounts revisited.

Interrelationships among men’s threat potential, facial dominance, and vocal dominance (2017)
Journal Article
Han, C., Kandrik, M., Hahn, A. C., Fisher, C. I., Feinberg, D. R., Holzleitner, I. J., …Jones, B. C. (2017). Interrelationships among men’s threat potential, facial dominance, and vocal dominance. Evolutionary Psychology, 15(1), https://doi.org/10.1177/1474704917697332

The benefits of minimizing the costs of engaging in violent conflict are thought to have shaped adaptations for the rapid assessment of others’ capacity to inflict physical harm. Although studies have suggested that men’s faces and voices both contai... Read More about Interrelationships among men’s threat potential, facial dominance, and vocal dominance.